Microsoft has updated its Silverlight platform to version 5.0 – although the Flash-killer's lack of impact means that rumours of its demise have not gone away.
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Symbian phones might be getting hammered in the press a little bit at the moment, but that hasn't stopped companies developing for it, with Microsoft's Silverlight the next in line.
In DepthWindows 7 Service Pack 1 didn't make much of an appearance in the opening keynote at this year's TechEd conference
In DepthThe version of Silverlight that will be on Windows Phone (that you can already try out with the emulator in the free Windows Phone Developer tools) is closer to the desktop version than you might expect.