Microsoft wants to make its own Windows Phones, analyst says

Microsoft wants to make its own Windows Phones, analyst says

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New According to a prominent Wall Street analyst, Microsoft is currently working with a handful of hardware manufacturers to develop its own handset to coincide with the release of its next Windows Phone release. [Read more]...
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Microsoft releases SmartGlass SDK to Xbox developers

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New Microsoft has issued the first official SmartGlass SDK to Xbox developers, according to an announcement. The software is needed to create SmartGlass Activities. Included in the SDK is the core SmartGlass Studio, as well as a JavaScript library with device APIs, and a sample app showing how code should function.......
Microsoft releases SmartGlass SDK to Xbox developers

[Video] Surface vs. iPad vs. Kindle Fire vs.... Chrome Tablet?

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New Microsoft dove headfirst into the hardware business this week with its new flagship Surface tablets. Competition drives innovation, and now four of the biggest tech companies - Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft - have different takes on the touchscreen. Eliot and Jon discussed the implications in this week's RWW...
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The Engadget Podcast, live at 5:00PM ET!

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New Tim's back! Brian's back! Even Dana's back! Oh yeah, and Microsoft's back, too! We're all in New York City this week (well, everyone but Microsoft) at an undisclosed location as our studio is being rebuilt. Come join the fun and breathe in all of the construction dust tonight at...
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Microsoft may be building own smartphones

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New After Microsoft announced this week that it will sell a pair of branded Surface tablets, an analyst suggested that the company is also working with a contract manufacturer to build a Windows Phone 8-based smartphone....
Microsoft may be building own smartphones

Microsoft provides select developers with Xbox SmartGlass toolkit

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New There’s now an SDK for Xbox SmartGlass, a souped-up version of Microsoft’s Xbox Companion app, due out later this year....
Microsoft provides select developers with Xbox SmartGlass toolkit
Microsoft wants another crack at making its own phones, says analyst

After 100M mobile downloads, Cut the Rope comes to Chrome Web Store

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In case you haven’t gotten enough of a fix of Cut the Rope on your mobile device, the company behind one of the most popular games in the world, ZeptoLab, has optimized the game for your desktop. The app is available for free on the Chrome Web Store starting now,...
After 100M mobile downloads, Cut the Rope comes to Chrome Web Store
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