In this photo released by Microsoft Corp., two phones unveiled Monday, April 12, 2010, that are meant for social networking-savvy teens and twenty-somethings, in an attempt to revitalize its mobile business and regain ground on iPhones and BlackBerrys, are shown. Microsoft said its new touch-screen phones, a short, square-shaped handset called Kin 1 and a longer, more rectangular one called Kin 2. Both will be sold exclusively in the U.S. by Verizon Wireless. They are being made by Sharp Corp., which has produced Sidekick cell phones, whose software comes from Microsoft-owned Danger Inc. (AP Photo/Microsoft Corp.)** NO SALES **