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More images of Windows 10 for phones have leaked online showing off a new smart dialer, Spartan on mobile, slightly modified multi-tasking and improved support for additional languages on keyboard.
Clear images have leaked of what is being called the HTC One M9+ (or Plus). It shows a front facing fingerprint sensor, larger screen and curved brush metal design, and will be revealed on 8 April.
Even though Microsoft's latest public version of Windows 10 does not have Spartan, a new leak of a build of Windows 10 does have the new browser for you to try if you know where to look.
Images have surfaced on a Polish website purporting to be from Windows 10 for phones build 12521 - and unlike the previous leak, these are all in English, and have an even more polished UI.
If you love stats and are actively participating in the Insider Hub app feedback tool, then you may be excited to know that build 10036 includes a stats page that shows your activity within the test.
Thanks to the leak of a new build of Windows 10, it looks like future updates to the OS and apps may be delivered via P2P due to the new settings in this version of Windows.
In the leaked version of Windows 10 that hit the web earlier today, there are a few updates to the Start menu when compared to 9926 and after the jump, we have the comparison breakdown.
Earlier today, Windows 10 build 10036 was leaked to the web and if you don't want to install the OS, we have a gallery after the jump to show you all of the new features in this version.
It has been some time since we had a proper leak of a Windows 10 build but now build 10036 has surfaced. It does not contain the new Spartan browser or the updated installation screens.
WZor has hinted that build 10036 of Windows 10 is the one that Insiders will be getting when it is finally pushed out, however with no Spartan in sight, we hope he's wrong.
Earlier today, bits of an unreleased Windows 10 build started showing up online and now we have a better look at the new Task View functionality and updates to Wi-Fi selection in Windows 10.
This month we've seen quite a few leaked images of new internal Windows 10 builds, and now we get a peek at build 10036, which unfortunately doesn't include the new Spartan web browser.
Screenshots from a fresh build of Windows 10 for phones have apparently leaked. They show a number of changes, including some cosmetic polish to fonts and the OS, as well as new options.
Tons of images have now been released by WZor on his blog that show all the corners of Windows 10 build 10031, the images are from a x86 version and show just about everything.
Over the past week or so, we have seen a few leaks from unreleased Windows 10 builds and that continues today with new shots of build 10031 which has a new login screen.
The lack of new desktop builds for Windows 10 insiders hasn't stopped the numerous leaks, that have become so common on the last couple of weeks. This time build 10031 showed up with a few screenshots
While most of the consumer world is focused on the next release of the desktop version of Windows 10, Microsoft is also building Windows Server vNext, and a new slide deck detailing the OS leaked.
As we get closer to MWC, unintentional leaks are getting harder to contain. As is the case for the newly leaked promotion ad for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
A bumper collection of clear images have leaked online of a AT&T Samsung Galaxy S6 that shows it from all angles, a Dual Edge variant is also thrown in for good measure.
A former product manager of HTC has tweeted that "the whole cat is out of the bag" regarding recent image leaks of the HTC One M9 and three video promotions that surfaced and were quickly pulled.
In terms of leaks, there have only been a few unofficial builds of Windows 10 to make their way outside the walls of Redmond but new images of build 10014 show that some builds do escape.
Some leaked images seem to show Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S6 as well as the Edge variant, which features folded screens. The images also confirm what our brilliant forum users figured out long ago.
A Chinese website has gotten their hands on images showing off Build 10009 of Windows 10, and with it a few more icon updates for the desktop, including Recycle Bin, Control Panel and other icons.
The CEO of the health insurer Anthem has published a memo informing that hackers have gained access to their systems and have stolen data. As many as 80m user accounts, including SSNs, are at risk.
The HTC Desire 626 has been registered at China's equivalent of the FCC, and with it some specifications have come to light on what we can expect from this mid-range device.
A hole was discovered that allowed anyone to download several Windows 10 builds, not officially available through Windows Update, all of which are in the 99xx range, till Microsoft patched it.
We found new evidence in Windows 10 build 9901 that Microsoft is hard at work for the consumer preview that could arrive on January 21st, and may have already compiled the build to be released.
Microsoft's new web browser is radically redesigned and full of surprises. Spartan will reportedly have new advanced features that will make rival browsers look utterly irelevant.
It was inevitable, but we could have our first leak of the upcoming Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S6. The handset looks fairly elegant and looks to be clad completely in metal.
The recent leak of Sony information by a group called GOP may have opened Pandora's box. An email conversation from the leak shows something interesting about the settlement between MPAA and Hotfile.
The hackers behind the Sony hack have rickroll'd the FBI in a new message, as the evidence used by the US and the FBI to blame North Korea for the hack have been called into question.
The United States has said the Sony hack is a serious breach of national security that needs a proportional response, describing it as a "destructive activity with malicious intent."
Amid the ongoing hacking scandal, Sony has caved in to the hackers' demands and pulled the controversial movie, "The Interview," from distribution just a week out from it's release.
US said that North Korea was behind the cyber attack on Sony which hackers have demanded the withdraw of the movie, The Interview, or they would continue to leak info they stole from Sony.
Amid the leaking of personal info by hackers, two former employees have filed a class action lawsuit against Sony for failing to protect employees' data.
Sony has warned employees to watch out for fraudsters after hackers leaked their social security numbers, credit card details, bank info, healthcare details, and employment-related info.
Official info has come down from Microsoft regarding yesterday's leaked Windows 10 build. Apparently those who install it are breaking their automatic updates for future builds in the Insider Program.
A newer build of Windows 10, 9901 has leaked and this release is much newer than the previous versions to hit the web and comes with a few new features as well.
Earlier this week a build of Windows 10, 9888, was leaked but based on our poll, it looks like very few users actually install leaked builds which is likely a good thing.
Sony is getting kicked while its down with the hackers behind a recent attack releasing even more internal company info. The new data includes employee social security numbers and account passwords.
Images have shown up online showing off what appears to be the successor of the Lumia 1020, called RM-1052 the images show it from all angles with the inclusion of a camera 'hump'.
A build of Windows 10, 9888 has been spotted in the wild and it shows off some new features like animations, unified context menus and ZPC Settings is now the default settings application.
Images have popped up showing what appears to be a 5-inch Lumia in manufacturing, but with a few striking differences. Gone is the Microsoft branding on the front, as well as the earpiece slit.
With less than six weeks to go until the release of the first episode of Telltale's adaptation of Game of Thrones, 'Iron from Ice', alleged images from the game have already been leaked online.
Some leaked images claim to show Microsoft's upcoming Lumia 1330, an updated phablet-type device set to be one the devices being unveiled tomorrow under the company's own brand.
After the recent Galaxy Alpha it looks like Samsung wants to launch a full line of aluminium-body handsets, and the Galaxy A5 is one of the mid-range options next to the Galaxy A7 and the A3.
Three weeks after the original round of leaks showing dozens of celebrities in compromising poses went online, it appears that another batch has leaked which include previous and other celebs.
New information has come to light that confirms that the Technical Preview will not be released to the public on the same day as the event in San Francisco, which takes place on Sep 30.
In what appears to be an authentic leak, new images of Windows Threshold build 9834 have emerged but not all of the images are the most up-to-date bits from the current builds.