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You can play Candy Crush Saga's 2,000th level even if you haven't reached level 1,999

Publisher King has announced the launch of the 2,000th level for its hit free-to-play puzzle game Candy Crush Saga, which is available for Windows Phone and Windows 10 on PC and Mobile. The good news is that players who have not yet reached level 1,999 will still be able to play that new milestone. ...

Microsoft France reaffirms Windows 10 Mobile consumer exit, focus on Enterprise

Windows Phone” is truly dead as Microsoft pivots away from all the things that made the original Windows phone special in a move away from the consumer market. In an interview with the French paper “Le Point”, Microsoft France’s new President – Vahe Torrosian – reiterated the company’s talking point about being focused on building phones […]

What's it like to use Beam on Windows 10 Mobile?

Just because there's no Beam app for Windows phones right now doesn't mean you can't join in the fun. Microsoft's latest acquisition, Beam, has announced plans to support the Xbox One and Windows 10 in the not so far off future. While...Show More Summary

Should Microsoft begin marketing Windows Mobile to the masses?

Fans of Microsoft's evolving mobile platform have been through the wringer since 2010. Since the introduction of Window Phone 7, fans have vicariously struggled with Microsoft to reach 5% global market share. A tiny number indeed, but...Show More Summary

A new version of the NuAns Neo may be in the works

The NuAns Neo was one of the most unique Windows Phones ever made – though not one that reached its full potential. The NuAns, originally announced nearly a year ago in Japan, was a Windows phone built as a hipster device in an era where smartphones were slipping into staid black and gold suits. It […]

Microsoft express commitment to Windows 10 Mobile and “differentiated 1st party devices”

Microsoft started retrenching from the Windows Phone market in May 2015, but at Ignite today, in a session titled “Discover what’s next for Windows 10 Mobile for phones and small tablets” Alan Meeus, Product Manager, Windows 10 Mobile, put up a slide claiming that “Microsoft is committed to Windows 10 Mobile.” The slide also made the […]

Microsoft is bringing Visio to Android and Windows Phone

Just a few weeks ago, Microsoft started testing Visio for iOS. At Ignite, the company has reportedly announced that the Visio app will be coming to Android and Windows phones sometime soon. Unfortunately though, there aren’t many details about the app itself. For example, Microsoft is yet to share when the app will be available for […]

Microsoft's Visio diagram creation tool slated to be released for Windows phones

Microsoft has confirmed that it plans to release a version of its Visio diagram creation tool for Windows smartphones at some point in the future. ...

N64 emulator now available on Xbox One

‘Win64e10’, which is a modified version of the Nintendo 64 emulator Mupen64plus, and was previously available for Windows Phone and Windows 10, is now available for download on the Xbox One. After Nesbox, an NES emulator which had passed certification for sale on the Xbox One, had its certification revoked, it seems Microsoft may not […]

CBS News App for Windows to carry Presidential Debates

If you are following the US Presidential Debates and will not be close to a television, our readers will be pleased to know they can follow all the action blow by blow from their Windows Phone or PC using the CBS News App. CBS News app keeps you updated on breaking news and the latest […]

Best Photo Editors for Windows 10

Whether you capture photographs from your Windows Phone or a stand-alone digital camera, there are times when a photo editor can come in handy from your Windows 10 device. These editors can help you fine-tune your image or customizeShow More Summary

FIFA Companion for Windows Phone updated for FIFA 17

EA Sports has released an update for its FIFA Companion app for Windows Phone, adding support for the upcoming PC and console pro soccer game FIFA 17. ...

WhartonBrooks Part I: How a Windows phone fan started making Windows phones

If you haven't heard, there's a new Windows phone manufacturer in town. That's not just a figure of speech. There is actually a new Windows phone manufacturer right here in my home state of Connecticut. (Go Huskies!) Tidbits have been...Show More Summary

HP’s Elite x3 rollout is a mess

The HP Elite x3 is likely to be the best Windows phone you’ll probably never buy, and that’s thoroughly HP’s fault. Last week we reviewed the HP Elite x3 for Windows 10 Mobile and concluded that while it was a powerful device, the display, design and camera fell short of what was expected of a device […]

Windows Central Podcast 17: Banding together

This week on the Windows Central podcast: Windows phone had a rough week. The Elite x3's been pushed back again, Microsoft's pulling support for their own products on Windows mobile, there might not be a Band 3, and Insiders saw a glitch so bad it stopped previews. It wasn't a great week for Windows 10 Mobile — is there a sun behind these clouds? ...

FIFA 17 Companion app now available for Windows Phone

EA has released a brand new for FIFA 17 Companion app for Windows Phone. The Companion App has been completely redesigned to be easier and faster to use. EA has added end-to-end support for Squad Building Challenges, so you can exchange Players from your Club for exciting rewards on the go. For a limited time, select […]

Official SharePoint Preview App for Windows Phone now available to download

Back in June, we reported that Microsoft will be releasing SharePoint mobile for Windows devices before end of this year.  In August we spotted the Preview app in the Windows Store but then it was not available to download. In the end the Android version of the Preview app beat the Windows Phone version to availability, […]

Microsoft drops Windows Phone version of its HealthVault app

Microsoft is dropping the existing Windows Phone version of its HealthVault app. What does this mean to the future of HealthVault and Microsoft's Health services? Likely, not much.

Microsoft HealthVault ends its Windows Phone support

Microsoft has sent out emails to Windows Phone members who use the HealthVault app, informing them that the company will be ending support for the app "due to compatibility problems". ...

Microsoft ejects Windows Phones from their HealthVault

As Windows Phone’s user base continues to decrease unfortunately more and more companies are withdrawing support from handsets running the OS. The latest to join this list is Microsoft, who according to multiple reports are withdrawing support for Windows Phone from their Healthvault product, and also withdrawing their app from the Windows Store. According to […]

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