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Windows Phone fans saw this coming long ago, some probably wonder why this announcement took so long. For the hardcore, there's still time to cherish it.
We are wrapping up the year in mobile tech news from Apple's battery throttling bungle to the nightmare and adrenaline rush that was Techtober!
That includes Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. New apps will no longer be accepted into the Windows Store soon and then the updates will stop flowing.
Windows 10 Mobile turned out to be a flop, but what will Microsoft do to get back into the space? Is Android a gap solution?
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The Microsoft Store was completely out of stock of Windows 10 Mobile phones for a time last week, but they have been replenished this week. There are two models remaining.
Just in case you needed one more cruel reminder Windows 10 Mobile is not coming back from the dead, Instagram has removed its support for the once-promising platform.
The death of Windows Phone comes with some despair, but little surprise. The debate over how it died, perhaps right from its early days, has been dug up again.
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Live Tiles will no longer be updated with the deactivation of push notifications on two deprecated versions of Windows Phone.
Similar to bankruptcy, the "administration" procedure will see Wileyfox make a last-ditch effort to survive in the uber-competitive smartphone world.
Regardless of your natural distrust of obsolete software platforms, you should definitely consider the latest Alcatel Idol 4S deal on premium hardware grounds.
Microsoft's attempt at a streaming service for its niche audience has been shut down. One of the side effects of this is the loss of one of Cortana's skills.
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Spotify's Xbox application is UWP-compliant, but not its recently-released desktop app for Windows 10 which some say is just a reheating of its existing x86 app.
This Windows 10 Mobile phone with a packaged-in VR headset debuted on T-Mobile at $470. It's been a year or so, though, and it's still around.
Cutting it a little too close to Christmas? Perhaps, but does the Wileyfox Pro need more time to get out to customers? It's the call from Amazon.
Windows 10 Mobile is still alive... barely, although it would certainly help the losing cause if the Wileyfox Pro wasn't so wildly overpriced.
An initial lot of this Big Red flavor made available online was priced at $500 and sold out pretty quick. It's now at $599, in-store only.
The official announcement of Windows 10 Mobile's death has been a long time coming. Joe Belfiore just dropped the predictable yet sad news on Twitter.
If things settle down the way people think they will about iPhone 8 and iPhone X sales, will we ever take consumers to the bleeding edge?
The company's third and current CEO has something like a memoir out and in it, he expresses his disappointment with the Nokia acquisition.
Windows 10 Mobile still has a bastion smartphone to hang onto, at least commercially, for the next couple years and change.