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Microsoft takes the first step towards making Continuum actually useful on Windows 10 Mobile

When Microsoft introduced Continuum for phones on Windows 10 Mobile back in 2015, the company surprised most of us. It looked like a very nice feature — and when it actually hit the market it turned out to be a very neat feature as well. Microsoft marketed it quite well, and it is now one […]
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