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Windows Phone users have a new way to shoot video to the big screen. Tube Cast is a free app that streams YouTube to Chromecast over your WiFi network.
If youswitch to Windows Phone 8 and already heavily invested in iTunes. There’s no iTunes app for WP8 so what do you do? The solution is easy!
Windows Phone 8 allows you to automatically upload photos to SkyDrive. Or you can set it to not to auto upload photos and video, then put them up manually.
Microsoft is giving its Windows Phone 8 owners a nice holiday bonus of 20GB of SkyDrive space for free. This is in addition to the 7GB each account has.
Microsoft announced that a new Xbox Video app for Windows Phone 8 (WP8) is available. It also released an Xbox Music preview app for Music Pass subscribers.
Windows Phone 8 has an easy way to get started setting up email and social accounts. Here’s how to set them up and use the Me tile to consolidate them all.
This is a cool trick for Windows Phone 8 users that allows you to easily search for highlighted words and phrases via Bing from IE and Office documents.
Nokia has announced the Lumia 620, an affordable dual-core Windows Phone 8 smartphone, mainly aimed at budget conscious consumers.
If you’ve purchased a used Windows Phone 8 or are sell one, you’ll to erase all data and set it back to factory settings. Here’s how to do it.
Do you have a HTC Windows Phone 8X but don’t know how to insert the micro SIM? It’s not very hard and all you need is a paper clip.
Windows Phone 8 can identify a song you hear in a few seconds. Similar to apps like Shazam or SoundHound, but just by using Bing that’s already in the OS.
Windows Phone 8 has the Kid’s Corner features that allows you to set up a customizable and protected environment for your kids on your smartphone.
Moving around content to and from a Windows Phone 8 smartphone to a Windows PC is easy. Here’s how to do it with Windows 7 or 8.