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Windows Phone 8.1 vs. Android 4.4 KitKat: Microsoft plays catch-up ...

Microsoft has spent the last few years struggling to gain relevance in the mobile world, which is an unfamiliar situation for the undisputed king of desktop software. Android was already starting its meteoric rise as Windows Phone launched in 2010, but the open nature, customizability, and rapid update cycle have helped Google’s platform take the lion’s share of the mobile market. Now...

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  • Windows Phone 8.1 vs. Android 4.4 KitKat: Microsoft plays catch-up, but still ...

    04/03/14 ,via ExtremeTech

    Microsoft has spent the last few years struggling to gain relevance in the mobile world, which is an unfamiliar situation for the undisputed king of desktop software. Android was already starting its meteoric rise as Windows Phone launched in 2010, but

  • Windows Phone 8.1: When it's coming, and how to get it

    04/04/14 ,via Digital Trends

    Microsoft has announced Windows Phone 8.1, its first major update to the Windows Phone mobile operating system, which introduces a virtual personal assistant named Cortana, several cool design tweaks, and a host of new features. If you're wondering 

  • Microsoft targets Android, makes Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 free on all ...

    04/03/14 ,via ExtremeTech

    When Microsoft relaunched its mobile strategy with Windows Phone 7 way back in 2010, the small licensing fee was presented as a good thing. OEMs would pay Microsoft a few dollars per device and have the backing of the company's massive patent 

  • The Most Exciting New Features of the Latest Windows Phone OS

    04/02/14 ,via Wired

    For the homescreen, you can add more tiles, or choose a custom image to paint your screen's live tiles for a truly personal (and color coordinated) phone experience. I've thought Windows Phone is the best-looking mobile platform for a while now, and

  • Microsoft to offer Windows for free on phones, tablets

    04/02/14 ,via Reuters

    Microsoft's move, announced at its annual developers conference in San Francisco, is an attempt to broaden the small user base of mobile versions of Windows, in the hope that more customers will end up using Microsoft's money-making, cloud-based 

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  • Build 2014 recap: Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 8.1 Update, and the Start menu returns

    04/05/14 ,via Winbeta

    but if the WinBeta poll is anything to go by it is something that is going to go down well with users of Windows. On the mobile front, Windows Phone 8.1 was officially announced, and one of the most exciting aspects is Cortana. We had already heard quite a ...

  • Is Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Giving Away The House To Get A Window In Mobile?

    04/04/14 ,via ustrademedia.com

    So Microsoft is essentially giving away the house here to level the playing field and get more people to start using Windows on their mobile devices. There’s an App for Office Too This Free Windows announcement follows on the heels of another big freebie ...

  • Opinion: A new era for Microsoft?

    04/05/14 ,via 9News

    Windows Mobile; Surface….you get the idea. In some instances, it's not that the products or services were all that bad. But the manner in which Microsoft brought them to market somehow managed to leave a bad taste in mouths of those who were ...


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