First image of Windows only branded smartphone
Sep15

First image of Windows only branded smartphone

When HTC and Microsoft launched the HTC One M8 on the Windows Phone platform last month there was a subtle hint in the name towards the future of the ecosystem. The device was called the HTC One M8 for Windows, with Microsoft choosing not to use “Windows Phone” because the company instead wants to unify the platform. Microsoft is eager for there to be no differentiating names between its products and the company wants the brand to be...

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HTC One M8 for Window First Impressions
Sep09

HTC One M8 for Window First Impressions

Every once in while a phone comes along that makes me just want to caress it and hold it no matter the brand or the operating system. That phone for me was the original HTC One. I first got to hold it when I was covering the Nokia Lumia 1020 launch, because a buddy of mine was testing it and brought it to the event. So naturally when HTC announced that they launched the One M8 for Windows I had to have to it. Yesterday I went out and...

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Windows Phone New Lockscreen Demo’d
Jul22

Windows Phone New Lockscreen Demo’d

During the Windows Phone 8.1 introduction there were a ton of new features shown off and almost all of them have made it to the Windows Phone 8.1 preview expect for one.  That was the new and improved lock screen.  Then last week Joe Belfiore (head of Windows Phone/Tablet/PC product definition & design) tweeted that this feature was only a week or so of coming out in beta form. Now a hands on video of these new lock screen...

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Microsoft States $99 Tablet Coming Plus $199  Notebooks Coming
Jul14

Microsoft States $99 Tablet Coming Plus $199 Notebooks Coming

Looks like Microsoft has started to take cues from the success Google is having with with it's Android/Chrome OS across all platforms.  First Microsoft makes the Windows/Windows Phone operating system free.  Then they tweaked it to run on lower spec'd devices all to get to the point of competing with the lower priced Android devices and it looks like they will succeed this fall. Microsoft's chief operating officer Kevin Turner...

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Are You Ready for a $100 Windows 8.1 Tablet?

In what looks to be the first in a wave of super low end, super affordable Windows 8.1 tablets the Emdoor EM-i8080 was introduced at Computex 2014. The specs on this device aren't that impressive however for the price point the fact that it runs Windows 8.1 "with Bing" is impressive enough. What does a $100 get you exactly? Check out the specs below: 8 inch display 1280 x 800 IPS screen 1GB RAM 16GB SSD 1.8GHz Bay Trail SoC Intel Atom...

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