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Windows Phone 8.1 Could Support Removable USB Flash Drives

Tyler Lee March 15, 2014

Windows Phone 8.1 Could Support Removable USB Flash DrivesOne of the ways that we can transfer data from our smartphones to another device, like our computers, is through the use of a data cable or perhaps even internet. Those are perfectly legitimate ways of transferring data, but what if you did not have a data cable, or what if the file is too big to transfer via the internet?

Well off the top of our heads, we’d say that times like these a USB flash drive sure comes in handy, and the good news for Windows Phone users is that with the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 update, it looks like not only will the platform support USB HID class accessories, but it will also support removable USB flash drives as well. (more…)

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    WhatsApp Update For Windows Phone Arriving (Rumor)

    Edwin Kee March 10, 2014

    WhatsApp Update For Windows Phone Arriving (Rumor)WhatsApp, the app that was purchased by social networking giant Facebook not too long ago for a whopping $19 billion, is certainly worth having on your smartphone or tablet. In fact, the Windows Phone version of WhatsApp has seen a fair number of features having leaked out for the beta version, never mind that the official app itself has yet to be on the receiving end of such leaked features. Perhaps what is needed would be some kind of insider information, which we are more than pleased to have discovered that Nawzil, a previous Microsoft employee, had tweeted that we ought to be able to check out the update, “coming soon!”

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    Facebook Messenger For Windows Phone Is Topping The Charts

    Tyler Lee March 10, 2014

    Facebook Messenger For Windows Phone Is Topping The ChartsThe Windows Phone platform does not have as many apps as iOS and Android, although in the past few months/years they have been slowly gaining some big names, with one of the latest ones being that of Facebook Messenger.

    For those who don’t know what Facebook Messenger is, it is an app available on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone where it allows Facebook users to chat with one another without actually having to launch the Facebook app. On the Android platform, it takes it one step further through the use of Chat Heads. (more…)

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    Windows Phone Narrowly Edges Out BlackBerry In The US

    Tyler Lee March 8, 2014

    Windows Phone Narrowly Edges Out BlackBerry In The USBack in 2012, BlackBerry’s then CEO, Thorsten Heins, expressed his belief and confidence that BlackBerry could overtake Windows Phone and become the third most used smartphone operating system, behind both Android and iOS.

    Unfortunately the latest numbers released by comScore are suggesting otherwise. In fact it seems that in terms of market share in the US, Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform has managed to edge out BlackBerry to claim the number two spot, although not by much. (more…)

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    Nokia Brags About Windows Phone Apps

    Tyler Lee March 7, 2014

    When it comes to poking fun at the competition, Nokia has never been one to shy away from doing just that. In fact they recently made fun of Samsung for their attempts at sponsoring the Oscars by providing Ellen Degeneres with a Galaxy smartphone, calling the photos taken blur.

    It’s interesting that Nokia is pretty daring especially given that as far as their position in the smartphone market is concerned, they’re not exactly leaders, especially in the face of other brands like Samsung and Apple. In fact despite reports that Windows Phone is on the rise, it is still pretty far behind both Android and iOS, but it seems that won’t stop Nokia from bragging anyway. (more…)

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    Windows Phone 8.1’s Action Center Could Support 20 Notifications Per App

    Edwin Kee March 7, 2014

    Windows Phone 8.1’s Action Center Could Support 20 Notifications Per App It is well known by now that Windows Phone 8.1 will arrive with what they call an “Action Center”, which is a centralized notification center set to grace Microsoft’s mobile operating system. Apparently, the Action Center will pave the way to depict up to 20 notifications per app. This particular functionality that remains specific to the Action Center has allegedly been discovered via a bunch of different APIs. The report itself did mention that users can check out up to 20 notifications from a single app. Apart from that, when it comes to persistent notifications, those are visible for up to 7 days. In fact, a user is able to take the route of tapping to open the app, which in turn will send the notification, dismiss a single notification, or a group of notifications.

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    Windows Phone 8.5 Hinted

    Edwin Kee March 7, 2014

    Windows Phone 8.5 HintedWindows Phone 8.1 might be in the pipeline for a launch, with many people looking forward to it, but there is more to it than that. Apparently, there are hints of Windows Phone 8.5 coming our way – yes sir, Windows Phone 8.5. This particular snippet of information was allegedly spotted on the Windows Phone emulator, where there is an indication that secondary live tiles might not make an appearance in in Windows Phone 8.5.

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    French OEM UCall Could Adopt The Windows Phone Platform

    Tyler Lee February 11, 2014

    French OEM UCall Could Adopt The Windows Phone PlatformOne of the advantages that Android has is that it has many, many OEM partners. In fact due to its open-source status, there are manufacturers who create Android devices and not necessarily with Google’s blessing either (missing Google services and Play Store), but the fact remains that Google’s reach is helped by its many manufacturing partners who create a range of devices for customers. Well it looks like Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform will be getting a new partner in the form of French OEM company, UCall, who will be announcing their new Windows Phone smartphone at MWC 2014.

    In fact this Windows Phone handset will be UCall’s first Windows Phone device as the company has in the past only released Android phones. UCall’s Windows Phone efforts will be that of a low-cost device that will supposedly cost less than €100, so it will definitely be interesting to see what kind of specs it will pack, and how well it will be received. After all devices like the Nokia Lumia 520 have gone on to do very well for itself for being a budget handset, so perhaps UCall’s product will be able to achieve the same amount of success as well. No word on whether it will see a release outside of France, but check back with us during MWC 2014 for the details.

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    Samsung SM-W750 Windows Phone Drops By The FCC

    Adnan Farooqui February 9, 2014

    Samsung SM W750 Windows Phone Drops By The FCC

    One can be excused if they believe that Samsung only makes Android smartphones. The company is known around the world for the low-end, mid-range and high-end smartphones that it develops, all of which run on Google’s mobile operating system. Samsung’s Windows Phone devices aren’t that popular when compared to Nokia’s Lumia lineup, moreover, the company doesn’t exactly make dozens of WP smartphones every year. After quite a while, Samsung and Verizon have reportedly teamed up to develop a Windows Phone smartphone. Carrying model number SM-W750V, Samsung’s new WP smartphone has now made the compulsory layover at the FCC.

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    Sony Hints At Possible Windows Phone Device

    Tyler Lee February 8, 2014

    Sony Hints At Possible Windows Phone DeviceSony had recently announced that they would be selling off their VAIO PC division to a Japanese investment firm who would continue producing VAIO computers, except that its availability would be limited to Japan at the moment. Considering that the VAIO PC division was pretty much the only division in Sony that ran Microsoft’s Windows platform, does that mean that Sony is done with Windows completely? Well yes and no. Speaking in Tokyo, Sony’s CEO Kazuo Hirai confirmed (via ASCII) that Windows for PC is not part of Sony’s future, but the good news is that they might not discount Windows for mobile entirely.

    “Windows products will go to the new company,” he said, and at the same time reaffirmed Sony’s commitment to mobile, such as smartphones and tablets. “In the mobile arena, we decided that it is essential now to concentrate on smartphones and tablets.” Hirai goes on to state that “Microsoft has various OSes, including mobile. So, as Sony, we will consider new product development going forward,” hinting that Sony could consider the Windows Phone platform in the future. Assuming we are reading in between the lines correctly, this seems to corroborate the rumors that Sony could be looking to develop a Windows Phone handset (or handsets) for 2014.

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