What do you think of Windows Phone 8's new features? Will it help Windows Phone topple Android and Apple? Tell us in the comments or on our Facebook page. The first look at Windows Phone 8 has emerged, revealing close ties with the warmly anticipated Windows 8 desktop software. 8 could be Microsoft's lucky number. The first look at Windows Phone 8 has emerged, revealing close ties with the warmly anticipated Windows 8 desktop software -- including more on how apps will work on both your phone and your computer.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, The long wait for a Verizon Windows Phone with 4G LTE, Dear Maggie,I'm a Verizon customer, bogged down by a family plan where the contract on each line renews at a different time and a location where Verizon is the only network with good coverage, I am eligible for a new phone in about two months, and my phone is gimping ruth bader ginsburg floral iphone case along toward the finish line, I'm a current Android user, but haven't been impressed with the platform and am looking for a change..
Apple is out (for reasons unrelated to the phones themselves), and recent positive reviews of Windows Phones have made me really eager to switch. But it's got to be 4G. Verizon has nothing like this now, and I read in your column a few weeks ago that Verizon execs weren't "chomping at the bit" to get new Windows phones. Any updates, or predictions on when Verizon might get more Windows phones--or should I resign myself to another two years of Android fragmentation?. Thanks so much,Connie. Dear Connie,I am afraid I don't have a clear idea when Verizon will be getting more Microsoft Windows Phones. But I suspect that if your current cell phone is on the fritz it probably won't be soon enough for you.
I haven't seen anything in the market over the past few weeks to indicate that Verizon executives are preparing for a new crop of Microsoft Windows Phones, Verizon has not had a great relationship with ruth bader ginsburg floral iphone case Microsoft, In 2010, Verizon launched Microsoft's pre-Windows Phone device, the Kin, This was supposed to be a mid-range "messaging" device geared toward heavy text message users, The device was a big flop, Within months of introducing the product, Verizon canceled it and took it off its shelves, Since then, Verizon executives haven't been excited about new Microsoft products, Last year at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Verizon's chief technology officer, Tony Melone admitted he had doubts that Microsoft could "get the traction they are hoping for with Windows Phone 7."..
Nearly a year has passed. Microsoft has updated its software and launched its first phones from Nokia. The new software and phones have gotten high marks from reviewers. But Verizon still doesn't seem excited about Windows Phone devices. The company quietly put out one Windows Phone handset in the market in 2011. And in December when Verizon Wireless Chief Marketing Officer Marni Walden met with CNET, she didn't seem that interested in adding more devices. The big hang up for Verizon is that until Nokia's new Lumia 900, no Windows Phone supported 4G LTE. And for Verizon, that is the most important element for its new phones.
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