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“Hey Cortana” on Windows 10 is awesome, but can also be irritating at times

July 27, 2015 | | 3 Comments

One of my favorite features of Windows 10 is “Hey Cortana,” which (if you’re not already aware) allows you to simply say “Hey, Cortana” and have her do stuff.

Well, as it turns out, one of my favorite features with … Read More

Opera Mini sings itself out of the Windows Phone Store again

July 27, 2015 | | One Comment

Love Opera Mini? Apparently, the popular mobile browser is having a bit of trouble loving us back thanks to some issues that Opera Software says they are trying to work out.

According to Opera:

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Messaging in the Workplace: Teamchat “on the roadmap” for Windows Phone

July 27, 2015 | | One Comment

Teamchat is an enterprise-focused messaging application that is currently only available for iOS, Android, and the web. There’s a mobile web version that was specifically made for Windows Phone, but it turns out that there will come a day when … Read More

Make It Rain, Tiny Troopers, Overkill 3, and More Games Have In-app Purchases Discounted through August 6

July 27, 2015 |

If you’re a fan of Game Troopers games, you’ll be happy to know that selected In-App for Game Troopers titles are on sale for limited time, giving you a rare opportunity to score some in-game advantages for less.

Make it … Read More

Microsoft OneDrive for Windows 10 Mobile gains new Settings icon, wording changes

July 24, 2015 |

Let’s face it, life is so much easier when you have access to all of your photos, music, and documents on all of your devices. No matter where you are, you can pull up your grocery list, back up your … Read More

Kid’s Corner: Paint Sparkles brings out the creativity in children, free for a “limited time”

July 24, 2015 |

With 12 million children worldwide already enjoying it across Windows, Android, and Amazon, Paint Sparkles is easily one of the most popular creative applications available in the Microsoft Store, and if you’re looking for something you can add to your phone’s Kid’s Corner, then read on.

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Game Troopers teases Abyss, with official launch scheduled for next week

July 24, 2015 |

Star Windows Phone developer Game Troopers posted a teaser for its upcoming Windows Phone game Abyss this morning, marking the first time we’ve seen the launch title, though we have been aware of it for some time here on 1800Pocket/PC.

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Freeman Technologies releasing “major update” for Central News app next week

July 24, 2015 | | One Comment

Central News provides Windows smartphones with another way to access their favorite RSS and news feeds all in one central location, and its developer, Freeman Technologies, has just announced that a major update is due out next week that takes … Read More

Subway Surfers for Windows Phone heads to the land down under in new update

July 23, 2015 |

If you’re a fan of Subway Surfers, then this will be a good day for you (or as our friends in Australia would say, “g’day”). Yeah, that right, the game is headed to Sydney in the land down under, and … Read More

Rise of the Tomb Raider game coming to PC in “early 2016″

July 23, 2015 | | One Comment

Attention all Lara Croft fans out there, particularly if you’re a PC gamer.  In a confirmation that will probably not surprise you, upcoming game Rise of the Tomb Raider will be making its leap from Xbox One exclusive to the … Read More

Microsoft: Windows 10 promotes the pen to a “first class input method”

July 23, 2015 |

The use of a pen has been a natural way to write for centuries, but now Microsoft is seeking to promote the pen to what it calls a “first class input method.” And it seeks to do so with Windows … Read More

Arabic, Catalan, Danish, and more languages now supported in Microsoft’s Translator

July 23, 2015 |

Language barriers can not only be a nuisance, but they can also prevent important messages from getting across. Luckily there are a lot of translation apps for Windows that help prevent your communications from going awry, one of which is … Read More