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Windows Phone 7.8 And 8 To Be Supported Until Mid Of 2014

You may well be aware that mainstream support for Windows 8 is set to end on January 9, 2018. And even though Microsoft is yet…

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Windows Phone 8 Leaps Ahead of Windows Phone 7 In 10 Markets

When it comes to mobile platforms, nothing shows signs of growth more than penetration of the latest version of the operating systems. Nowhere is this…

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Australian Business Sees 70% of Employees Choosing Windows Phone

More than once I’ve talked about the huge amount of potential for Windows Phone 8 in the enterprise world. With its ability to play nicely…

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Windows Phone 8 Handsets Outnumber Windows Phone 7.x Devices In US, says AdDuplex Data

While Windows Phone 7 was a great start in a new direction for Microsoft’s mobile efforts, it pales in comparison to Windows Phone 8. To…

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Microsoft Continues to Encourage Developers to Build Windows Phone 7 and 8-Friendly Apps

Now that Windows Phone 8 is on the market, Microsoft is seeing pretty strong success in major markets. They have even started releasing the Nokia…

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Nokia Feedback Survey Reveals Additional Windows Phone 7.8 Features

Still waiting (im)patiently for Windows Phone 7.8? It’s hard to get too excited when…

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Select Xbox Windows Phone 7 removed from Windows Phone 8

When Windows Phone 8 was first announced, we knew that some major shifts were happening. Windows mobile was ditching the CE in core in favor…

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Get Ready for Windows Phone 7.8 and Convergence with 8

In the hubbub of Windows Phone 8’s launch, what was almost forgotten was that tens of thousands of current Windows Phone 7 users are now…

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Microsoft Windows Phone 7 and Windows Phone 8 Will Co-exist for Quite Some Time

Windows Phone 8 is now out, but Windows Phone 7.x is far from extinct, at least according to Microsoft. While we’ve yet to see the…

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Windows Phone platform Continues to Grow, Attributes 2.4% of market in 3rd quarter of 2012

Windows Phone 8 hasn’t been out very long, but it seems to already be picking up the pace when it compares to Windows Phone 7….