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Sprint Will Wait To Launch Windows Phone 8 Until 2013

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Windows Phone 8 is hitting Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile this year. But Sprint customers will have to wait until 2013. For unknown reasons, the carrier is not getting any versions of the Nokia or HTC WinPhone 8 handsets at launch. Perhaps Sprint’s hesitance has something to do with the lackluster...
Sprint Will Wait To Launch Windows Phone 8 Until 2013

Boot up: iWatch confirmed?, Surface in demand, Spotify on WinPhone and more

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Plus the router feature that could let it be pwned, Flash at risk (again), motherboards on the market and moreA quick burst of 12 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamDisruptions: Apple is said to be developing a curved-glass smart watch >> NYTimes.comIn its headquarters...
Boot up: iWatch confirmed?, Surface in demand, Spotify on WinPhone and more

Microsoft’s Greek Headquarters Attacked By Arsonists

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[Insert distasteful joke here regarding Windows Phone 7 lack of upgrade path to WinPhone 8] Athens saw daylight a little earlier than normal today. At approximately 4:45 AM local time, arsonists rammed a van laden with gas cans into the front of Microsoft’s Greek HQ and set it ablaze. According...
Microsoft’s Greek Headquarters Attacked By Arsonists

Mister Gruber looks at the Winphone

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Mister Gruber looks at the Winphone
Goodbye, Lumia 920: The AT&T Exclusive Superphone Will Probably Flop

Instagram rival EyeEm expands to WinPhone and web

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While the dust settles from Instagram’s silly-money takeover by Facebook, rival photo-sharer EyeEm is developing its own service as quickly as it can. It may not have Instagram’s user numbers, but what EyeEm does now have is wider platform reach. On Wednesday the Berlin firm’s Windows Phone app came out,...
Instagram rival EyeEm expands to WinPhone and web

Pokey Mobile Broadband Isn’t Cutting It in the New App Era

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As more people pick up smartphones and shell out for mobile data plans, carriers, application developers and phone manufactures need to keep one thing in mind: Speed matters. Even if it’s mobile, a connection to the web still needs to feel like broadband. Otherwise, people aren’t going to use their...
Pokey Mobile Broadband Isn’t Cutting It in the New App Era

Android This Week: Devour Launches, Slacker Caches, Alex Gets Delayed

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Verizon’s latest entry in the Android space, the Motorola Devour, which is already being referred to as the Baby Droid due to its similar appearance to Verizon’s first Android phone, went on sale this week. The Devour is smaller than the Droid, and retains the sliding QWERTY keyboard for text...
Android This Week: Devour Launches, Slacker Caches, Alex Gets Delayed
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