We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Home / Windows Phone News Monday Brief: Google I/O, BlackBerry Live, the Lumia 925, iOS getting BBM... and a Fond Farewell Ashley Esqueda 20 May 2013 Mobile Nations Podcast Feed Mobile Nations on iTunes Mobile Nations YouTube Debug - Paul Haddad talks Tweebot, Netbot, NeXT, and his beefs with iCloud and AppKit Everything you need to know about Google I/O 2013! From the Editor's Desk: After Google I/O Mystery Google media player drops by the FCC Everything you need to know about BlackBerry Live 2013! Farewell from CrackBerry Live at BlackBerry Live! Behind the scenes of CrackBerry Live! No new news but the webOS Nation forums are still busy! As of today, every major mobile competitor... also makes apps for iOS Hangouts for iPhone and iPad review: Google+ cross-platform messaging service iMore show 349: Live from Orlando The Lumia 925 – Hands on with Nokia's new flagship in video and photos Google to Microsoft: Remove your YouTube App from the Windows Phone Store Itsdagram, the first fully featured Instagram client for Windows Phone 8, is now available! We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. RTS Revival Excited for Age of Empires 4? Here's what we know. Age of Empires 4 is in the works, and real-time strategy fans can't wait to see everything the game entails when it finally launches. Until then we've put together a bunch of important details that give us an idea of what to expect from the game. Melee RPG incoming Project Shaolin: Xbox may be working on a Wu-Tang themed action RPG Project Shaolin looks to be another upcoming Xbox exclusive built in partnership with Brass Lion Entertainment, with a heavy Wu-Tang slant. Here's what we know so far. To buy or not to buy Now that the reviews are in, will you buy a Surface Duo 2? The Surface Duo 2 launched this week and received mixed reviews. Do you plan to purchase Microsoft's new foldable phone? More screen for you Get more from your XPS 13 with these great external monitors The XPS 13 is capable of being your one and only PC, and with a great monitor you can turn it into a desktop with a single cable.