Beating Nokia, LG, and ZTE to the punch, HTC has just began accepting pre-orders for the Triumph, which is essentially a re-branded Titan for the Chinese market.

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Thanks to a partnership with Zain Group, Windows Phones are set to be available in Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and South Sudan later this year.

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One Year On: Nokia Has Come a Long Way, Still Has a Very Long Way to Go

It has been a year since Nokia announced it was adopting Windows Phone as its smartphone platform. A review of the past year.

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Speaking to Pocket-Lint, HTC has confirmed that it plans to create and launch Windows Phone handsets that will run the next major OS update, ‘Apollo’, later on this year. HTC mentioned this when Pocket-Lint inquired as to whether or not we can expect a Windows Phone (or multiple of them) to eventually join the ranks of the HTC One Android lineup.

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Nokia Announces Lumia 610, Lowered ‘Tango’ Minimum Requirements Official

Nokia has just announced the new, entry-level Lumia 610. Priced at the low cost of 189 Euros before taxes and subsidies (approximately $255 US), it is now Nokia’s cheapest Windows Phone. This low price point has been made possible thanks to the (now official), formerly rumored lowered Windows Phone specifications; as we reported earlier this […]

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Microsoft Releases Skype For Windows Phone Beta; Final Release Slated For April

The wait is now over for those of you who were eagerly anticipating Skype for Windows Phone; Microsoft has just announced that a beta of Skype for Windows Phone is now available on the Marketplace. Allowing users to make audio and video calls to Skype contacts over 3G, 4G, or WiFi, along with calls to […]

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Despite a recent rumor that LG was working on a new Windows Phone — the LG Miracle — it turns out that the company will be exclusively debuting Android handsets at this year’s Mobile World Congress.

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Windows Live now allows you to connect to Google to keep contacts in sync. Is this is prepration for native support of Google services in WP7/W8?

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Details of the Nokia Lumia 610 have been leaked ahead of its official unveiling at MWC 2012. It runs Windows Phone Tango, and has a 3.2 inch display.

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Nokia was the top Windows Phone manufacturer in Q4 2011, with around 33% market share. However, the overall numbers were quite low with less than a million Nokia Windows Phones shipped.

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Smoked By Windows Phone Ignites Into A Digital Ad Campaign

Remember the Smoked by Windows Phone campaign, where Microsoft’s Ben Rudolph headed to CES, challenging smartphone users to tasks to see which phone can complete them the quickest? Starting today, Microsoft is debuting a new digital ad campaign showing off the many victories — Windows Phone won 88% of the time at CES (95% if you factor in the California Smoked by Windows Phone tour) — in 15 to 30 second segments. Among the sites that the ads will be shown on are Forbes, CNET, Entertainment Tonight, Geek.com, and Daily Candy.

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In a press release sent out today, ZTE revealed their plans to pull the curtains on new Windows Phones. They claim that they are going to be releasing a flagship, quad-core handset, on top of devices with LTE, 4G radio, and “the latest Android and Windows Mobile platforms.” Now, the question here is, what OS will that flagship device be running. If Android, will they be creating a Windows Phone counterpart?

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Windows division president, Steven Sinofsky shared two images that show early Windows 8 builds running on ARM powered phones.

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Microsoft’s Windows Phone developer evangelist Brandon Watson is leaving Microsoft to work for Amazon.

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Nokia announced its Q4 2011 earnings results. It has sold over 1 million Lumia units to date, but still reported an operating loss of $1.3 billion.

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