Since writing this post, the link has been pulled down by Microsoft. Users will have to wait for an official release to test out the new twitter integration. Tom Warren tweeted not too long ago that the Twitter beta app leaked. Upon downloading it, it was noticed that the apps primary addition is integration with [...]
I have spent quite a while trying to start this particular post right. To state the obvious, Microsoft’s Mobile platform is experiencing its second coming of sorts.To liken their mobile strategy to the story of Jesus Christ, Windows Phone 7 was somewhat of a birth and resurrection of what was at some point, the god of [...]
Windows Phone 8.1 introduces a bevy of new features that are bound to make the majority of present and future users extremely happy with the platform. We noted one hidden gem many of our readers will find helpful a few hours ago: ability to check call duration. Now, here is another cool and vital feature [...]
Windows Phone users were given a pretty nice gift on Monday, April 14th. Microsoft released the developer preview of its hotly anticipated Windows Phone 8.1 update. Although called a developer preview, any Windows Phone 8 user can grab the update. We provide the extremely simple process in another post. Outside of the numerous all in your [...]
According to 2013 research conducted by mobile marketing expert Upstream tagged “The Next mobile frontier”, Nigerians covet HTC and Blackberry devices above the others at an equal 16%. A close second with 15% of the tally was Apple and then Samsung. Curiously absent on that list is the former powerhouse Nokia, although the company still commands [...]
Now count this as interesting yet too early to deduce a conclusion; Nokia announced today via its official Weibo account that its Nokia X has exceeded one million preorders in just four days. The watch word here is preorders. The device is yet to be released and isn’t scheduled to be out for another week [...]
Hot off the heels of its launch in India and the Phillipines, the first African country to get a taste of the Droid on Nokia devices is Kenya. Nokia which has a 10% smartphone marketshare in the country intends to capitalize on the 10,000 to 15,000 shilling price range of devices which accounts for over [...]
Disclaimer: This rant was written in one seating. It had no beginning or an intended end. It was not revised with new information added except basic sentence and punctuation editing. It is as pure as it possibly can be. (OK I lied, this disclaimer was written at the end but moved to the beginning. And [...]
As part of its name change from Skydrive to OneDrive, Microsofts premiere cloud storage offering has also launched an official app for Blackberry 10 devices. OneDrive is a cloud storage solution similar to Google Drive, Dropbox and Box. Like these offerings, onedrive features: Automatically back up pictures and videos you capture on your device. Share [...]
The folks at Unleashed the phones have provided a gem of a video for individuals anxious to see Microsoft’s response to Siri and Google Now, known so far as Cortana. Cortana is expected to me a flavor of both Siri when it comes to interactions and Google Now when it comes to feeding you contextual [...]
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