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2 years ago

GroupMe for Windows Phone updated to share location and more

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2 years ago

New Xbox One TV ad has Billy Bob Thornton telling us what 'perfect' means

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2 years ago

Microsoft interns launching camera-equipped balloon into space

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2 years ago

New Nokia 'Lumia 730' to include 1 GB of RAM, Quad-core processor and dual-SIM

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The Lumia 730, known internally as "Superman," is a forthcoming successor to the mid-range Lumia 720 from early 2013. Yesterday, the first photos of the device came forward, along with the new firmware, codenamed 'Debian Red.' At the time, the one piece of the puzzle missing came down to specifications. Luckily, we now have some more information to connect the dots.

According to our source of the original photos the Lumia 730 looks to be the ideal mid-range Windows Phone 8.1 device, as the specifications (if accurate) should please most at this price range.

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2 years ago

Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition for Xbox One to get 1080p support and all PC patches

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2 years ago

Assassin's Creed Pirates boarding Windows and Windows Phone soon

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2 years ago

Get a free Xbox 360 from du UAE with Lumia 1520 purchase

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2 years ago

New Windows Phone video shows how you can add your interests to Cortana

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2 years ago

Lumia 635 now available on TELUS

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2 years ago

The original Timberman is now available for Windows Phone too (Digital Melody)

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One issue in writing reviews in advance is the scene can change right beneath your feet. Case in point with Timberman, a game we reviewed this morning. Timberman is an original game that is popular on Android and iOS, developed by Digital Melody. The game we reviewed this morning is a well-done clone. Late yesterday, Digital Melody released their official version for Windows Phone, and we get caught in the middle. Regardless, you can now head to the Store to get Timberman for your Windows Phone.

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2 years ago

AT&T's super green Lumia 1520 finally gets official (again)

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On Tuesday, late night, we reported that the bright green Lumia 1520 with 16GB of storage was available to purchase from AT&T. However, a few things were odd. For one, AT&T did not announce it and two, it was at midnight when it went live. Some of you then noticed the new green variant disappeared from the AT&T site, and well, you have someone jumping the gun early.

No worries, as AT&T is now making the amazingly bright and massive green Lumia 1520 available for purchase, even alerting the press this time. Even better, local stores in our area are all reporting that it is in-stock and ready to buy, which just put a huge "OMG that is so tempting" hex on us.

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2 years ago

250K Games - Timberman, a delightful game that will bring out your inner lumberjack

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If you're in search of a fun time waster game for your Windows Phone, give 250K Games - Timberman a try. The game is incredibly simple to pick up but, as is often said, a challenge to master.

The mechanics are simple and the gaming concept easy. The challenge comes with the game's pace, which can easily overwhelm you and send your lumberjack to his grave. Timberman is available for low-memory devices and while there is one navigational bug, the game is a great addition to the Windows Phone gaming library.

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2 years ago

Microsoft discontinues Skype for Windows Phone 7

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2 years ago

Deal of the Day: Nokia 1A Micro-USB Car Charger DC-17

2 years ago

The Line Football - a fun little time waster of a Windows Phone game

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The Line Football is an incredibly simple yet frustratingly challenging time waster of a game for Windows Phone 8. The game is an endless runner styled game where you are challenged to guide a soccer ball down a path, dodging annoying football players and seeing how far you can go.

The Line Football game is available for 512MB devices and while I may the last person to recommend a soccer/football game, it is a game worth adding to your Windows Phone library.

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