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Nokia Canada has posted up a new video that tries to take on the "Windows Phone app gap" debate, saying that the OS has nearly all of the major apps that Android and iOS device owners have.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft will be merging its Windows and Windows Phone developer accounts and communities, with an official announcement expected to be made today.
The Windows Phone 8 version of the popular Fourquare app has received a major new update that adds some new features, including a new Modern user interface and more.
Uber has removed its recently launched Windows Phone version of its on-demand driver app from the Windows Phone Store after it got a lot of negative reviews from users.
Evernote has released a new and major update for its Windows Phone port, bringing it up to version 3.0 with a redesigned Home Screen along with other new features and changes.
Microsoft Research is developing a new app project for Windows Phone called Bing Now that's designed to use a smartphone's microphone to collect the most recent information about a location.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop stated in an email to a customer that a better Facebook Windows Phone app is "definitely being worked on" but did not offer any more details.
Microsoft has announced that it has added another $15,000 in prizes for its previously announced Windows Phone Next App Star contest, bringing the total prize package to over $60,000.
The popular VoIP service Vonage has indicated it plans to launch a Windows Phone app sometime in the near future, to join its previously launched iOS and Android apps.
A large number of Windows Phone-based smartphone owners are reporting they are unable to download apps from the Windows Phone Store, but so far there's no word on why this is happening.
Pulse has pulled its nearly year old Windows Phone news app from the official Windows Phone Store, the same day that Microsoft promoted Pulse's new HTML5 web-based application.