The team standing behind the ChevronWP7 jailbreak tool for WP7 announced that after a meeting with Microsoft they decided to discontinue the unlocking tool effective immediately.
In return Brandon Watson, the Windows Phone 7 Director of Developer Experience, agreed to "open the Windows Phone 7 platform for broader access to developers and users". In other words, it's only a matter of time for home made apps to come to the Windows Phone 7 (as opposed to apps delivered via the Marketplace).
That sure sounds exciting but we won't believe it until we see it. Until that happens we'll miss the ChevronWP7 jailbreak tool.
"Android is the best, a completely open OS" Only in your dreams.....
Android is the best, a completely open OS, and we don't have the software/hardware issues that linux on the PC has, lol I'm posting this from a Desire HD ROM on my HD2.
A more clever move by Microsoft should have been to buy this from Chevron or let them develop it further and put it on marketplace. This way development of Phone 7 will be much faster.