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Is Angry Birds coming to Windows Phone or not?

It’s been an interesting 24 hours for Microsoft and Nokia PR departments. Let’s see, it started when Rovio’s Peter Vesterbacka told Bloomberg that the company has “no…

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Windows Phone Expands Its Reach To 23 New Countries

Mobile World Congress has revealed several key elements of Microsoft’s Windows Phone strategy pushing forward. First off is the reduction of its currently strict minimum…

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Windows Phone Officially Lowers Its Minimum Requirements

With the Mobile World Congress in full-swing today, there is sure to be plenty of interesting mobile-related news heading to the net. Of course the…

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Skype for Windows Phone is here

Skype for Windows Phone Beta has been released. The full version will be available in April, but reports so far indicate that the beta seems quite…

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My experience shopping for a Nokia Lumia 710 at T-Mobile stores

So as part of my informal research regarding the new Nokia Lumia Windows Phone line, I have been checking out T-mobile stores in my area…

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Microsoft get more aggressive with their Windows Phone videos

Microsoft seem to be getting more aggressive in their advertising for the Windows Phone franchise. The Windows Phone platform is currently struggling and the previous ads…

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Poll – Would you buy a 900 dollar Nokia Lumia 800 Phone?

So the good folks at the Verge just alerted everyone to the fact that you can pick up a Nokia Lumia 800 phone at select…

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New Samsung Windows phone launched in Australia – Samsung Omnia W

Samsung launched it’s high-end Omnia W handset through Telstra this week. The Omnia W appears to be the first second-generation Windows Phone 7 handset to…

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Microsoft pays Nokia 250 million dollars to push Windows Phone 7

According to Nokia’s fourth quarter earnings report – Microsoft paid Nokia $250 million in the quarter for “platform support payments”. Here’s the quote: Our broad strategic agreement…

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Sprint cautious about Windows Phone adoption

Interesting snippet from Engadget that describes Sprint’s allged attitude toward the Windows Phone platform. That includes Sprint, which does currently have a Windows Phone…