Another mega-hit has come to Windows Phone. The hugely popular game Angry Gran Run is now available in the Windows Phone Store. This game is a member of the “free runner” genre like Temple Run, but it has some quirky twists.
The popular form of communication these days is video. It seems that every social network eventually adds the ability to send videos. Vine, Instagram, and SnapChat app have it. Why not WhatsApp? Why not indeed. In the laatest version of WhatsApp beta for Windows Phone you can send videos to friends.
Lately there has been some buzz about a new Samsung model number that some say is a Windows Phone device. The model number in question is SM-W750V. The argument is the “W” stands for Windows, however some quick research shows that is not the case at all.
This week on the podcast we talk about John Legere and his battle with AT&T, Joe’s Nokia Lumia 1520 review, Android 4.4.1, and much more! Click through to listen!
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be behind us, but that isn’t stopping Microsoft from throwing one heck of a sale at us. On Monday they will be offering the Dell Venue 8 Pro for just $99 from Microsoft Stores and online for a limited time.
Bing Maps for Windows 8 is probably one of the most overlooked apps. Most Windows 8 users will just pull up maps in the web browser, forgetting that there is an app for it. Microsoft is working on a new version of Bing Maps for Windows 8.1 that could make more people take notice.
Earlier this week we reported on a rumor that claimed Microsoft was down to two candidates for CEO. One of the candidates was Ford CEO Alan Mulally. Today Edsel Ford II, board member and great-grandson of Henry Ford, told Bloomberg that Mulally will be staying with Ford through 2014.
Getting food delivered just got a lot easier. Delivery.com, the website that has over 10,000 participating restaurants, has just released their Windows Phone app. U.S. users can now easily look up their favorite eating establishments and order food from anywhere.
This is the one word that best describes the Nokia Lumia 1520. Everything is big about it. Big screen, big body, big processor, big camera, and big impact. Windows Phone users have been begging for a “phablet,” and with the Lumia 1520 they got every bit of it.
Recycling is all the rages these days, and for good reason. Tech companies have finally started to take it seriously, too. Nokia has been one to boast about their sustainability credentials, but now they are taking it a step further.