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Lara Croft Endless Runner Coming To Windows Phone

If there’s one gaming genre defined by the mobile revolution, it’s endless runner. Several hit titles are available, and now we can add a Lara…

Nokia HERE Windows Phone
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Nokia Halts Development On HERE Maps Windows Phone

Nokia has made some odd decisions over the year, so gear up for another peculiar one. The company has stopped development of HERE Maps Windows…

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Windows Store Fee To Be Bumped To 30% For All Apps Next Year

The great leveling! In an interesting but expected move, Microsoft will hike up the Windows Store fee for apps, taking a clean 30% of all…

Microsoft Office 16 Preview
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Microsoft Office 16 Preview Could Be Here Anytime Now

Another test version from Redmond is ready to go live. According to some very reliable sources, work on Microsoft Office 16 Preview is almost finalized,…

Minecraft Windows Phone Port
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Screenshot Confirms Minecraft Windows Phone Port

As if there was any doubt that a Minecraft Windows Phone port was not in development, we now have the first screenshot from a build…

Office 16 PowerPoint
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Office 16 Apparently Coming To Windows Phone Too

One can make a case that native support for Office documents sold a fair few Windows Phone handsets. Now with Office 16 in development, Microsoft…

Bill Gates Office 16
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Bill Gates Is Overseeing Office 16 Development

Bill Gates returned to Microsoft in a much more active role earlier this year, right around the time when the new CEO Satya Nadella took…

Windows 10
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Microsoft Pulls A Fast One, Announces Windows 10

There’s a time for surprises, I guess. And for Microsoft, it was time. The software titan officially announced Windows 10 as the next version of…

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Nokia Scales Back Work On HERE Maps On Windows Phone

Something for the awkward column. Nokia have created a pretty good service in the form of HERE Maps on Windows Phone. But there is a…

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Microsoft Office 16 Brings Back Clippy, They Say

Microsoft Office is, for all intents and purposes, the company’s biggest breadwinner. Office 16, it is now being said, is the new version of the…

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Windows 9 Screenshots Leaked, Gallery

The technical preview of the upcoming operating system is still a couple of weeks away, but some Windows 9 screenshots leaked out earlier today, a…

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Steve Ballmer Wrote The First Blue Screen Of Death Text

Yes, the one and only. The Blue Screen of Death, also known as BSOD, is as much a Windows trademark, as the Start Button, Start…

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China Also Developing A Homegrown Smartphone OS

The Chinese odyssey coming to an end? For Microsoft and Google both? The country is ready to develop its own homegrown smartphone OS in order…

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VLC For Windows Phone Release Date Pushed Back

How about something surprising and totally unexpected to start the week? We all know that VideoLAN are always right on the money and all their…

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Internet Explorer 12 To Offer Faster Browsing Speeds

Well, more speed never killed anybody, so why not? Internet Explorer 12 is the upcoming version of Microsoft’s flagship web browser, currently on track for…

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Developer Shares New VLC For Windows 8.1 Details

One of the more popular apps on the Windows Store, VLC for Windows 8.1 still has a lot of distance to travel, as the application…

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Windows 8.1 Update 3 Development Reportedly Initiated

With the second update to the operating system rumored to launch with next month’s Patch Tuesday updates, interest in what the future holds for the…

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Windows 8.1 Update 3 Still On The Cards, Depends On Windows 9

The second update for Windows 8.1 is set to debut next month, but unsurprisingly, most everyone is talking about Windows 9, the next full version…

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Here Are Some More Details About The Windows 9 Activation System

Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO, said not too long ago that 9 out of 10 copies of Windows in China were pirated. And it…

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You Can Now Beta Test Microsoft Office Versions Before Release

Bug tests and beta tryouts are what make or break software. It so often happens that buggy or undercooked software (games in particular) get released…