Want to see a massive phone that would dwarf the cellular tech of 80s businessmen who thought greed (and plastic brick phones) were good? Then head to Herald Square at 35th St and Broadway today for the Windows Phone launch event, which will feature a six-story phone, plus a live performance from Far East Movement. You'll score a free show, giveaways, and see your tweets blown up on a staggering behemoth of communication -- and you’ll see a larger-than-life demo of Windows Phone’s highlights, like the People Hub, providing one-touch access to Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, or, if you're a wrestling fan, one-Peoples' Elbow access. The mighty OS is also loaded with your favorite apps and a revamped search tool so you can scour the web with the power of your voice, whatever music's playing, or even your phone's camera via "Bing Vision”. Experience Windows Phone for yourself, by picking up T-Mobile's HTC Radar 4G, AT&T’s 4G-ready Samsung Focus Flash, or Samsung Focus S, which is only 8.55mm thick, and far more captivating than action-suspense flicks that are .55mm shorter. Walk/subway/cab/zeppelin your way to Herald Square today to celebrate the Windows Phone and witness a performance from Far East Movement that will be just as memorable as the days of actually having to carry a briefcase-sized communications device are not.