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EA Access now live for all Xbox One owners

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Microsoft IFA press event invite for September 4 may tease 'selfie' Lumia 730 reveal

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Verizon Lumia 830 specs rumored to include 20.1 MP PureView camera, 4.5-inch display

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Although all eyes are focused on the imminent release of the HTC One (M8) for Windows, Verizon is expected to get also get a mid-range phone dubbed the Lumia 830. The Lumia 830 goes by the codename Tesla/Superman, and as the model number suggests, it is a 2014 replacement for the aging Lumia 820.

Over at TK Tech News, a site that is making waves recently with some of their leaks (which they shamelessly pay for), a new photo reveals a Windows Phone lit up in the dark, and it is supposedly the Lumia 830 for Verizon. The image in the video is unremarkable as it could be any Windows Phone, but the phone is being sent directly to TK Tech News who will presumably do a full hands-on if it proves to be accurate.

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How to update your Xbox One controller

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New rumors of Cortana for Windows 'Threshold' claim it currently runs as an app

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Xbox One game console coming to Russia September 26

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Microsoft to launch new Nokia 130 feature phone, may be last of its kind

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2 years ago

Deal of the Day: Incipio Feather Hard Shell for Nokia Lumia 521

Today Only: Buy the Incipio Feather Hard Shell for Nokia Lumia 521 and save 36%

Lightweight and durable, the Feather Case for Lumia 521 is engineered to provide inconspicuous protection. The snap-on application of this hard case allows for quick installation when needed and its soft touch finish provides a comfortable grip in the hand. Colors include black, pink, cyan and gray.

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2 years ago

Latest ProShot app update improves its startup time and more

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Skwirmy Free, a Windows Phone game of survival

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Skwirmy Free, a Windows Phone game of survival

Skwirmy Free is a Windows Phone game that is reminiscent of the old Snake games but with a survival twist. You play the role of a worm that goes around eating up the neighborhood, seeing how large you can grow and avoid being eaten by the other bugs.

The more Skwirmy eats, the longer he becomes. This makes maneuvering skwirmy around the game screen a little more challenging and makes skwirmy a larger target for the other bugs to attack. The game has nice graphics, a decent challenge but lacks that intangible that keeps you drawn into the game.

Available for 512MB devices, Skwirmy is a decent game but I don't think it's strong enough to be your go-to Windows Phone gaming title.

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2 years ago

BBC iPlayer coming to Xbox One 'by the end of this year'

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2 years ago

Sky Sports on Now TV gets a little more affordable

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British premium television provider, Sky, has announced some changes to its online only Now TV service with a new weekly subscription option for the Sky Sports package. Previously you needed to hand over £9.99 a day to watch Sky's premium sports channels but from this coming Thursday there will be an option to pay £10.99 for a weeks viewing.

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2 years ago

Microsoft's latest Surface Pro 3 commercials target the MacBook Air

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While the first Surface Pro 3 commercial showcased the best features offered by Microsoft's latest tablet, its latest videos pit the Surface Pro 3 against the MacBook Air. The three new commercials highlight the features offered by the Surface Pro 3 that are not present on the MacBook Air, which include a touchscreen, kickstand, stylus and a detachable keyboard.

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2 years ago

Despicable Me: Minion Rush update brings Jelly Lab, new costumes and more

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New Microsoft project turns first person videos into smooth timelapses

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A new project being undertaken at Microsoft Research involves turning first person videos into smooth timelapses, which Microsoft calls hyperlapses. Normally, when a first person video is sped up into a timelapse, the footage is shaky due to the constant movement. Microsoft's project aims to fix that by running the video through its algorithms to create a smoother camera path.

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