Posts tagged with: Windows Phone 9
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    Already sick of Windows Phone 8.1? You may want to begin looking forward to early next year. A new report states that we could be seeing a Windows Phone 9 preview version, along with the same for Windows 9, any time between Q2 and Q3 2015. The leaked document this information comes from mentions the dates stated above for both preview releases, though it isn't too specific. Q2 and Q3 range all the way from April to September, so we are still far from an exact release date. Apparently, both Windows 9 and Windows Phone 9 are well into development, though there is still much time to go. We ...

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    Last week, we heard a rumor – please note this was a rumor – that Microsoft was planning on ditching Windows RT and combining it with Windows Phone 9. Awesome right? But this rumor also said that Microsoft was also going to be getting rid of its metro modern whatever-you-call-it interface in favor of something new. Lolwut? Now, it’s true that the Windows Phone hasn’t taken off as well as many would like. Windows Phone is still a distant third in the smartphone race (though we did kick Blackberry’s butt) and gaining ground via baby steps, rather than the leaps and bounds Microsoft ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google's Android Device Manager reaching mobile devices through a native application. LG is next as we've got some rumors of an LG Gx device, even though it looks a lot like the Optimus G Pro. Sony follows the news as the Xperia Z1 Mini has just stopped by the FCC for US approval. We then go through some rumors of Windows RT disappearing in the second half of 2014, along with the Modern UI of Windows Phone 9. We end today's show talking about the first smartphone compatible USB flash drive made from Sony. All this and more after the break. ...

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    The past several hours have been busy with a blur of new Microsoft rumors, with Eldar Murtazin at the heart of most of it. We just told you what he had to say about Microsoft's possible plan to keep Samsung in the Windows Phone game by essentially paying the company for its continued interest, but now we're looking at some bigger-picture stuff, with talk about significant changes in the future as we approach the launch of Windows Phone 9. While recent rumors had us thinking that the eventual merger of Windows Phone and Windows RT would be quite a few years off, not occurring until late ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the Nexus 5 rumors and why they focus mainly on the camera. Then we talk about Motorola and some more X Phone rumors that now include three devices on the list. Then we move the spotlight to Microsoft as the plans for upgrade to Windows Phone 9, or the lack there of are already official. Then we talk about T-Mobile, their new 4G LTE network, and which devices will be benefited. We end today's show talking about Samsung's plans to bring Android 5.0 to their most recent devices. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Nexus 5 Rumors Focus ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Microsoft's current testing of Windows Phone 9. Then we move to the Nokia Lumia 928, and its first leaked camera sample. Then it's all about Google, as we start talking about Project Glass and its integration to Android. Google Now is next, as it made a leaked debut on iOS on a video. We end today's show talking about Andy Rubin's departure from Android, and what this could mean to the operating system. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Microsoft Could Already Be Testing Windows Phone 9 - First Nokia Lumia 928 Camera Sample ...

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    A couple weeks back we were talking about Microsoft's update strategy for Windows Phone 8, and how we might see some of the next minor, as well as major, updates arrive. Beyond the GDR builds and Windows Blue, what's left on the horizon? Well, a number of postings from employees seem to suggest that development on Windows Phone 9, as well as Windows 9 itself, is already well underway. This info comes from a number of sources, and a couple them are employee profiles on LinkedIn. That may not be the most reliable source for data, but it's nonetheless interesting to see all these mentions of ...

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