I understand that, and it is good for home use since you can control that, some people have strict IT policies at work and have hidden SSID's (oops did I just hit another WP7 obstacle, sorry) and statically assigned IP's (weird, but true) for their wireless clients, and when you bring your phone with you to work and try connecting to such networks you will be hard pressed with WP7.
I am not saying Android is without issues in the Wi-Fi front - the one and only Wi-Fi proxy support (even though Samsung kinda lift it in their Galaxy S series, but it is so damn awkward); but come on MS, at least implement connectivity to hidden SSID's.
I agree that not being able to connect to hidden SSID's is problematic. But it was stated that in the initial release of WP7 they were concentrating on the consumer market before the enterprise/work market. I am sure that things like this will be remedied in future updates, but right now they are trying to get something that appeals more to the masses before bringing in features like that.
Umm.... 2010? The problem's not exactly unique to WP7:
Unless you were joking, and I missed it?
Where are they?
Now, I know that Microsoft never really did a good job of Tasks in WM6.5, but they're not there at all in 7! I've tried three third party Apps for this, but non sync to my Exchange Account, where all my Tasks are.
What have MS got against Tasks and how can I manage my life in their absence?
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