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Budget Microsoft Surface Tablet Gets Real

If you’re still feeling blue after hearing reports that Microsoft has delayed, or even canceled, the Surface Andromeda mobile device, there’s some good news on the horizon. And unlike that mythic machine, this one is actually coming.

FCC Listing Reveals Five New Affordable Windows Phones

More Microsoft Windows Phone these days usually means more affordable Windows Phones, as the company continues its policy of launching budget handsets in emerging markets. And some five new low-end Lumia devices have just been spotted at

Microsoft Is Preparing A New Dual SIM Lumia Phone

The Lumia landscape has become a bit lifeless now, with a number of new devices having launched this summer. But the Holiday shopping season is fast approaching. And so are some new Windows Phone handsets, under the

Another Nokia Lumia 630 Variant Shows Up At The FCC

We should all collectively thank the stars for the FCC. The communications regulatory body is the source of leaked specifications and details all seasons, and now another device has been spotted. Nokia’s plan of launching a new

Nokia Lumia 630 Reportedly Shows Up At The FCC

The Finnish telecom giant seems well on its way to unleashing a new affordable midrange handset in the form of the Lumia 630, and the anticipated Windows Phone 8.1 powered device is now one step closer to

Nokia Lumia 1520 Is Now FCC Approved

Finnish mobile phone maker, Nokia, is gearing up to launch its first ever phablet, a large screen Lumia powered by Windows Phone 8. Rumors suggest that the device will his store shelves as the Lumia 1520. No

Acer Iconia with an 8.1 inch screen may be coming soon…

The Acer Iconia W3 has shown up at the FCC’s website. It seems like it might be available for purchase in the US soon. The drawing on the FCC’s site seems to show that the tablet has

Asus Rumored to be Developing an 18-inch Tablet for 2013

A report from Engadget says that PC manufacturer Asus could be developing an 18-inch tablet for launch in 2013. Citing Federal Communication Commission documents that list a P1801-T model number, Engadget thinks it could be the finalized