Posts Tagged ‘Windows Phone’

Microsoft’s Word Flow keyboard of Windows Phone is coming to the iPhone soon. Details on the the keyboard which is in a beta testing phase right now, can be found right here.

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A curious new app listed on Microsoft Store has introduced speculation that the software giant is planning on introducing its own branded SIM-card for Microsoft devices. The app, which has recently made an appearance on the store, asks if users are “looking for a reliable, convenient way to stay connected everywhere you go, even when WiFi isn’t available?” The additional metadata then seems to suggest that Microsoft is planning on solving this problem by introducing its own SIM-card that can be used and paid for through a Microsoft account on a branded Microsoft device.

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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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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 you actually stopped and took time to consider the power that you hold within your hand when using your smartphone you’d probably be shocked at how far devices and manufacturers have come in such a short space of time. The announcement and release of the Apple iPhone back in 2007 lit a fire under the smartphone market which for the first time saw mainstream users start to part with as much cash as business users and executives alike. Now, thanks to a brilliantly put together video by CNET, we can take a look at the evolution of smartphone design over the last eight years.

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Apple is now accepting non-iOS devices as a part of its Reuse and Recycling Program, and the facility is available to those residing in the United States, Canada, and several European countries as well. Head over the jump to learn more about the expansion of this program which now covers various Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices.

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When a new smartphone hits the scene, you’re usually stuck with just one choice when it comes to the platform. But Alcatel, looking to find a bit of a niche, has announced a new handset capable of running Android, Windows Phone or Mozilla’s Firefox OS.

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Here’s a list of the top 10 best smartphones from the year 2014, ranked in the order. For the complete list, simply head past the jump.

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