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Microsoft launches Bing Rewards on iOS and Android; coming soon to Windows Phone

Microsoft launches Bing Rewards on iOS and Android; coming soon to Windows Phone

Microsoft has a Bing Rewards program set up to enable you to earn credits by simply using services available. By earning said credits and redeeming them for rewards, you can pocket awesome items like gift cards for Amazon, Xbox, Skype and more, or even donate your hard-earned credits to schools or charities. Previously, Bing Rewards was only possible through web browsers on a laptop or...

Rich Edmonds 358
Asus still bets on the Android/Windows 8 hybrid - introduces the TD300 at CES 2014

Asus still bets on the Android/Windows 8 hybrid - introduces the TD300 at CES 2014

The creation of Android/Windows 8 hybrid machines is nothing new. I personally wrote an editorial a month ago, entitled "A Tale of Split Personalities: Windows 8-Android Hybrids", that concentrated on the negative effects these machines could have on the Windows 8 ecosystem.  This year at CES 2014, the trend continues as Asus announced its Transformer Book Duet TD300. The unit itself...

Michael Archambault 100
Document shows Microsoft planned to take on Android through unconventional means

Document shows Microsoft planned to take on Android through unconventional means

Microsoft has recently discussed internally somewhat unconventional tactics to help drag Windows Phone up to the level of Android, closing the gap at a faster rate. The Information has had the opportunity to look at internal documentation, which covers numerous scenarios as to how Microsoft planned to compete against Google in the industry. Head past the break for the full read. We'll...

Rich Edmonds 91
Windows Phone grows to 4 percent market share in Q3 2013; Android, iOS stay flat

Windows Phone grows to 4 percent market share in Q3 2013; Android, iOS stay flat

According to Canalys, and independent analyst firm, Windows Phone grew its share of pie to four percent in Q3 2013, while Android and iOS stayed static. The report cited that nearly a quarter of billion smartphones shipped in the three-month period, a 44 percent year-over-year increase. Windows Phone accounted for 9.2 million of these units, a growth of 185 percent. It is interesting...

Abhishek Baxi 78