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Top 6 Best Apps for Windows 8 Phone

The much anticipated Windows 8 Phone entry wasn’t accompanied by quite the bang that had been expected. But rather than describing the welcome as tepid, it’d be more appropriate to say that the outlook was more cautious than indifferent or hostile. However, that’s changing fast: the Window’s Phone is here, and from the looks of it, it seems here to …

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5 Best Car Games for Windows Phone

Windows phone has been started by Microsoft and it is an improved rendition. It is synonymous with different auto applications. Here are the autoclap 5 Best Car Games for Windows Phone. 1. Asphalt 7 Heat This multiplayer, completely internet game permits you to race against individuals everywhere on the world. The rivalry doesn’t end on the track since you can …

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Skype for Windows Phone 8 Preview v2.4 update brings HD video calling

Microsoft has updated the Skype app for Windows Phone 8 to version 2.4 that brings several new features including support for 720p HD video calls on high-end devices. The app intelligently determines the best quality based on the device and the connection. This update also brings landscape mode for video calls, option to switch between either cameras during a call and …

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Windows RT hacked to run unsigned desktop apps

Windows RT desktop apps Microsoft’s Windows RT can apparently run unsigned desktops app with a little bit of hacking. In a blog posted yesterday, a hacker dubbed clrokr described how he was able to change a value in the Windows RT kernel to bypass certain restrictions set up by Microsoft. The blog details how clrokr tracked down the right value …

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Tobii REX brings Gaze eye-tracking tech to any Windows 8 machine

  Tobii Tobii may not be a household brand name yet, but that doesn’t make the company’s eye-tracking technology any less impressive. Opportunity of CES  At last year’s CES we got an opportunity to preview Gaze UI, an interface that allowed us to navigate, zoom, select and scroll on a proprietary Windows 8-enabled laptop with just our pupils and a touchpad; this …

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