And the Nokia Lumia 929 leaks Saga continues. Today, more images of the purported Nokia Lumia 929 surfaced from Mexico, showing us glimpses of the alleged handset.
I had to do it. I mean I’m still trying to fix my permanently dropped jaw because Microsoft just went in a weird direction. The funny thing is, when I was writing the story on Sony’s SmartWig, I wanted to say “what’s next? a smart bra?” And look! It’s quite literally in the works. Am I psychic or is Microsoft just spying on me? I want a cut of these sales! But enough rambling, let me tell you what me know.
After a year of whining and bitching and moaning from folks willing to score Microsoft’s Surface tablet (previously known as Surface RT) but reluctant to drop the premiums charged by MS, it’s finally time to put your money where your mouth is.
When it rains, it pours. That used to be such a cliché and something you generally gave a negative meaning to. But not when it comes to Black Friday deals. Retailers are truly making it pour with incredible promotions, the latest of which brings the price of the world’s cheapest Windows Phone even lower.
Has Nokia finally managed to hit it out of the park with a high-end Lumia gadget? It sure looks like it, as the AT&T-exclusive Lumia 1520 has technically started selling earlier today, being however backordered at least via Microsoft’s online store.
As you already know, AOL announced that it would be shutting down Winamp, a media playing software for Windows and Android devices. And yes, I totally loved it back in the day…where else could you find such awesome skins?! According to Techcrunch, AOL is in talks with Microsoft to sell Winamp along with Shoutcast which were both a part of Nullsoft. So yes, spoiler alert, AOL has also planned the closure of Shoutcast.
Another Black Friday sensation: Best Buy will offer the not-so-popular Microsoft Surface RT tablet for just $199. The price does not include the keyboard, which must be purchased separately. The offer is valid during the Black Friday weekend, November 28 through November 30. Interestingly, users interested in picking up a Surface RT can also do so more »
Despite the holiday shopping season not being technically underway, the gadget deals just keep on piling. And not only for Androids. Microsoft’s online store, for instance, is running an incredibly attractive promo for a Windows Phone 8 device, namely the one-year-old . The device that used to cost $600 back in the day and was more »
Nokia unveiled their long-rumored phablet, Nokia Lumia 1520, last month at a press event in Abu Dhabi with an expected launch by the end of this year in most countries. In the US, the phablet will be sold exclusively by AT&T and will come with a $199.99 price tag with two-year agreement. The phablet will hit the shelves in a variety of colors: red, black and white, with yellow color launching later this year.
Good news and bad news for everyone impatiently counting the days until Nokia’s proudest, baddest, fastest devices ever, the Lumia 1520 and 2520, will go on sale. The bad? Alright, let’s get it out of the way really quick. Despite what Microsoft had in black and white on its official website less than 24 hours more »
If you haven’t upgraded to Windows 8.1 yet, and plan to do so by downloading it from the Windows app store, there’s something you should know before you do. Microsoft made a huge blunder that could leave you in a bind should you ever need to use the Refresh or Restore recovery tools after you more »
If you’ve got a Windows 8 tablet — specifically a , , , or any other Clover Trail-based device — and plan to upgrade to Windows 8.1, you might want to hold off. The upgrade does not play nice with the display drivers for those devices, causing them to be slow to come out of more »