Microsoft has officially unveiled its latest mobile operating system Windows Phone 8. Back in June Microsoft gave us a sneak preview into what the company was planning to release, but at the official unveil the company showed the entire feature set, features that were also missing from its June Windows Phone summit preview. (more…)Google+
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Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore today showed off a few new features in Windows Phone 8 while saving the best for “a later date”. Finally, Windows Phone users will be able to take screenshots by pressing the power and home button combination. The bigger feature, however, is a lens application that will enable third-party developers to build apps for the camera. (more…)Google+
Microsoft has been on a roll this week. First it took everyone by surprise with its Surface tablet and today it appeased everyone by delivering most of the features that were on everyone’s Windows Phone update checklist. Microsoft has not just refreshed Windows Phone platform but has rebooted it completely with Windows Phone 8. Gone is the Windows CE kernel and in comes Windows NT core that the smartphone platform will share with tablets and PCs running on Windows 8, making it easier for developers to c...
Microsoft is expected to pull the covers off the next version of Windows Phone 8 smartphone operating system at its Developer Summit event in the US today. Neither Microsoft nor Nokia have dropped any hints on what Windows Phone 8 would bring to the table but we have a fair idea of some of the biggest Windows Phone 8 features. Read on… (more…)Google+