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    A good amount of Xbox games, when Windows Phone 8 came around, didn't support the new platform -- and it's stayed that way for quite a while. Nearly 40 Xbox games updates were released today making some older titles playable on WP8 and phones with 512MB of RAM. Take a look at the full list down below, courtesy of WPCentral. It's a massive list, and by massive, we mean massive. There are nearly 40 games in here, and we're assuming the updates contain nothing but 512MB of RAM / WP8 support. Microsoft Solitaire Collection [Download] Microsoft Mahjohng [Download] Hexic [Download] Shuffle ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Vivo's new Xplay 3S, and its 2K-resolution display. Meizu follows as the company has just announced that its officially going to launch products in the US. Then we talk about Microsoft and the fact that Xbox Video as finally arrived to Windows Phone 8. Then the news about Microsoft continues as we cover the company's plan for a new CEO. We end today's show talking about the Pebble App Store, and what this could mean to the platform. All this and more after the break. Stories: - This is what a 2K smartphone looks like: Vivo launches Xplay 3S - ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent leaks of a Samsung Galaxy S 4 that's LTE-Advanced capable and also includes a new Snapdragon 800 processor. Microsoft follows the news as Xbox games are now tipped to reach iOS and Android very soon. Nokia also made the rumor headlines due to the possible name of their future PureView EOS Lumia smartphone. Sony follows as they now announced their new SmartWatch 2, and it proves to be a very compelling product. We end today's show talking about the new Sony Xperia Z Ultra phablet, and our first impressions of the product. All this ...

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    The big news that everyone is talking about from last week is the Xbox One and Playstation 4 announcements.  Both are still being considered gaming consoles and are being compared in that manner, but I think the Xbox One is really supposed to be something different… kind of like a smartphone. 10 years ago, many of us were dreaming about a smartphone that combined the features of a regular phone, an MP3 player, a portable video player, a GPS navigation device, and a touch screen PDA that covers personal information management, email, web browsing, and other apps that you can install at ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we go through HTC and Verizon's press invite for an event in New York that we already speculate is for the launch of the much-anticipated Droid DNA. Then we go through Amazon's latest move to compete with Netflix and Hulu+ at a more aggressive price point with Amazon Prime. Then we go through AT&T's confirmed prices for Windows Phone 8 device this holiday season, which comes to the pleasant surprise of many of us in cases like the Nokia Lumia 920. Then we talk about the death of Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger and their migration to Skype. We end ...

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    While Xbox SmartGlass was announced a while back, the full official release is expected at the end of this week. I've been using the beta for a while and you may remember our early preview of the software, but SmartGlass has evolved a lot since then.  Microsoft posted the below video on YouTube, to demonstrate a few of the features coming to SmartGlass for Windows 8 as well as Windows Phone.  With a SmartGlass device connected to the Xbox 360, you'll be able to control the Xbox interface very easily with the touch screen, but you'll also have the fantastic touch screen keyboards to use ...

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    If you're one of the many fans of the Xbox 360, you may already know that there are a number of Xbox LIVE companion apps for different smartphone platforms. You'll find some nice Xbox LIVE apps for Windows Phone, Apple's iOS and Android, but they all have varying degrees of Xbox integration. Windows Phone probably has the best support for the Xbox 360, but it's split throughout the Games Hub and two other apps called Xbox LIVE Extras and the Xbox Companion. With all of those installed you get your Xbox Avatar editor, the Avatar Marketplace, and an Xbox remote control that also lets you ...

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