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Basic features Windows Phone needs to make Android users interested (and me happy)

I would like to change the keyboard color.

This isn’t about apps and ecosystem. This isn’t about hardware or gimmicky features. This is about the basic mobile phone functions that 90% of users expect to see on their smartphone. Yet, when they switch from Android or iPhone to Windows Phone… they are left confused and let down. As a longtime Windows Phone user […]

HTC announces the new One


Today was a huge day for HTC and Android fanatics all over the world. The newest version of the HTC One has been announced (also known as HTC M8) and packs quite the punch. If you’ve been following the leaks and rumors the past few months you already know most of the details. Only a […]

Photo Gallery: Tablet meets a Phablet

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In the epic mobile dominance battle we sometimes get devices that cross into other territories and impose their will on other devices’ jurisdiction. We’re seeing that now with the image above — the 6-inch Nokia Lumia 1520 smartphone and the  7-inch Kindle Fire HDX tablet. I’ve had the Nokia Lumia 1520 for about a week […]

Deal Alert: AT&T Nokia Lumia 1520 for $99 bucks with contract

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While publishing my hands-on photos of the Nokia Lumia 1520 yesterday I realized that this giant and very powerful phone gives a whole new experience to customers. The large 6-inch display feels more like a small Kindle Fire than a phone which makes reading news, email, and social media updates a breeze. Right now Amazon has […]

Photos: I have the Nokia Lumia 1520 and it’s BIG

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I just got my hands on the new Nokia Lumia 1520 for AT&T. It has a large 6-inch display with Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution. When Nokia contacted me about reviewing this phone, I knew I was in for a surprise. But not this big of  a surprise. It almost feels like I’m holding a […]

Video Demo: 2flicka, a really good Flickr app for Windows Phone — free for a limited time


If you are a fan of sharing photos on Flickr and use Windows Phone, you probably don’t have the greatest experience. The Flickr app for iPhone and Android is miles ahead, even with the Nokia Lumia 1020 (best camera on a phone) running Windows. It’s just too bad. Like many other apps, Windows Phone users […]

Facebook Messenger for Windows Phone now available


Facebook has just released an official Facebook Messenger app for Windows Phone, giving some much-needed love to the neglected mobile operating system. According to the app page, features include: – Get to all your messages without having to open Facebook. – Bring your conversations to life with stickers and send photos privately. – Have group […]

ASUS announces two underwhelming docks for the Nexus 7


ASUS is trying to capitalize on the success of the Nexus 7 tablet by releasing a pair of charging docks for your desk. One is priced at $50 and the second at $90 bucks. Are they worth the price? Let’s take a look at the capabilities of each one… The more basic one allows you […]

On Video: Cortana, Microsoft’s new Windows Phone Voice Assistant, leaked again


Microsoft has sprung a leak again. Well, it seems all the tech companies are having a hard time keeping secrets lately. We showed you screenshots of Cortana that leaked the other day, and now Alvin Wong from Unleash The Phones has posted a video. Have a look: While I wish there was more detail and […]

Review: Camera Grip Accessory for Nokia Lumia 1020

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Nokia’s focus on imaging and camera technology is still top of the pack in the smartphone industry. It’s why I own the Nokia Lumia 1020. It takes great pictures and has a lot of flexibility, easily rivaling most point and shoot cameras. But one thing that still separates the Lumia 1020 and a real camera […]

Screenshots of new Windows Phone voice assistant ‘Cortana’ leaked


It’s no secret that Windows Phone is behind in a lot of areas compared to other mobile operating systems. Perhaps the most apparent is voice assistance. Google has solid voice recognition software and Apple iOS has Siri. Microsoft currently has a decent experience if you try to use it on Windows Phone, but it’s not […]