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More Windows 10 For Phones Images Leak, Reveal Smart Dialer - Nothing like some newly leaked screenshots from Windows 10 for Phones to head into the weekend. Nothing indeed, when some people were expecting a new preview build of the mobile OS to be out. Well, a new preview build is not here, but we got a new look at Spartan running on phones earlier today. And now the folks over at ITHome are back with their latest supply of leaked screenshots from the upcoming mobile o... http://ow.ly/2WzeEE
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If they hurry up and release it with a flagship like the galaxy s6 I will move, otherwise keep dreaming, most phones are too low specs and most mobile fans want only the best, which HTC are about to find out to their detriment, the s6 edge 128GB is sold out everywhere I look on line, learn from this Microsoft! Maybe get Samsung to do a s6 and/or s6 edge windows 10 edition?
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Microsoft Fixes Windows 10 Bug That Kept Users Locked - Locked out of their computers, that is, don’t get any funny ideas. This Windows 10 bug, although not widespread, has affected some testers, not allowing them to log into their machines. Build 10041 of the Windows 10 Technical Preview was rolled out last week, and the company soon followed that with a more stable version for users enrolled in the slow ring for the Windows Insider program. Three different patches acc... http://ow.ly/2WyW6A
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Download Microsoft’s Windows Ninja Cat Wallpaper - Some of you may be aware of the Windows Ninja Cat. Some of you may not be aware of this. Windows enthusiasts, however, have heard about this latest viral sensation from Microsoft. It hit big time during the Windows 10 event held on January 21 at company headquarters, Redmond. Basically, Microsoft gave away a bunch of stickers to fans to customize their devices, and apparently people are still searching for ways to get t... http://ow.ly/2WwkTc
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Office Follows Windows 10 On The Freemium Ride - Just like Windows 10, Office, the productivity suite, Microsoft’s number one cash cow, is now all in with the fermium model. The company made the official announcement a few weeks back. But since that was rather vaguely worded, Redmond is back in with more details. Basically the Office suite of productivity applications will be completely free on small devices, and that should result in more people experiencing the popula... http://ow.ly/2WvYZL
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it's on my winphone 8.1 and it sucks - won't even do excel spreadsheets functions I use on PC, and I'm told are unlocked when you pay for a year's subscription - wish King Office or Star or a like group would write a suite for winphone so I could actually use spreadsheet for tracking data and expenses
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Entry Level Devices Now Make 60% Of The Windows Phone Market http://ow.ly/2WtKbK
Guess this is to be expected when handsets like the Lumia 520 and the Lumia 635 run riot, but the Windows Phone market is now clearly defined by entry level hardware.
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Or maybe they don't want or care about investing in the flagship bubble? Lumia 635 or 735 are well made devices that cover all needs of most people and most needs of the rest. And they are so cheap that if one breaks or you get bored with it you can just buy another. 
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Radio.com Windows Phone App Is Now Here - Some refreshing news for the platform. Amid reports of major developers pulling their Windows Phone apps, the official Radio.com Windows Phone app is now in the zone. Vevo recently became the latest played to leave the party. But CBS finally decided to bring their solution to the platform, after registering millions of downloads on both […] The post Radio.com Windows Phone App Is Now Here appeared first on . http://ow.ly/2WttOP
Some refreshing news for the platform. Amid reports of major developers pulling their Windows Phone apps, the official Radio.com Windows Phone app is now in the zone.
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Microsoft Acquires PowerPoint Software Developer LiveLoop - Chalk in another acquisition for Microsoft. The company has purchased startup software firm LiveLoop, which developed a popular PowerPoint plugin. Of the same name. LiveLoop turned presentations into web optimized files that could be accessed via a URL. And while details of the agreement are yet to be provided, it is expected that it could […] The post Microsoft Acquires PowerPoint Software Developer LiveLoop a... http://ow.ly/2Wzdtc
Chalk in another acquisition for Microsoft. The company has purchased startup software firm LiveLoop, which developed a popular PowerPoint plugin. Of the same name.
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Android Apps On Windows 10? Microsoft Finds Another Way - But will developers pick it up, that be the million dollar question! Microsoft may not have talked much about Android apps on Windows 10, but the company is certain contemplating such a possibility. And according to unofficial reports, close to making a decision. However, there is more than one way to approach this. And that does not include baking native support for Android applications on Windows. Instead, this... http://ow.ly/2WyKNT
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Virtualization is improving but no thanks on mobile devices. Still waiting for evidence of this "magical" cadre of apps across platforms to manifest. Think this solution should inspire holdouts not making Windows Mobile Applications. Likely everyone is waiting to see if, when Windows 10 delivers.
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Skype For Web Private Beta Tests Are Now Underway - Remember Skype for Web? Microsoft’s bid to allow users to talk with their friends without installing Skype on their computers? Well, the solution is now available. Essentially, this is a way of bringing the service right into a web browser. The VoIP service is practically available on all devices and platforms, from desktops to mobile, […] The post Skype For Web Private Beta Tests Are Now Underway appeared first on . http://ow.ly/2WwgTQ
Remember Skype for Web? Microsoft’s bid to allow users to talk with their friends without installing Skype on their computers? Well, the solution is now available.
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Microsoft told me "Raus!".
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50% More Users On Windows Phone Due To Windows 10 - It’s not often Microsoft talks about the performance of Windows Phone, but the interest in Windows 10 certainly is having a positive effect on the mobile operating system. So much so that it is bringing more people to it. The company is working to make its smartphone platform closer to the desktop version, convergence, and apparently this is an idea that users like — news and rumors about the changes to Windows Phone h... http://ow.ly/2WvFX0
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+Jason Dawe We all have that perception?  I think of is as something I look to for fun and games. BTW Welcome to this century, nobody calls them "M$" anymore. It wasn't even cool back then. Becoming like apple would be the worst thing they could do.
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Microsoft Now Calls Metro Applications Windows Apps - I guess that’s what they should have been called form the start. Windows Apps. Nice and simple, no fuss no mess, no legal tangles, and now universal handles. Nice and simple. These shiny new creations have been through a lot. Introduced with Windows 8, Microsoft first called them Metro apps. But after some legal troubles, the company decided to call them Modern apps. This soon transitioned to Universal apps, as Redmo... http://ow.ly/2WtuMq
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I don't know who wrote this, but Microsoft ditched the metro name a while ago.
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Test Reveals Best Antivirus For Windows 8.1 Home Users - Time for an annual ritual. Or is it biannual? Or monthly? Anyway, finding the best antivirus for Windows 8.1 home users was the point of this test that the folks over at AV-TEST just conducted. Several antivirus products have been put through the paces, and it seems like Bitdefender Internet Security 2015, Kaspersky Internet Security […] The post Test Reveals Best Antivirus For Windows 8.1 Home Users appeared firs... http://ow.ly/2WtlaM
Time for an annual ritual. Or is it biannual? Or monthly? Anyway, finding the best antivirus for Windows 8.1 home users was the point of this test that the folks over at AV-TEST just conducted.
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