The last checkbox has been checked. First Nokia shareholders approved of Microsoft’s plan to sell their devices and services division to Microsoft. Next the US Justice Department and FTC approved of the deal. Today the last word of approval has been given by the European Union.
The great SnapChat app “6snap” continues to get better and better. Rudy Huyn, the developer, has been hard at work adding new features to his series of “6″ branded apps. For 6snap he has added even more features that you won’t find in any official SnapChat app.
Time to cross another name off the list of missing apps. Mint, the popular free personal finance service, has finally arrived on Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 app.
It’s that time of year again for kids around the world to begin watching the sky for Santa Claus. NORAD has been tracking the big man for many years, and recently they have begun using fancy technology to do so.
And then there were two. The last time we reported on Microsoft’s CEO search the reports said there were four candidates remaining. Today a new report suggests Microsoft has cut the field in half, and is now deciding between two candidates.
After months of speculation, and even a redesign, the long-awaited Windows Store Gift Cards are finally up for sale. Microsoft is selling the Windows Store Gift Cards from their website in $15 and $25 versions. The cards can be used to buy apps, games, and more from the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store.
Almost a year ago the Kickstarter for VLC on Windows 8 ended, since then there hasn’t been many updates. VLC is a popular media player that can be downloaded for Windows 8 as a desktop app, but many users want it to be available from the Windows Store.
Hey look, it’s the Lumia 929…again. Just a day after calling the 929 one of the “most often leaked Windows Phone devices” we are seeing it again. This time we have plenty of photos to feast our eyes on. PhoneArena has posted six photos of the black model, and two camera samples.
Got BOGO on the brain? So does Microsoft. For today only you can purchase one of four AT&T Windows Phones from Microsoft and they will throw in a Lumia 520 for completely free. “Buy One Get One” has never been so sweet.
Microsoft has been hinting at uniting Windows, Windows Phone, and Xbox operating systems for a while. Consumers also have been asking for this. The ability to run Windows Phone apps on a tablet, for example, would be great. According to ZDNet Microsoft is planning to do this with a big update in 2015.