From Surface success and Fire failure, to the death of Nokia, OnePlus pre-orders, new Windows devices and the end of free Xbox Music, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
A week of Windows devices, OnePlus pre-orders and Xbox changes
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After a long wait and an invite-only purchase policy, OnePlus will finally allow eager customers the chance to start pre-ordering the device starting October 27, 2014.
A report from the Economic Times of India quoted a OnePlus executive as saying that the company was "looking into" launching a Windows Phone - but OnePlus has denied that it has any plans to do so.
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.
From the Tetris movie and Lumia launches, to product problems, the OnePlus Two, low-cost Windows devices, Windows 10, and the Borg, we take a look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
OnePlus has posted a video showing the testing process of the OnePlus One, putting it through a series of challenges. One of the challenges includes a "sit test," likely referring to #bendgate.
Cyanogen, Inc, the company behind the popular after market Android ROM CyanogenMod, has reportedly declined an acquisition bid from Google in order to keep the platform open.
OnePlus has confirmed that it is working on a second handset, but the Two won't go on sale until mid-2015 - and the company has hinted that it could end up being a smaller device than its predecessor.
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Next month, OnePlus will introduce handset pre-orders, but only for a "limited time window", and users may be expected to pay a deposit. Additionally, the frustrating 'invite' system will live on.
The company that says you should 'never settle' says you must now settle for a device without changeable covers, due to quality issues, "creaky" fit, and design flaws making them "tricky" to remove.
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OnePlus has acknowledged an incident in which the battery inside one of its handsets exploded in a customer's pocket, destroying the device, and leaving the customer with a minor skin burn.
In its latest contest for people to win an invite to buy its phone, OnePlus called on women to take and post photos of themselves on a forum, with "the 50 most well-liked ladies" winning an invite.
OnePlus might be working on a new wearable device that looks strangely familiar. The device looks to share a lot of similarities with the upcoming Motorola Moto 360 that will be released soon.
OnePlus One deliveries have been delayed in Europe after the company chose to modify the 'CE' mark - a regulatory conformity symbol that must not be altered - on its devices for aesthetic reasons.
OnePlus delivered what many thought was impossible - a handset with high-end specs for almost half the price of rival flagships. But how? According to the company's CEO, it's selling each One at cost.
OnePlus has recently launched its device amidst a wild campaign and invite only purchasing system. OnePlus has revealed that its flagship device will be available to the general public in late June.
OnePlus has finally revealed their debut smartphone, the OnePlus One, which will go on sale in the U.S., Europe and Asia for $299 for the 16GB model with no contract, and $349 for the 64GB version.
Images purporting to show the OnePlus One have leaked, finally revealing the device that the company claims will be the "best smartphone ever" - but sales will be limited by a complex 'invite system'.
OnePlus has revealed the 16 markets in which it will launch its "perfect smartphone", along with local pricing information. But can the company deliver the "best smartphone ever" at such low cost?
Two screenshots have leaked showing the reported Cyanogen Inc. custom OS for the new OnePlus One handset. The One will be debuting on April 23rd for a price under $400.
OnePlus, the company that claims to be creating "the perfect smartphone" has announced its first product, the OnePlus One, will be officially launched on April 23rd.
Days after revealing that its "perfect smartphone" with "flagship specs" will launch for under $500, OnePlus now says it will in fact cost far less - under $400 - but the device itself remains unseen.
Start-up manufacturer OnePlus has revealed that its "perfect smartphone" - featuring the "best specs", superlative design and materials, and a customised version of CyanogenMod - will cost under $500.
The company that promised to launch the "perfect smartphone" says that its OnePlus One will feature the "best specs" along with CyanogenMod, and will be "more attractive than any phone on the market."
New venture OnePlus has ambitious plans to build "the perfect phone at a disruptive price", saying consumers should "never settle" for anything less, and asking what they want to see in the device.