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What does the future of Windows Mobile look like?

Microsoft who originally launched their first smartphones back in 2002, compared to both Apple and Google (launching in 2007 and 2008 respectively) have been in the smartphone game a lot longer than their main competitors, but looking at their current marketshare they look more like the underdog. 496 more words


Setting up Gmail on a Windows Mobile Device

Did you know it is possible to setup a Gmail© account on a Windows Mobile Device? By setting up email you can send and receive files as long as there is an internet connection. 56 more words


News | Skype Now Hides IP Addresses by Default

To beef up security for users — especially those in the gaming community — Skype will now hide IP addresses by default.

The Microsoft-owned chat service recently introduced the ability to hide your IP address, but has now enabled this setting by default in the latest version of its desktop and mobile apps. 194 more words


Coship Moly X arrives in the States for $299.99

REDMOND, Wash. — Just when you thought Microsoft was finished in mobile, another ODM sets out to prove you wrong.

Coship, a Beijing ODM, released its Moly X mobile phone on Martin Luther King Day in the States. 119 more words

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Tips | How to Speed Up Windows 10

As PC hardware continues to improve in speed, so does software, and Windows 10is no exception. This is especially true of startup time: If you upgrade from Windows 7 or earlier, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how fast your machine is ready for action. 1,519 more words


HP's Falcon Windows 10 Phone To Be Announced At MWC

Recent reports suggest that HP Falcon isn’t just a unicorn, it’s actually real and the Windows 10 device may be unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February. 174 more words


Microsoft Not Concerned Over Declination in Mobile Market Share

Microsoft has a lot on its plate and the company doesn’t seem concerned with it’s mobile operating system market share that has always been low compared to Android and iOS. 320 more words