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BBM For Windows Phone Coming In Q2

03/30/2014, Last year BlackBerry finally opened up BlackBerry Messenger to other platforms. For now it is only available as a standalone app for iOS and Android. Since it went cross-platform, BBM has added millions of new users, a decent growth on which the company...

Fake Google Apps Hit The Windows Phone Store

03/28/2014, Heads up Windows Phone users, it looks like you guys will have to keep an eye on what you’re downloading in the Windows Phone store because according to reports, it seems that there has been a recent flood of fake Google apps making their way onto the...

Google Chrome Could Arrive On Windows Phone

03/26/2014, Windows Phone users would not have been too thrilled in recent memory as Google does not seem to want to allocate resources to develop apps for the mobile operating system simply for the fact that the number of users as opposed to Android and iOS...

Windows Phone 8.1 Core Completed

03/26/2014, It was just yesterday that the editor-in-chief of WPCentral, Daniel Rubino, tweeted that Windows Phone 8.1 could actually miss its scheduled release in the form of a developer preview during the Microsoft Build developers conference that is happening...

VLC For Windows Phone 8.1 Revealed In Screenshot

03/25/2014, A couple of weeks ago, the team at VLC released the VLC app designed for Microsoft’s Windows 8’s Metro UI. The app has been in development for quite a while now and we’re sure Windows 8 users are probably happy to finally get their hands on the app....

Samsung ATIV SE Rumored To Arrive On Verizon 18th April

03/24/2014, Just last week we saw leaked photos of the Samsung ATIV SE make its way onto the internet. Based on the press renderings, it looked like the phone would be headed onto Verizon’s network, although the question is when? Well according to the folks at...

Huawei CMO Thinks It’s Hard To Differentiate Windows Phone Brands

03/23/2014, If there is one feature of Windows Phone that is both a pro and a con, it would be the fact that the user interface looks too similar. On one hand it creates a sense of uniformity which is great because that means that people will be able to identify it...

Huawei Dual Boot Windows Phone And Android Device Scrapped

03/19/2014, Earlier this month Huawei announced its plans to launch a dual boot Windows Phone and Android device. The idea behind this device to give users more flexibility and choice on a single gadget, eliminating the need to carry to separate devices for each...

Instagram For Windows Phone Updated With Lock Screen Support

03/18/2014, Lock screens for smartphones are usually a pretty boring affair. They’re great if you want to check the time, check whether you have any notifications, launch your camera, or adjust music playback controls. However what if you could jazz up your lock...

Windows Phone Beats Out The iPhone’s Market Share In Romania

03/17/2014, When it comes to smartphone platform market share, iOS and Android are currently dominating. Android has managed to nab first place followed by iOS, with Windows Phone and BlackBerry lagging behind. However this is based on overall market share and...

Office Lens Brings Optical Character Recognition To Windows Phone

03/17/2014, Earlier today Microsoft released OneNote for Mac, and it also made its popular note-taking application free for all. With the app, it was also rumored that the company would launch Office Lens, an app that brings optical character recognition to Windows...

Lava, Karbonn, Xolo To Venture Into Windows Phone Market

03/16/2014, When it comes to Microsoft’s Windows Phone mobile operating system so far, you can more or less say that Nokia has been at the forefront of championing Microsoft’s cause, with just a couple of efforts from Samsung with their ATIV S as well as HTC and...

Windows Phone 8.1 Could Support Removable USB Flash Drives

03/14/2014, One 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...