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Back when Microsoft first introduced the Windows Phone, the company claimed that it would handle the process of updating the operating system. Five years later, it seems like they actually mean it. A blog post on the Microsoft Ignite blog post about Windows for Business announced: Here at Microsoft, we take our responsibility to keep Windows secure seriously.We […]



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How Microsoft Is Going to Port Everything to Windows

We heard the rumors over and over: Android apps are coming to Windows 10. It sounded like a good way to let Windows Phone and Desktop users fill the gaps in the Windows Store—but it isn’t happening. Instead, Microsoft is making it ridiculously easy to port Android apps to the Windows Store. And everything else too: iOS apps, Win23 (desktop) applications—even websites.

So no, you can’t play iOS games on your Windows machine. But if you’re a developer, it will be incredibly easy to turn your iOS game into something that Windows users can play.

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INTRO TALK ABOUT DARRELL’S PIECE LOOK NOW ANYONE CAN BUILD A WINDOWS PHONE APP! LET’S SEE WHAT THE OPTIONS ARE AN OPTION FROM ABOVE: Menu: Do you own a restaurant, or maybe just have that favorite place that you go to every week? Use this template to show your customers or your friends t… I DO NOT OWN A RESTAURANT SO I WILL SELECT ‘CREATE AN EMPTY APP’ THE LOGO UPLOAD FAILED. SORRY TECHCRUNCH NO FREE LOVE FOR YOU. LET’S SEE WHAT IS NEXT: TRYING TO ADD STUFF TO THE SOMETHING, I’M KINDA CONFUSED. … Continue reading

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Windows Phone App Studio Makes App Creation as Easy as Drag and Drop

Windows/Windows Phone: In an effort to make app development simple and, hopefully, spur a little more creation on the platform, Microsoft released a new beta of Windows Phone App Studio. Users can now put together an app via drag and drop, without ever writing a line of code.

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