Team at VLC has been working really hard to get a Windows Phone port ready especially after releasing the Windows 8 app some time back. But the development for ARM devices had its share of difficulties as revealed by the team member Thomas Nigro earlier,
“Problems with the ARM compiler. Microsoft doesn’t have one. We have to make it ourselves. And it’s very high level of engineering.”
Now today after a period of about one & a half months, we are being greeted with some positive words from Thomas Nigro
MSN from Microsoft is back and its new form is taking over the Web and Windows & Windows Phone 8.1 devices. Earlier this month, we saw a new avatar of MSN (msn.com) under preview and now that new avatar is officially rolling to more than 425 million people in over 50 countries around the world that come to the site each month. Windows & Windows Phone 8.1 device on the other side are seeing their Bing suite of apps getting converted to MSN ones.
Announced a few weeks ago, ‘Age of Empires: Castle Siege‘ from Microsoft Studios has officially hit the Windows & Windows Phone Store. It’s a jackpot as the game supports 512MB RAM WP devices and if that’s not enough then it comes with Xbox Live integration too.
After Lumia 635, it seems that yet another Lumia is set to join the gang at the US carrier T-Mobile. This time around it’s a niche device in the form of Lumia 1525. The info comes from leakster ‘evleaks’ and can be easily trusted.
Considering that there have been no leaks pertaining to Lumia 1525, one can safely assume it to be the orginal Lumia 1520 with slight modifications. If this info turns out to be true then it would be a bliss for T-Mobile users, especially those waiting to upgrade from the current Lumia 925 or the new owners who have been waiting for a real Lumia flagship.
It’s time for a change, Microsoft’s Cloud Storage application so far known as ‘SkyDrive’ will now onwards be known as ‘OneDrive’. The change comes in view of a lawsuit filed by ‘Sky Broadcasting Group’ over the use of word ‘Sky’ which infringes with their trademark. The result is OneDrive.
It’s always good to have a look at promo videos and today’s one is a pretty neat one from Nokia. At the center stage is Nokia’s Tablet, the Lumia 2520 and the Ad foucuses on its exceptional ability t0 perform well in bright sunlight.
A simple and a very well thought-of Ad.