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Windows Phone 7 Launchers & Choosers: The absolute guide

, 13 Dec 2010
Many people ask me why Windows Phone 7 does not allow access to native functionality in order to accomplish common tasks, such as sending SMS and e-mails, via our own applications. Well, you may not have direct access, but the Windows Phone 7 API offers indirect access to almost every common phone f

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Vangos Pterneas
Product Manager LightBuzz
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I'm a Software Engineer and Entrepreneur, passionate about motion technology and the way it can affect people’s lives.
 
I have been a Kinect enthusiast since the release of the very first unofficial hacks and have already published some innovative commercial Kinect applications. These applications include complex home automation systems, 3D body scanning programs and motion-enabled product browsers for businesses.
 
I worked as a Windows developer and consultant for Microsoft Innovation Center and I'm now running my own company, LightBuzz Software. LightBuzz has been awarded the first place in Microsoft’s worldwide innovation competition, held in New York, for effectively combining Kinect and smartphone functionality.
 
When I am not coding, I love writing books, speaking and blogging about my favorite technological aspects.
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