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Video demo of Microsoft's Kin 'auto phone content-to-web' feature for the upload compulsive

Juicy taste for the upload generation

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Apr 13, 2010 10:16 am

Following the launch of Microsoft's new "Kin" phone entries running their latest Phone 7 OS, the folks at Engadget have published a video showing how the automatic content backup system works.

 

As is the case with SideKick, Microsoft's new Kin phones are designed to have all your txt messages, photos, videos, music and other content backed up to a Microsoft owned service they call Kin Studio on the fly as the phone is being used/updated. This means the phone content is always accessible through any browser on a PC.

 

Check it :-

 

 

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