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According to a new interview the Android manufacturer, OnePlus is in talks with Microsoft with an eye on adopting Windows Phone for at least one of their devices but nothing's been settled just yet.
With so many manufacturers joining Windows Phone lately, it's been a bit difficult to keep up with all the new additions. Our handy guide offers you an overview of Microsoft's device partners.
Windows Phone hasn't been doing that great recently when it comes to marketshare. But that's not the full story and there are some indications that Windows Phone is actually about to go big!
After announcing nine new manufacturers for Windows Phone in February, and another two OEMs at BUILD last month, Microsoft has added two more companies to its list of Windows Phone hardware partners.
In a newly obtained document that was sent out to OEMs, Microsoft is pushing vendors to bundle OneNote as part of the core set of apps for the platform.
A new rumor claims Microsoft is cutting the prices of its Windows Phone license to device OEMs by as much as 70 percent, following word that the company is reducing Windows 8.1 OEM costs.
Microsoft says it's added nine hardware partners to Windows Phone, so we've taken a look at the new additions - including LG, ZTE, Lenovo... and some unfamiliar names such as Longcheer and Gionee.
Microsoft is denying yesterday's rumor that the company would be spending over $2bn on Windows Phone OEMs. Microsoft says they're doing cross-promotions but that the number is "complete fiction".
Microsoft has confirmed that a final version of its Windows 8.1 update will be delivered to manufacturers in late August, with the first devices featuring 8.1 on board launching this holiday season.
From Windows Vista through to Windows 8, Microsoft's OEM partners have been launching lacklustre designs and marketing them as sheets of specs. But that hasn't stopped Microsoft from trying.
Microsoft may be preparing to discontinue sales of Windows XP, but some OEMs have found a way to circumvent the software giant's June 30 deadline. In yet another sign of the market's resistance to Windows...
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With the introduction of Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA), a computer must be validated as genuine prior to receiving security patches from Windows Update. Windows must first be activated for the validation tool to run, however...
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