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Do you remember a long time ago, when photos leaked of an iPad running a version of Microsoft’s Office? From that point on, we [the industry as a collective] knew that Microsoft was planning to bring its widely used Office suite to competing platforms like Apple’s iOS and Google Android. Despite representatives from Microsoft in France confirming that MS was working on a mobile version of Office, which was later denied, we have yet to see the Office app appear, at least on hardware not running Windows. So just where is this...

If you’re like me, you may like to take a screen shot of your phone, be it to take a picture of a funny text message mishap, perhaps to save a great drawing you did in DrawSomething, or in my situation, to show off an app and how it works for a review. Whatever the case may be, if you’ve owned a Windows Phone, you’d know that you sadly don’t...

It’s no secret that Samsung is developing a Windows Phone 8 device, in fact, we broke an exclusive that Samsung was already planning to use the Galaxy S III as a starting point for their first WP8 device, which would be released later this year. Now thanks to a new User Agent Profile, which shows the default browser as being Internet Explorer 10, we now know...

Since Microsoft revealed Windows Phone 7.8 back in June, all we knew was that only “some” of the highly anticipated features from Windows Phone 8 would make the transition. Obviously, the big changes like new, higher resolution support and dual/quad core processor support would be exclusive to Windows Phone 8 devices, so what exactly can current Windows...

According to a source that tipped the Verge, Microsoft is already testing a version of Internet Explorer for the Xbox 360, and honestly, its about freakin’ time! I’ve been saying that the Xbox 360 needs a Web Browser for some time now. Considering it has everything from Hulu, Netflix, YouTube and Facebook, essentially the only thing it was missing...

Last night, I received an email from a trusted source with a tip about Samsung’s plans for their first Windows Phone 8 device. It looks like Samsung is going to be milking their upcoming Galaxy S III for all it’s worth, as the Korean smartphone maker plans to use Galaxy S III (hardware and design) as the basis for its new Windows Phone 8 device, currently dubbed,...

Originally posted on our sister site, WP Life According to a report by The Verge, it looks like those of you who have just purchased a Nokia Lumia 900, an HTC Titan II or any other new Windows Phone, may be a little upset when Microsoft drops the newest version of Window Phone, 8 or code named Apollo. A trusted source, close to Microsoft, when speaking with The Verge,...

The guys over at Pocketnow.com have just posted the image above, which is another Windows Phone device from Nokia, codenamed Saber. According to their source, the Saber will feature a 1.4GHz Single-Core processor, 1GB of RAM and have a 3.5″ WVGA display with a 5-megapixel camera. With these types of specs it is obviously a mid-range device and not a high-end...

It ‘s been a while since we saw the Nokia 800 (codenamed Sea-Ray) when it was leaked a few months back during a press-conference. We all new it was coming from other leaks that have made their way around the blog-o-sphere. Now we have another leak, the press shot (above), which shows us a device that is clearly running Windows Phone (Mango) and bares a strikingly...

Until now, we’ve known that Nokia was planning one Windows Phone 7 device, codenamed “Sea-Ray.”  But Nokia is betting the farm on Window Phone 7, so it only makes sense that they would have more than one device in the pipeline. That being case, website, MyNokiaBlog, had tip that claims they have some legitimate specs for not just one, but 3 devices...