Smartphone site Pocketnow demos a side-by-side comparison of Microsoft's smartphone OS, Windows Phone 7, running its mobile version of Internet Explorer. One impressive feature includes background page loading (allowing you to load several pages at a time). Probably better news: The device they're testing Windows Phone 7 on isn't a final production unit, nor is it final software, but when running side-by-side with a Nexus One and an iPhone 4, it fares pretty well. [Pocketnow]
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