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Original Angry Birds For Windows Phone Free Until May 15

05/02/2013, “Better late than never” might be one adage that is tried and tested which will be used to describe the availability of the original Angry Birds on the Windows Phone platform for free – at least, until May 15th, that is. This game that requires...

Switch To Windows Phone App Launches On Google Play

05/01/2013, Remember the other day we reported that Microsoft was working on a Switch to Windows Phone app for Android? Well the good news (?) for Android users is that if you wanted to see if jumping switch to the Windows Phone platform might be a viable one, at...

Nokia And Windows Phone Is Not A Flop In U.S. [Report]

04/29/2013, When we talk about the U.S. smartphone market, it is impossible not to mention Apple and Samsung. The fruit company’s iconic smartphone, iPhone, reigns over the market in this country. Samsung’s many Android powered smartphones come in second...

Apple And Samsung Squabble In Microsoft’s New Windows Phone Ad

04/29/2013, Microsoft has made a minute long ad which will soon be airing on national TV in the U.S. The ad shows a mighty Apple and Samsung squabble which starts off during a wedding reception. The concept of this ad is to promote Windows Phone as an alternative to...

Nokia Chat For Windows Phone In Beta Released

04/25/2013, For folks with the Nokia Asha feature phone, chances are you would have made good use of the Nokia Chat function there. Of course, we also do not rule out the likes of those who are still rocking to S40 as well as Symbian powered devices to keep in touch...

Facebook Updates Windows Phone App To Fix Issues

04/18/2013, It was earlier today when we brought you word that the Facebook Windows Phone 8 app certainly has issues of its own that it is currently struggling with, where it affected users who ran version 4.2.0.0 of the app, while those who were using the Windows...

Facebook Windows Phone 8 App Runs Into Issues

04/18/2013, Considering how Microsoft are the ones behind the official Facebook for the Windows Phone platform, this would mean official Facebook software developers are unable to keep track of it too well. Well, earlier this morning, the folks over at Facebook could...