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Angry Birds celebrates its 5th birthday with Windows Phone update

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(Ended!) Buy an unlocked or no-contract Lumia 830 for just $200 from Microsoft

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Sometimes sales come along that is too good to be true. This may be the case with this promo code through the Microsoft Store, which subtracts a full $200 from a Lumia 830. The deal applies to the unlocked, open carrier version of the Lumia 830 or the no-contract AT&T version, which also includes a free Fitbit Flex.

To take advantage of this deal, just go to the online Microsoft Store and pick which Lumia 830 you wish to purchase. During checkout, enter in Lumia830nt9fvw for the promo code and watch $200 drop off of your total.

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Realarm alarm clock app for Windows Phone updated with better Cortana support

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Game Troopers: Dedicated Xbox for Windows Phone publisher seeks Lead Programmer for 'drastic' expansion

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Windows Phone app developers to see revamped payments system soon

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Slender the Arrival review: A short and terrifying game for Xbox One, 360, and Windows

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Slender Man (or Slendy, as his friends call him) was created by a forum poster in 2009, according to Wikipedia. A blurry, faceless man added to old photographs, the character soon caught the imagination of online horror fans of all ages. YouTube videos and several indie games followed, most notably a free downloadable title called Slender: The Eight Pages.

That game would serve as the inspiration for its much larger sequel Slender: The Arrival from Canadian developer Blue Isle Studios. This one casts players as several severely screwed people who are being stalked by the sinister Slender Man and his minions. Slender: The Arrival has just arrived on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, after launching on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Windows in 2013 and 2014.

Slender might just be the scariest game I've played. Read on for more details and to witness me freaking out in our exciting hands-on video!

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BT returns to the mobile phone market with new 4G LTE plans

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Save 50% on HTC One M8 Dot View cases today!

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Report says Microsoft will reveal new Surface tablet with low-power Intel chip at Build 2015

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Popular arena shooter Crimsonland makes its Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 debut

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Instagram client 6tag picks up some more editing features to remove usertags, fix geolocation

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Bubble Pirates for Windows Phone game - bursting bubbles on the high seas

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If you are in search of an enjoyable Windows Phone game to pass the time with, take a gander at Bubble Pirates. It is a bubble burst styled game that doesn't really follow the traditional layout of such games. It does follow the match-three rules for bursting bubbles but each of the 100 plus levels includes a challenge that has to be met before you can advance to the next level.

Available for low-memory Windows Phones, Bubble Pirates also includes Boss fights with its multiple gaming modes. Graphics are nice, game play challenging and overall we can see why Bubble Pirates is among the top New and Rising Windows Phone games.

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Opera Mini 8.0 beta update brings a more modern user interface

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myAT&T update for Windows Phone allows you to check your rollover data balance

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Epix streaming app lands on the Xbox One

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