Twitter for Windows Phone updated, brings lockscreen tweets, themes and more

Twitter has just updated its Windows Phone app and added some great new additional features. What's new? Check after the break. Twitter 3.0.0.0 brings: Select your favorite Twitter accounts and receive notifications when they Tweet Customize your Twitter backdrop with either a dark or light theme Pin keyword searches to your home screen for quick access to Tweets on a topic Easily surface great content with improvements to Search and...

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Cut the Rope: Experiments, $0.99 from the Windows Phone Store – Video Review

Cut The Rope: Experiments is a sequel to Cut the Rope, one of the best physics-based puzzle games. Check the video review after the break. The little green monster Om Nom is back and hungrier than ever! Team up with the Professor, a mad (but not bad!) scientist determined to study Om Nom's candy-loving behavior through a series of experiments. Use suction cups and other funny devices to collect shiny gold stars, uncover hidden prizes...

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Samsung Omnia W Review

Main features & specs: 3.7" 16M-color capacitive Super AMOLED touchscreen of WVGA resolution (480 x 800 pixels) Pixel density one of the best in the class at 252ppi Dual-band 3G with HSDPA 14.4 Mbps and HSUPA 5.76Mbps 1.4GHzQualcomm MSM8255Snapdragon CPU, Adreno 205 GPU, 512MB of RAM 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash 720p video recording @30fps 8GB of built-in storage Standard 3.5mm audio jack Standard microUSB port...

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Wifi “Issue” on Windows Phone to Be Fixed Soon

One of the issues that has been plaguing Windows Phone users since it came out was the fact that your WiFi connection turns itself off as soon as your device locks itself. This has always made very little sense to me and there has even been a few apps developed for the market place to fool the phone to keep the WiFi on. Sadly they only worked part of the time and in some cases even made your phone "buggy". Now it seems that Microsoft...

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Windows Phone 8 vs. Windows Phone 7.5 – Speed Test

The guys over at WinSource compare the HTC 8X running Windows Phone 8 and a HTC Trophy running Windows Phone 7.5. Check the video after the break. As they stated in the comment comparing the 8X against the Trophy is not a fair fight (1.5GHz dual-core against a 1GHz single-core processor) but it gives us a clear picture that the Windows Phone 8 devices are more capable and worth upgrading if you are Windows Phone fan....

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