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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.  

Samsung Galaxy Pro video ad takes shots at all rivals

Samsung has fired another volley of not-so-subtle criticisms against its rivals and this time it is not leaving anyone out. It's latest ad for its Galaxy Pro line of tablets try to make sure that everyone knows that Samsung's offering makes you more productive than any iPad or Surface or Kindle Fire will ever do.

Asus halts dual-boot devices after pressure from Google and Microsoft

As you may expect, neither Google nor Microsoft are happy about dual booting devices. Both feel it takes away form what they have on offer, and has the potential to confuse customers. Asus had an Android/Windows device in the works, but has reportedly shelved it due to pressure form both Google and Microsoft.

SkyDrive becomes OneDrive, comes with fresh UI for Android app

If you’re using Microsoft’s SkyDrive for your cloud storage needs, don’t be concerned about the incoming update. SkyDrive will now be known as OneDrive, with the Android app seeing an update. Not only new in name, the app has a sightly tweaked interface, as well as some tricks to get free storage.
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