Posts about Windows Phone

In just the matter of a decade, smartphones have completely revolutionised the way that we live our lives. From shopping transactions to social engagements, there’s very little that we do now without the help of our mobile devices. But it’s the world of gaming in particular that has been most dramatically affected by the mobile…

When Microsoft purchased Nokia’s failing mobile division, the world questioned how they were going to alter the fate of the once-popular mobile phone manufacturer that is now on a steep decline. Today, Microsoft announced the Nokia 215. A cheap, $29 mobile phone tailored for developing markets. It’s selling price and features have been adapted to…

As 2014 draws to a close, it’s time to look at where technological innovation was at its best. The smartphone industry has continued to grow with no hints of a slow-down; and with screen sizes increasing with each new release questions have begun to appear on whether smartphones and tablets will soon merge. Below is…

Opera have announced that they have signed a deal with Microsoft to be the default browser on all Nokia X series smartphones. The news comes just after Microsoft have detailed they will be releasing an Android-powered Nokia X2 handset. As part of the deal, Opera will be the default web browser on the latest Nokia…

Blackberry Messenger (BBM) will be coming to Windows Phone as early as next month. The news was confirmed by Blackberry CEO John Chen in their earnings call. BBM was exclusive to Blackberry’s for several years and is arguably the reason why they had such a large market share before the dawn of the iPhone. It…

The latest update by the Unicode Consortium packs 2,834 new characters of which 250 are emojis. Unicode is one of many systems used to convert binary digital signals (1’s and 0’s) to characters you see on your screen. Unicode was drafted to be a universal code used by all manufacturers to ensure characters could be…

Telegram is one of the many cross-platform messaging services available to smartphone users. Similar to the market leader WhatsApp, telegram uses your data plan to send and receive messages and media. Telegram does give itself several unique selling points to try and pull in users from WhatsApp, BBM, VIber and the likes. There is an…

As one of the top wish list items, tablets are increasingly popular with plenty of options to choose from. For anyone considering buying a new tablet, or upgrading to a newer model, check out the guide below. You will find out everything you ever wanted to know about the best tablets money can buy. Which…

After Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19 billion, it became clear that access to users and data was worth money – a lot of money. It comes as no surprise that BlackBerry were quick on the ball to let the world know that they are looking to improve their cross-platform messaging application, well-known as BBM (BlackBerry…

The biggest GTA title from the PS2 era was announced to making it’s way to the mobile world of gaming. Rockstar have now officially announced that Grand Theft Auto will be live on the Apple App Store on 12th December 2013 at midnight. This comes after an official statement was released by Rockstar, the creators…

Rockstar have officially announced that the greatest GTA of the PlayStation 2 era is finally making it’s way to the largest gaming market in the world: Mobile Gaming. The official Rockstar statement stated that the remastered mobile version will be supported on selected iOS, Android, Amazon Kindle and Windows Mobile devices. It will also have support…