Recently, a spree on speculations taking place around about some upcoming updates for Windows Phone 7 and now one of the updates has got a codename – Mango. The rumors have highlighted that; Mango will add the Silverlight runtime and HTML5 support, not to cite the additional languages too. It’s also contemplated that Microsoft might increase the enterprise features with Mango, especially additional support for Exchange ActiveSync policies that enforce security requirements for mobile devices. Much of the guesses have hinted that Steve Ballmer will be giving the lowdown on the update at CES, so we’re looking forward to that. A great number of news is being spread recently about some forthcoming updates for Windows Phone 7 and now one of the updates has gotten a codename – Mango.

It seems like Microsoft’s Windows Mobile division isn’t wasting any time on improving their latest Windows Phone 7 operating system. The Sources have also revealed that Microsoft say that the Redmond based company is churning out a major update that could be ready for a late summer or early fall 2011 release.

The WP7 update is purportedly being codenamed “Mango.”   There is nothing fruity about the actual update. There is also fair chance that Microsoft might add on some more enterprise features with Mango.  Sources are pointing to additional support for Exchange ActiveSync policies that enforce security requirements for mobile devices.

All of those features may sound intriguing, but the update is still a long time away. Microsoft could put in use the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to possibly unveil or at the least announce the update, along with a possible Windows tablet or slate.  In the meanwhile Microsoft could be releasing some minor updates as soon January or February.

The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a major technology-related trade show which is held each January in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada. It is not basically opened to the public; the Consumer Electronics Association-sponsored show typically hosts previews of products and new product announcements. CES rose to prominence after COMDEX was canceled in the technology related trade show.

The first ever CES was held in June 1967 in New York, New York. It was a follow up from the Chicago Music Show, which until then had served as the main event for exhibiting consumer electronics. The event had 17,500 attendees and over 100 exhibitors; the commencement speaker was Motorola chairman Bob Galvin. From the year 1978 to 1994, CES was held twice each year: once in January in Las Vegas known as Winter Consumer Electronics Show (WCES) and once in June in Chicago, Illinois, known as Summer Consumer Electronics Show (SCES).

The 2011 CES exhibition is currently scheduled for Thursday, January 6 to Sunday, January 9 2011

There won’t be any groundbreaking updates, but Microsoft could introduce the copy and paste feature, along with some of the minor bugs users are experiencing.