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Surface 2 firmware update is available, Surface Pro 3 to get one 'in the coming weeks'

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Xbox One is the first non-smartphone device to get an official Vine app

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Take the State of the Mobile Nations phones survey for a chance at $600 for a new phone!

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Right now it's crazy season for new phones. Between the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Android L, the BlackBerry Passport and Classic, and Windows Phone 8.1. There's never been a hotter time for new gadgets. So we want to know what you think — what phones are you looking forward to, what's important to you in a phone, and what you think of your carrier. So we have a survey, and one lucky survey-taker will win a $600 towards a brand new phone!

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6 days ago

Lumia 1320 from Cricket Wireless finally getting over the air Cyan update

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It's not just you: Bing web search results are currently not working [Update: It's back]

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How to move media Libraries to a microSD card on your Surface Pro 3

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Beginners' Tips Series!

My Surface Pro 3 has quickly become the device I use most often. And since what I do on it is typically limited to writing, crawling the web and communicating with people, my demand for storage is not very high. However, I always make sure that I have plenty of music on my Surface, which can take up a lot of space.

When deciding on which version of the Surface I was going to buy I knew I wanted an Intel i5 processor, which left me with 128GB and 256GB for hard drive options. From a storage perspective, it was a no-brainer for me to go with the 128GB drive. Knowing full well that I could increase the amount of storage at any given time by taking advantage of the Surface's microSD card slot helps with that decision.

Considering I already had a 64GB microSD card sitting at home, it was a decision that saved me $300 over the 256GB model.

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6 days ago

Google study: over half of teenagers use voice search daily

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Nokia Refocus app latest to be rebranded by Microsoft to Lumia Refocus

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Save big on these HTC One M8 tear resistant skin cases today—only $12.95!

The Incipio HTC One M8 NGP case blends the perfect mixture of plastic and silicone into one streamlined design. These cases wrap all the way around your device for a snug, sure fit. The skin itself is completely stretch and tear resistant, yet the exterior's smooth matte finish almost feels like a hard case. Available in 4 different colors!

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6 days ago

Skype Qik lets you replace text conversations with instant video messaging [Update: it's live!]

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Enter OrcKid, a Windows Phone arcade game full of evil sheep to hack and slash

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Enter Orckid is an action packed Windows Phone game where you take control of a young orc warrior who has to hack his way through the various game quests.

The storyline has the Orcs nearing the brink of extinction and it is up to the young Orc warrior to save the day by defeating the enemies of the Orc. Available for low-memory devices, Enter OrcKid has decent graphics and challenging game play.

The game has potential but quirky controls tends to hold this game back and will a little fine-tuning to give Enter OrcKid a better chance of success.

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6 days ago

Leak shows that Acer is working on a 12-inch Aspire Switch with a new design

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Microsoft launches Bing Elections for predicting results of US mid-term vote

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Microsoft has been expanding the use of its Bing search database to provide predictions for things like World Cup matches, NFL games and even reality shows. Now Bing has launched a new service that will not only give US residents tons of information about the upcoming mid-term election on November 4 but will try to predict the results of those races as well.

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Highscreen preparing to launch new affordable Windows Phones in Russia

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Russia-based Highscreen is looking to launch two new Windows Phones. The brand (owned by Vobis Computer) will bring to the market WinWin (pictured above) and WinJoy, two interesting names to match the variety of colors that will be available. These new handsets will be affordable solutions for those looking for an absolute bargain when it comes to picking up a new smartphone.

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Salesforce1 app for Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 now in invite-only testing

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