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Review: Nokia Lumia 530

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Review: Nokia Lumia 530

Is the Lumia 530 the best Windows Phone you can buy on a budget? Let's find out.

The Lumia 520 is the best-selling Windows Phone of all time. Announced during Mobile World Congress 2013 by Nokia, as of a few months ago the Lumia 520 has over 12 million activations. The Lumia 520 represented tremendous value when it launched, and it is still the most popular Windows Phone in the majority of markets. This reason is why its successor, the Lumia 530, has a high bar to reach.

At launch, you'll find the Lumia 530 for well under $100 in the United States and in Europe for about €85. This price-point makes it the cheapest Lumia to date and one of the most affordable Windows Phones in general. However, in 2014, does the Lumia 530 live up to the Lumia 520?

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Rock these durable, slim cases for HTC One M8 and save 35% today!

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British Airways receives gorgeous update with new UI and features

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Windows 10's desktop-to-tablet UI switching features could see public testing in a few months

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T-Mobile quietly upgrades 2G network security

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T-Mobile US is quietly upgrading the security of their older 2G network, moving to more advanced encryption that prevents eavedropping. The new, more secure network has already been deployed in at least three locations, New York, Washington, and Boulder, Colorado. The T-Mobile 2G network has previously relied on older A5/1 encryption, with the new security standard known as A5/3.

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New Graphics Amplifier add-on gives a desktop GPU boost to Alienware 13 laptop

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What's the hidden code on Joe Belifore's Windows 10 Insider t-shirt?

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Lightomania delivers a fun puzzle game to the Windows Phone gaming library

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Lightomania is a lively Windows Phone puzzle game that has you bouncing and shooting fuzzy little creatures where they can gobble up a hanging light. You'll bounce the fuzzy creatures off each other and navigate around an assortment of obstacles and dangers to get to the light bulb.

Available for low-memory devices, Lightomania is full of colorful animations and challenging puzzles to conquer. The game has seen a fair amount of success on other platforms and in playing Lightomania over the past few days; I can see that success carrying over to the Windows Phone version.

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Top Gear: Race The Stig gets Halloween-themed content in latest update

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Latest AdDuplex numbers show Windows Phone 8.1 finally overtaking Windows Phone 8.0

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Joe Belfiore showcases new Windows 10 trackpad gestures

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Microsoft's Joe Belfiore today showed off some new features coming to the Windows 10 technical preview. In the opening keynote for Tech Ed 2014, Belfiore ran the audience through new trackpad gestures that will further enhance the user experience for power users, who require efficient shortcuts to save valuable seconds while switching between multiple programs. As well as the new trackpad gestures, Belfiore also demonstrated improved window snapping for multiple displays.

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Microsoft announces new SDKs for Windows, Android and iOS, teams up with IFTTT and others

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Microsoft is live streaming Tech Ed Europe right now

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OneDrive updated with new UI, business account support

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T-Mobile reports largest quarterly growth in company history

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T-Mobile has just announced its third quarter 2014 financial report, showing strong growth in several areas. The carrier reported its biggest growth quarter in company history with adding 2.3 million customers in the third quarter alone. In addition the company is reporting that it has already reached its year-end goal for LTE coverage, already having covered 250 million Americans, and it is targeting 300 million by the end of 2015. The company also said service revenues grew 10.6 percent year-over-year to $5.7 billion.

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