As Microsoft unveiled its new version of Windows Mobile at Mobile World Congress
in Barcelona last week, the software giant introduced the new OS to more users than anticipated. A prototype phone holding a demo of the new operating system was stolen from a friend of Sol Trujillo, the CEO of Telstra
, the Australian telecommunications giant. Trujillo had handed the phone to a friend, The London Telegraph
The new Windows Mobile OS includes touch-screen support like that of the iPhone and a new honeycomb-style interface. The GSMA, the organization running Mobile World Congress, threatens to move the conference next year if the crime problem in Barcelona isn't fixed.