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Nokia X2 improves on previous X models

When news of the Microsoft take-over of Nokia’s mobile division first came out, people were both apprehensive and excited to see what would come out of this partnership. If the recently unveiled X2 is any indication, it’s an improvement over the previous models in Nokia’s X series but for an Android phone, it still has a long way to go before it can catch up with other brands.

Outlook Web App arrives on Android for business users

Continuing its surprising, but not unwelcome, expansion in to Android, Microsoft's Office team has announced the immediate availability of Outlook Web App for Android. But while this rather useful app will let you easily manage your work email and contacts, it has some rather steep requirements that will leave a lot of Android users out in the cold.

Nokia’s went with Windows Phone to survive, avoid Samsung

In an “ask me anything” session today, former Nokia chief and current Microsoft head of devices and services Stephen Elop answered questions on a variety of topics. One of those was Nokia’s decision to make devices for the Windows Phone platform instead of Android. When prompted if he thought it was the right decision, his answer was as reasonable as it was surprising.  
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