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Microsoft has released several new "Smoked by Windows Phone" videos on YouTube, as Microsoft's Ben Rudolph continues to challenge smartphone owners in speed tests.
Microsoft has announced it is launching a new "Smoked by Windows Phone" video ad campaign, featuring folks from the streets of Seattle pitting their phones against a Windows Phone device.
If you have been curious about the stats behind Smoked by Windows Phone, today is your lucky day. Microsoft has posted up its Win/Loss and many other statics after the jump.
As Microsoft's 'Smoked by Windows Phone' campaign comes to an end, it reveals just how successful the OS was against its rivals- and while it may be over, the spirit of the contest lives on elsewhere.
Taking the 'Smoked by Windows Phone' campaign to a new level, losers of the Windows Phone UK 'Dare to Live' contest will have to take part in high-adrenaline challenges, such as tightrope-walking.
Microsoft has extended its Smoked by Windows Phone challenge in its Microsoft Stores once again to April 12th, although the limited edition Hunger Games laptop is no longer the prize if you win.
Microsoft came up with a nifty CES 2012 stunt with its Smoked by Windows Phone efforts but in hindsight it should have remained small instead of expanding into a full marketing campaign.
Microsoft has decided to extend its Smoked by Windows Phone challenges and marketing campaign at its Microsoft Store retail locations until April 5th with some changes.
Some people who have complained about Microsoft not honoring their wins in Smoked by Windows Phone challenges are now reporting that the company has come through to offer the prizes as promised.
A man who claims he won Microsoft's Smoked by Windows Phone challenge twice but was denied the $1,000 prize says he is now going after Microsoft with a legal action.
The ‘Smoked by Windows Phone' campaign hit a snag when an individual who claims they bested a Windows Phone device in a race, was denied a prize.
If you thought Microsoft was bold for offering up $100 to see if your phone was faster than a Windows Phone, then you need to take a look at the latest challenge as it raises that stake even more.
Microsoft has launched even more video ads in its Smoked by Windows Phone campaign, as users of other smartphones apparently are not fast enough to compete with Microsoft's Ben Rudolph.
Microsoft's Smoked by Windows Phone marketing campaign continues to grow, with the smartphone challenges showing up in countries such as Indonesia and India, joined in that country by Nokia.
Samsung has now launched a new viral video called the Samsung Street Challenge that's more than a little similar to Microsoft's popular Smoked by Windows Phone campaign.
Microsoft has turned its "Smoked By Windows Phone" marketing campaign up a notch by launching official online ads using the smartphone performance challenge theme that has proven to be successful.
Microsoft is taking all smartphone users today only for another "Smoked by Windows Phone" event to be held at the Microsoft Store located in Costa Mesa, California.
Microsoft is asking Windows Phone fans and users for their ideas and suggestions to help better promote and market the mobile operating system and their devices.
Microsoft has posted up a final Smoked by Windows Phone video from CES 2012, showing highlights from the contest where a Windows Phone device mostly beat a host of other smartphones in tests.
Microsoft hit the show floor with a bold challenge, if your device can beat Windows Phone in a head to head race, they will give you $100.00 in cash.
At CES, Microsoft's BenThePCGuy is putting up a bold challenge that Windows Phone is faster than your device and is putting $100 behind that claim. We caught the battle on film, come take a look.
If you dont think that Microsoft is confident about Windows Phone, the company is literally putting its cash behind its confidence with a $100 bet that Window Phone is faster than your device.