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This is how a financial analyst uses his Surface Pro 3

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Evolve update with new monster and hunters to mature on March 31

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Official tastecard app for Windows Phone provides access to top restaurant deals

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3 days ago

ESPN Hub gets a major makeover to become ESPN App on Windows Phone 8.1

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Although official sports apps tend to share the same status as banking apps on Windows Phone – that is, ignored – ESPN is not one of them. This morning version 1.0 of the ESPN App, formerly known as the ESPN Hub, went live in the Store.

The new ESPN App looks to have been completely re-written and ready for Windows Phone 8.1. We last wrote about ESPN Hub back in December, 2013 so this makeover has been a long time in the making.

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3 days ago

Carphone Warehouse is offering the SIM-free Lumia 830 for just £199

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Microsoft rolling out beta invites for Skype on the web

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Opera Mini beta for Windows Phone gets minor update

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3 days ago

VLC updated for Windows Phone and Windows 8.1, mostly with bug fixes

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3 days ago

PacTruck - an adventurous arcade game for Windows Phone

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3 days ago

Review: Resident Evil Revelations 2 on Xbox One

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Review: Resident Evil Revelations 2 on Xbox One

The undead of Resident Evil are a fitting metaphor for a franchise with one foot in the grave.

Since the departure of Shinji Mikami, Resident Evil has arguably become a decrepit shadow of its former self, mutated with spin-offs and genre hybridity as Capcom seek to broaden the brand's audience.

Resident Evil 2 is widely regarded as one of the greatest horror games ever made, and is a personal favourite. Watching the franchise rot like one of its iconic undead monstrosities has been a painful endeavour. What made Resident Evil 5 scary wasn't to be found in chilling atmosphere, tense and vulnerable gameplay, but instead in catastrophically poor design choices. Resident Evil had become a linear action arcade shooter with wilfully awful controls and an utterly absent minded plot. Resident Evil 5 had no idea what game it wanted to be, and I felt so wronged by it that I haven't touched the franchise since, until now.

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3 days ago

Lumia 640 listed on Microsoft Ireland as 'coming soon'

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Camera360 Sight update lets you call upon Cortana to take selfies

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One of the most feature-filled camera apps on Windows Phone, Camera360 Sight, picked up an update today that introduces a neat trick if you're one to take a lot of selfies. The app now supports Cortana voice commands, which means that you can use the phrase "Cortana, take a selfie" from within the app to take a photo from the front-facing shooter (or the rear camera) automatically.

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4 days ago

Five great Lenovo laptops

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Five great Lenovo laptops

In love with Lenovo laptops, but not sure what they're offering these days? We've got a few of their best options here.

Lenovo is well-known for its lineup of no-nonsense laptops. Productivity fiends are instantly enamored with the ThinkPad brand, and minus a few missteps, it has delivered. Here you'll find a healthy mix of consumer-friendly convertible laptops, heavy-duty work machines, and even a dash of high-performance gaming.

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4 days ago

'Windows apps' is the new and simple label for universal Windows 10 software

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4 days ago

The Fitbit mobile app now lets you sync multiple trackers to your account

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File this one under first-world problems but if you are like us and own multiple Fitbit trackers (collect them all!) you no longer have to decide which to wear. In a backend update, Fitbit has thrown the switch to let users synchronize multiple Fitbit Trackers to their account through the mobile app.

Previously, if you owned the more rugged and full-featured Surge and the leaner Charge HR, you would have to pair only one to your account. The other device would essentially be kicked out from tracking until you repaired it.

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