February 17, 2013 at 16:36 | By Darlington Moyo
Music streaming service Rhapsody has launched new app for Windows Phone 8. Rhapsody is the oldest player in streaming music in U.S. with more than a million paid users in the U.S and more than 16 million tracks. The v3.0 update brings support for Windows Phone 8 in mind and other improvements.
February 17, 2013 at 14:26 | By Darlington Moyo
We all know that Nokia will be revealing new device(s) at the Mobile World Congress in a couple of weeks time, but it's still unknown as to how many devices will be revealed. Alan Mendelevich, owner of the Adduplex network, has attempted to shed some light into as to how many devices we should expect from Nokia by tweeting unknown devices captured in their logs. For those not familiar with Adduplex, it is a cross-promotion network for Windows 8 and Windows Phone apps and is used by some of the most popular Windows Phone games and applications.
February 16, 2013 at 12:40 | By Darlington Moyo
It turns out the mystery device that showed up on a Nokia Lumia 920 TV ad by Dutch carrier KPN may not be an upcoming addition to the Nokia Lumia range after all. Following widespread reports of the device after it was spotted by keen-eyed Windows Phone enthusiasts, Nokia and the carrier have moved to shut down the suspicion that the mystery yellow device is a yet-to-be-released Lumia.
February 16, 2013 at 10:59 | By Darlington Moyo
WPSuperfanboy was started a year ago by Darlington Moyo, with the help of his good mate John Williams. Although there were already a handful of websites dedicated to the platform, none of them were pro-Windows Phone without being ashamed of it. Therefore, we felt Windows Phone needed a forum where fan-boys could express themselves and share knowledge without the worry of being trolled by fandroids and iSheep. While the initial intention was to create a forum, it soon became apparent that there was a need for an alternative to the already existing Windows Phone news websites - someone to stand up for Windows Phone if you may, hence WPSuperfanboy was born.
February 16, 2013 at 08:15 | By Darlington Moyo
Nokia recently confirmed that they were working on bringing some features that existed in its Windows Phone 7 Lumia devices to their Windows Phone 8 offerings such as flip-to-silence. Nokia also mentioned that other old features could be making the leap to Windows Phone 8, including DLNA support by means of their 'Play To' application. The Play To application has been demanded by Lumia Windows Phone 8 consumers since the refreshed operation system was launched, but has remained in beta testing.
February 15, 2013 at 12:34 | By Darlington Moyo
Nokia Music+ in now available in the UK, allowing Lumia owners to enjoy a wider selection of music for a small monthly fee. Nokia Music - not to be confused with Nokia Music+ - has been around for a while now, enabling Nokia Lumia owners to enjoy the benefit of free music streaming through the exclusive Mix Radio service.
February 15, 2013 at 10:39 | By Darlington Moyo
Unfortunately I cant tell you what they are saying on the ad as my Dutch is a bit rusty to say the least, but one thing for sure is that the yellow device featured (above) is not known to us. The rounded corners and curved back would suggest that this was a Nokia Lumia 822 but we already know that the 822 is exclusive to Verizon and that it doesn't come in yellow. Also, the device looks to have a slim profile, something all Nokia Lumia Windows Phone devices aren't.
February 15, 2013 at 09:46 | By Darlington Moyo
UK mobile operator O2 is set to bolster it's Windows Phone 8 line-up by adding the recently launched Huawei Ascend W1 in March. 02 already offers a wide range of Windows Phone 8 in the HTC Windows Phone 8X, 8S, Samsung ATIV S, Nokia Lumia 820 and Lumia 620, so the Ascend W1 will no doubt widen the choice for prospective Windows Phone users on the network.
February 13, 2013 at 11:22 | By Darlington Moyo
UK mobile operator O2 has slashed the price of the Nokia Lumia 620 to just £119.99 on pay as you go from the usual £149.99, offering a £30 savings. The discount is only available today (February 13) as part of 02's "Like it to lower it" Facebook campaign, where O2 asked its Facebook fans to "Like" the handset they most wanted to see discounted.
February 7, 2013 at 18:45 | By Darlington Moyo
Ubisoft released their Q3 figures today, revealing that some of their big titles like So Monster Burner, Rabbids Go Phone Again and Rayman Jungle Run will be making their way to Windows Phone. These are all top titles so they’ll be a welcomed addition over the next 60 days.