Archive for the ‘Windows Phone’ Category

PowerMe, an Indiegogo project, is an accessory that allows users to charge one smartphone or tablet with another one.

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Here’s a side-by-side specs comparison between Microsoft’s Lumia 950 vs 950 XL vs Apple’s iPhone 6s vs iPhone 6s Plus. Which one would you rather get?

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Do you remember when smartphones were just that, smartphones? In a world where display sizes are increasingly encroaching on tablets and mobile CPUs are outperforming those in notebook computers, the smartphone is no longer just a smartphone. If you really want it to be, it can almost replace your computer. And Microsoft wants to capitalize on that.

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Here’s specs, price, release date info on Microsoft Lumia 950, 950 XL and Lumia 550 Windows 10 Mobile smartphones.

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Network operator T-Mobile has confirmed that the data from as many as 15 million of its customer accounts has been affected by a data breach that has taken place on one of its corporate partner’s servers. Experian, which operates as one of the world’s largest credit monitoring outfit and works in partnership with companies like T-Mobile to process credit checks for new accounts, revealed the huge data breach last night, confirming that it took place on September 15.

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Microsoft has started sending out invites to press, inviting them to attend a Windows 10 hardware event to be held in New York City next month. The relatively plain looking invite inform that Microsoft has “some exciting news to share about Windows 10 devices”, and although it doesn’t explicitly state that a new batch of hardware will be announced, a number of insider sources and recent speculation has suggested the event will see a new batch of devices unveiled.

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IFA is usually the time of the year when you can expect several new gadgets to grace the face of the Internet (and then the world a little later down the line), and this year is no exception. Acer today unveiled a new smartphone that will be able to take full advantage of Windows 10 Mobile’s Continuum feature and seamlessly shift between mobile and desktop modes.

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Announced at the E3 conference earlier this year, Square Enix’s new Lara Croft GO mobile game is available today for the first time across iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms.

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We already know that Microsoft is planning on attempting to make an additional impact in the high-end smartphone market with the launch of two new devices this coming October. A number of leaks over the past few weeks have already given us a sketchy look at the supposed new devices, as well as the accompanying full hardware specifications. Now, Evan Blass, who goes by @evleaks on Twitter, has published what seems to be official press images of the two new Microsoft Lumia devices, giving us an additional visual insight into what we can expect.

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It’s that time of year again. Here are all the phones (iPhone, Android and Windows Phone) which you shouldn’t buy today. Updated for July 2015.

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If online privacy is a big deal for you, and it probably should be, then the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s annual data privacy test is probably going to be of interest to you. Every twelve months the group takes the planet’s most popular online services and puts them through a series of tests to decide just how privacy safe they really are. The results are turned into a star rating with five stars being the maximum score achievable.

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According to a new report, Microsoft is working internally on a project called Microsoft WiFi, which is a rebranded version of Skype WiFi. The rebranded service, leaked to the world early in true modern-day fashion, is said to be based around the idea of exponentially increasing the productivity of users by offering “hassle-free” Internet access around the world. Productivity comes in many forms – forms that can vary greatly on an individual basis – but there’s no denying that having easy access to Internet wherever you are in the world could potentially increase anyone’s output.

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