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Will Microsoft's Surface Mini undercut the competition? - InfoWorld (blog)

Will Microsoft's Surface Mini undercut the competition? - InfoWorld (blog) | Windows Phone | Scoop.it
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Will Microsoft's Surface Mini undercut the competition?
InfoWorld (blog)
For months Microsoft has been dropping coy hints about a forthcoming smaller-form-factor Surface.
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Are we even sure that Microsoft is going to make a Surface Mini? And if they do I doubt they would be calling it the "Mini" and stealing Apple's language. I have always been of the opinion that Microsoft is making hardware to sort of set the standard among its third party hardware makers. With the Acer Iconia W3 having just come out it seems that the PC makers may take up the small windows tablet mantel on their own.

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Simple Calendar V2.0 For Windows Phone Updated With Live Tiles

Simple Calendar V2.0 For Windows Phone Updated With Live Tiles | Windows Phone | Scoop.it
A new version of Simple Calendar app for Windows Phone released – Simple Calendar 2.0. New version of Simple Calendar comes with new Modern UI inspired Live Tiles and easy to read calendar system.
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Calendars are a big problem right now for Windows Phone. I've been having a lot of trouble getting my google calendar to sync to my windows phone so new calendar options are always welcome. Especially when they embrace the windows design language and support live tiles

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MapQuest arrives for Windows Phone 8 - Engadget

MapQuest arrives for Windows Phone 8 - Engadget | Windows Phone | Scoop.it
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MapQuest arrives for Windows Phone 8
Engadget
Let's be frank: most Windows Phone users already have some form of navigation on hand, whether it's Nokia's Here Drive+ beta or one of the alternatives.
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I'm willing to try it out, but honestly... the chances of this pulling me away from Nokia's Here collection of apps are slim. Here has been great and the tight integration between maps and turn by turn directions is not something I'll want to give up.

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