As you all probably remember, Microsoft's Kin ONE and Kin TWO weren't exactly runaway successes, getting killed off after less than two months on the market. One of the highlights of the devices was the Kin Studio, which let users backup and share media that was stored on their devices, all in the cloud. The Kin Studio was officially shut down back in January, but a new job posting has hinted that the Studio may be making a return with Windows Phone 7. Microsoft has said that they're looking for people to join their Mobile Studio team which "will redefine the mobile phone for millions of everyday users around the world" and will be "responsible for extending and evolving the functionality of Windows Phone."
While there's nothing that really jumps out and says that, yes, Microsoft is bringing Kin Studio to WP7 as Windows Phone Mobile Studio, it's not hard to imagine that they would like to do just that. After all, Kin Studio was one of the things that most people agreed was really nice about the Kin phones, and Windows Phone Mobile Studio could be a nice feature to have when competing with the likes of Android and iOS. What do you all think? Is Microsoft planning on bringing a Kin Studio-like service to WP7? Does the service sound like something you'd use?