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Nokia tipped to have over 10,000 Android phones as a plan B

Last week we learned a lot about Nokia and their Android aspirations, confirming they had a few Android Lumia smartphone prototypes in the works. Today though news has arrived that they weren't just working on a couple of prototypes, but actually have over 10,000 Android smartphones codenamed "Mountain View" already built. Which was set to be a budget-friendly Android smartphone and a plan B for if (when) Windows Phone didn't pan out.

Nokia plays off Android KitKat, asks us to have a break from Samsung and Android

As we all know, the folks over at Microsoft and Nokia aren't doing so great in the mobile space. Although, Microsoft looks to change that with their recent acquisition and buyout of Nokia. They'll soon be taking the same approach as Apple and now Google, by having their own hardware company. In light of Sundar Pichai announcing Android 4.4 KitKat, Nokia's now begging us all to "have a break" from Android.

Google and Microsoft team up against the feds over NSA spat

The thought of Google and Microsoft teaming up certainly is an odd one, given all the trouble and past legal battles Microsoft has aimed at Google's Android, but it's for the greater good. This week we've learned that Google and Microsoft teamed up and have sued the US government. Taking on the feds directly in an attempt to have more freedom and transparency.

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will retire within 12 months time

Steve Ballmer hasn't always been friendly to Android. In fact, he once referred to Android as “wild,” “uncontrolled,” and susceptible to malware and went on to talk about how he believes Android is "not in the consumers best interest." Anyway, given some of those earlier comments we suspect some of the more loyal Android users have harsh feelings towards Ballmer. But that being said, it is hard to ignore when a CEO of a large company announces his retirement plans.

Office Mobile for Android arrives for Office 365 users

Office Mobile arrived for iOS users a few weeks back and as of today the app has arrived for those carrying an Android device. The app is available by way of the Google Play Store and is dubbed Office Mobile for Office 365. The app itself is free to download, however as the name would imply -- it is intended for Office 365 users. Specifically, for Office 365 users with an active subscription.
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