Nokia Branding and Nokia Tune Leaving Shortly, According to Leaks

According to the reliable source evLeaks, the Nokia branding will coming off all Lumia devices that will be released in the future. We've known that would eventually happen, but the leaks point to it occurring sooner than many expected. Not only that, but "Connecting People"  and the iconic "Nokia Tune" will be leaving at the same time. There was a bunch of other interesting information to be gleamed from this document. The more...

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Fitbit Announces its Support for Windows Phone

Wearable fitness devices are all the rage these days from step tracking to sleeping patterns these little devices do it all.  However Windows Phone has been left out this trend for lack of support from device makers.  Well that's all about to change one of the major wearable fitness makers have committed to the Windows Phone OS. In a recent forum post Fibit stated: "Fitbit is developing an application for Windows Phone 8.1. Thank you...

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SwiftKey App Going Freemium With Version 5.0

SwiftKey is a very popular keyboard app for Android devices and is about to get even bigger when it goes live in the iOS app store for the first time shortly.  This app use to have two choices: a limited timed trial app and a premium paid version. Now there's one app that's available free to all, though there are a few paid add-on options. These add ons will purchased in the Swiftkey store and include over 30 themes to choose...

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Nokia Shows Off It’s Foldable Phone Screens

Just because Nokia got gobbled up by tech giant Microsoft doesn't mean the company hasn't been working on a bunch of cool stuff at the time of the buyout. Last week at a little known expo called the Society for Display Information (Display Week 2014 in San Diego.) Nokia showed off two displays they have been working on two 5.9-inch screens. (with 720 x 1280 pixel resolution) What makes these screens different from the others on the...

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Nokia Lumia 920 the Overlooked Budget Device?

It seems in the wireless industry today there is a new push toward "budget devices" from the Moto G, to the Lumia 520 low end is the new black.  However more often then not the best deal for your money is an older flagship that still has power to do what you want with a modern hardware features.  The device that fits that bill? The Nokia Lumia 920. The while the Lumia 920 is an aging device with only a dual core processor the...

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