While you may not have even received the first update for Windows Phone 7, which is suposed to prep your device for the copy/paste update (which in turn, many owners have not received yet, either), then you’ll be glad (or mad) to hear that Microsoft is preparing the next Windows Phone 7 update, dubbed Mango.
First and foremost is the addition of multitasking, push notifications from third-party apps, making the camera more accessible for developers, as well as the gyro sensor and compass. Audio and file transfers are also promised, fast app switching, background audio playback for HTML5 webpages, and a few more tweaks here and there. The new version of Windows Phone 7 will be available for developers to begin coding with in May. Skype, Amazon, Rovio Mobile’s Angry Birds, Skype, Spotify, Layar, Qantas and Kik messenger will also take advantage of the new version of Windows Phone 7 ‘Mango’ to debut their respective apps. PR after the cut.