Daniel Rubino

Daniel Rubino is executive editor of Windows Central. He has been covering Microsoft since 2009 back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Surface, HoloLens, Xbox, and future computing visions. Follow him on Twitter: @daniel_rubino.

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Discussing cameras and the future of Windows Phone with Nokia's Juha Alakarhu

Discussing cameras and the future of Windows Phone with Nokia's Juha Alakarhu

Daniel Rubino 46

Although Nokia was not announcing any new Lumia Windows Phones here at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, they were still present here making sure people know that they mean business. Luckily for us their photo guru, Juha Alakarhu, was there to take our questions regarding cameras and the future of mobile camerawork. Being in charge of Nokia’s imaging for their Lumia line gives him special insight...

Skulls of the Shogun coming to Windows Phone, XBLA, and Windows 8 on January 30th

Skulls of the Shogun coming to Windows Phone, XBLA, and Windows 8 on January 30th

Paul Acevedo 60

We’re still unsure about the next couple of weeks, but the drought of Xbox game releases for Windows Phone will definitely cease by the end of the month. Microsoft has made a rare advance release date announcement for a mobile game – and it’s a good one. At long last, Skulls of the Shogun from 17-Bit and Microsoft Studios will debut on January 30th for Windows Phone 7 and 8, Xbox Live...

Nokia exclusives: Picnic Wars now available, Spy Mouse debuts on Windows Phone 8

Nokia exclusives: Picnic Wars now available, Spy Mouse debuts on Windows Phone 8

Paul Acevedo 32

You might have noticed that yesterday’s editorial/news piece about the extended Xbox release drought Windows Phone is currently experiencing made no mention of Nokia exclusives. After all, those exclusives don’t do people who own non-Nokia devices any good. Not one Nokia Xbox game has become available for all Windows Phone devices so far, even six months after the debut of Mirror’s Edge...