On Monday at an event in San Francisco, Microsoft unveiled the final pieces of its Windows Phone 8 product. Previously, the company had detailed a number of features of the update to is mobile platform, focusing on developer tools and capabilities. Today, the consumer side of the software was shown off. This post is divided into two sections: First, a short overview of Windows Phone 8, with commentary on how it fits into the Windows Phone brand, and the larger smartphone market as a whole. Following, we’ll dig into a number of specific features of Windows Phone 8, highlighting what we find the most important, and relevant. Read the full story at The Next Web.
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"Everything you need to know about Windows Phone 8" by @ShellyPalmer
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