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A hastily deleted image seemingly shows an upcoming version of Windows 10 for phones, including a new UI element. The OS looks to have a new type of Live Tile that stretches vertically.
Nokia is showing off its design sensibilities once again by launching a small external USB charger. The gadget looks like a real physical Live Tile and has enough juice to fully recharge your phone.
Tumblr for Windows Phone 8 has finally been released on the Windows Phone store. Boasting over 100 million blogs, the release is sure to please many users, both new and existing.
A newly discovered image from a leaked Windows 8.1 build shows that the update to Microsoft's Windows 8 may add a small download progress bar on the Live Tile for Modern apps.
Microsoft has released its second Windows Phone 7.8 update in less than a day, and this software update apparently fixes the Live Tiles issue that has been affecting some of those phones.
The Norway division of Microsoft came up with a way to promote Windows 8 that involved a local rock band combined with a real world version of the Xbox Music live tile.
At a Verizon launch event for Windows Phone 8 in Seattle, a giant Live Tile cube has been seen to show off WP8, and it also features on the packaging for the Verizon's Nokia Lumia 822
A new advertisement is showing some key differences in the way Windows Phone live tiles work, with subtle differences that may simply be an error or may hint at the future of live tiles.