Tag Archives: Windows Phone

Editorial: A Quick Note From Your Editor (That’s Me) Regarding Coverage

There is a devil and an angel on my shoulders right now, one of which is saying post this and try to explain your position. The other is saying post it, rant your little heart out and close off the comment section. Let’s see which voice I should have listened to: In recent days, there have been some “complaints” on the rise in iPhone coverage, specifically after the official iPhone announcement. I just want to … [read full article]

Windows Phone 8 Users Take Note As Pandora Hits The Marketplace, Streaming Ad-Free Till The End Of 2013

Some good news for Windows Phone 8 users as Pandora finally arrives on the platform. After a hands-off approach to the Windows Phone platform for years, Pandora has finally its appearance in the Marketplace and we welcome it with open arms. As a kicker, you can experience Pandora ad-free throughout the rest of 2013 and that too is welcomed with open arms. As a long-time Pandora subscriber I really very excited to … [read full article]

T-Mobile Adds “Nokia Flame 4G” To April Roadmap, Arrives April 24th

A brand new T-Mobile roadmap just hit our inbox and it appears the next Windows Phone 8 device has been uncovered for T-Mobile. Unfortunately, if the “Flame” codename is the same “Flame” codename discovered last September, there’s not a lot to get excited about. According to last years reports, the “Flame” is described as a low-end offering, with a 4″ display, 512MB RAM, 1GHz dual-core processor, 5 megapixel camera and … [read full article]

Good News For Windows Phone Owners Reliant On Gmail As Google Extends ActiveSync

Some good news for Windows Phone and Gmail users as Google confirmed an extension for its Google Sync product originally set to terminate tomorrow. The extension allows Exchange ActiveSync to continue for Gmail users until July 31st, 2013, a six month reprieve for Windows Phone users. Along with the Google announcement, Microsoft announced it will support Google’s new CalDAV and CardDAV systems syncing both contacts and calendars. Microsoft says the unveiling of … [read full article]

Nokia Wants To Broaden Profile At AT&T, Verizon, And T-Mobile

Nokia’s efforts to revitalize their smartphone business will continue in 2013 with efforts to “broaden the portfolio with AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile.” Chris Weber, Nokia’s executive vice president of sales and marketing says the company is focused on building those relationships. “We constantly evaluate, in the U.S. market or whatever market, what partners we’re with,” he said. “Right now our focus is really on broadening the portfolio with AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile.” During an … [read full article]

Windows Phone 8X Software Update Rolling Out Now

With T-Mobile’s Support forum moderator announcing the Windows Phone 8X update would be pushed back to “tweak,” we had high hopes the delay wouldn’t last long. As it turns out, the delay lasted right around 24 hours as the same forum moderator announced the update as live around 1pm eastern time this afternoon. While it’s still too early to tell if the update has had any discernible impact on reboots or other … [read full article]

Windows Phone 8 Inventory, Dummy Units Begin Arriving In Stores

We’re just three days from the official launch of Windows Phone 8 on T-Mobile and stores are getting ready with demo devices, displays and inventory all beginning to arrive. Both the Windows Phone 8X and Lumia 810 are making cameo appearances in stores as they wait for their T-Mobile unveiling this Wednesday. Along with the store displays, some retail locations are already receiving some cases including somebody Body Glove and Speck … [read full article]

HTC 8S Passes Through FCC With T-Mobile Compatible Bands

While our Windows Phone 8 attention has been solely focused on the Windows Phone 8X and Lumia 810 as of late, the HTC 8S just passed through the FCC complete with support for T-Mobile HSPA+ bands. There’s no official confirmation that either carrier will pick up the device to sell, but it does allow for the possibility for customers on both AT&T and T-Mobile to use the phone. The … [read full article]

T-Mobile Customers Get Ad-Free Exclusive Version Of Words With Friends For Windows Phone

Windows Phone users on T-Mobile have a little surprise in store as WPCentral reports that Words with Friends is being offered as an ad-free version exclusively to T-Mobile customers. According to the report, not only are T-Mobile customers getting access to the game earlier than anyone else, this version has no ads to bother you during gameplay. We’ve reached out to T-Mobile to confirm the story, but it’s definitely a little bonus for … [read full article]