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2 years ago

Lumia 430 vs Lumia 435: How different are they?

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2 years ago

State of Decay: Year-One Survival Edition's debut trailer shows off zombie slaying in full HD

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2 years ago

Maestro email client launches in full for Windows Phone, free for 24 hours!

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Back in September 2014, we announced Maestro, a brand new email client coming for Windows Phone 8.1. The email client promised to be a full-featured app for Gmail, Outlook, and Yahoo! Mail. The app entered in a public preview for a few months before going back under wraps for the winter.

Today, Maestro 1.0 is here, and boy has it improved. From new features to performance improvements, Maestro has a clean slate going forward. The developers behind Maestro, Hidden Pineapple, are promising many new features for future builds, including conversations, better avatar support, more gestures, bug fixes, and improvements.

Even better? Maestro runs for $1.99 but if you download it today, it is yours for free forever. This offer is only good for the next 24-hours, so grab it now!

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2 years ago

Xbox 360 game disc scratching class action lawsuit revived

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2 years ago

Xiaomi says Windows 10 ROM project for Mi 4 is an 'experimental program'

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2 years ago

Microsoft and Fuji Xerox update their cross-licensing patent agreement

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2 years ago

Lumia Camera: A tale of three, very confusing apps

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Lumia Camera: A tale of three, very confusing apps

Earlier this morning, we reported that Lumia Camera Classic was updated in addition to Lumia Camera.

However, many of you running certain Lumias noted that there was no update to Lumia Camera. As it turns out, there are now three 'Lumia Camera' apps although you cannot download all of them. The one updated this morning is for non-PureView and Legacy PureView Lumias while Lumia Camera Classic is for new PureView phones that are not yet on Denim.

Confused? So are we, so let's break it down.

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2 years ago

Microsoft will let you upgrade to Windows 10 for free, even if you're running a pirated version [Updated]

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Update Microsoft has now sent a statement to Polygon that says even if pirates do update their old non-licensed version of Windows to Windows 10, they will still be using an un-licensed software product. Here's Microsoft's new statement:

"We have always been committed to ensuring that customers have the best Windows experience possible. With Windows 10, although non-Genuine PCs may be able to upgrade to Windows 10, the upgrade will not change the genuine state of the license. Non-Genuine Windows is not published by Microsoft. It is not properly licensed, or supported by Microsoft or a trusted partner. If a device was considered non-genuine or mis-licensed prior to the upgrade, that device will continue to be considered non-genuine or mis-licensed after the upgrade."

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2 years ago

Belgium-based Belfius Bank launches its Windows Phone app

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2 years ago

Should you buy the Dell XPS 13?

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Should you buy the Dell XPS 13?

Is the Dell XPS 13 the right laptop for you? Check out these reviews to find out.

It's been a few months since Dan has given his hands-on with the Dell XPS 13, and lots of other owners have weighed in with their opinions. We're rounding up critic opinions and giving a brief tour of the Windows laptop so folks considering a purchase can get a comprehensive perspective on whether or not it's the right move for them. Of course, we welcome existing owners to sound off in the comments with their own experiences as well.

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2 years ago

Easily get rid of duplicate tracks in your Xbox Music library

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2 years ago

This HTC One M8 see-through hard case is now only $14.95 for a limited time

2 years ago

Farming Simulator 15 plows its way to the Xbox One May 19

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2 years ago

Lumia Camera Classic received a small update

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2 years ago

Dog Up – a high flying endless runner game for Windows Phone

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There are plenty of Windows Phone games with potential lining the Store shelves. These are often game titles with a solid concept but ones that fall a little shot on execution. Dog Up is an endless runner game for your Windows Phone that has you piloting a hot air balloon through a maze of obstacles with the goal of collecting as many floating bones as possible.

Dog Up is available for low-memory Windows Phones and is one of the many games that have potential. As is, the game is a challenging and well drawn up title but it just needs a little something, something to push it over the edge.

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