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Today is the final live day for both the Zune Marketplace and the Games For Windows Live Marketplace as Microsoft is shutting both down as part of its transition from Microsoft Points to real money.
Microsoft is sending out emails to the remaining users of Zune and the Zune Marketplace, telling them that rentals and purchases of music and video will cease on the Zune Marketplace after August 22nd
Nokia has released an app for the Windows Phone operating system in the Zune Marketplace that gives users a way to quickly check out other applications for Windows Phone 7.
WMPoweruser has posted some more alleged screenshots of Windows Mobile 7. The screenshots Neowin sighted earlier showed the Today Screen and the Maps utility. The new screenshots shown below, give us a picture of Windows...