Carnival of the Mobilists #231 Comes To WIP

It's time for another installment of the Carnival of the Mobilists, this time hosted right here on the WIP blog. A big thanks to all the mobilists who sent in their posts this week, and a big welcome to everybody visiting our site for the first time. After you're done checking out the week's best blogging about mobile, be sure to take a look at our Events Wiki, a comprehensive listing of mobile events and conferences, as well as our App Store Wiki, the most complete listing of mobile app stores — currently tracking 84 — on the web.

But let's get on with the Carnival!

Windows Phone 7, the latest work from Microsoft, was a popular topic this week, with both Terence Eden and Tam Hanna taking it on. Terence has a solid list of pros and cons about the new OS, with quite a few problems but a lot he likes about it as well, while Tam features an interview with a Microsoft evangelist for the corporate line on what to expect from WP7. Another emerging technology that's been getting a lot of hype lately is HTML5, but Carl Martin at Mobsessed says it will be a while before it's ready for prime time (or the mass market) on mobile.

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Once again, thanks to all the contributors and visitors! Next week, the Carnival visits Little Springs Design's blog, so keep an eye out for it.

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