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Nokia Lumia Icon Windows Phone Sees Red on Verizon

February 12, 2014
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TheStreet's Gary Krakow reviews the latest, and possibly last, Windows phone from Nokia, the Lumia Icon. The smartphone makes a splash as soon as its protective case is opened, revealing a glowing red light and matching Monster headphones. The device, which is available on Verizon, comes with a 5-inch OLED touchscreen, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, and a 20-megapixel camera with Zeiss lens. Video provided by TheStreet

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Microsoft's First Windows 8.1 Smartphone: The Nokia Lumia 635

Microsoft's First Windows 8.1 Smartphone: The Nokia Lumia 635

TheStreet (July 15, 2014) — The Nokia Lumia 635 is a successor to 2013's super-popular Lumia 620 model. This new handset is an improvement in nearly every way. Microsoft's first release has a great-looking 4.5-inch touchscreen, a speedy quad-core Qualcomm 400 processor, a new, squared-off design and its the first device to run on Windows Phone 8.1. The new operating system improves many things, most important of which were the long-standing complaints about short battery life. When put to the test, the new Windows phone provided more than a day of heavy use on a full charge. There is also Cortana. Think of it as Microsoft's version of the "OK Google" or Siri. TheStreet's Technology Contributor Gary Krakow has details. Video provided by TheStreet
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The Phones Microsoft and Nokia Could Have Built

The Phones Microsoft and Nokia Could Have Built

Newsy (Sep. 14, 2013) — Before Microsoft acquired Nokia, Nokia was experimenting with Android phones and Microsoft was testing a Surface phone.
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Review: HP Elite Book 820 With Windows 7

Review: HP Elite Book 820 With Windows 7

TheStreet (Jan. 31, 2014) — HP has a new business laptop, the EliteBook 820, which the company advertises as "ultra-portable" and "ultra secure." What HP isn't advertising is that the EliteBook allows users to dump Windows 8 and go back to Windows 7. The laptop is available with an i3 or i5 processor, 4 gigabytes of RAM, a 12.5 inch non-touchscreen display, a traditional or solid-state hard drive, and fingerprint scanner. The EliteBook also ships with Windows 7 Professional. TheStreet's Gary Krakow shows off the new EliteBook features in New York. Video provided by TheStreet
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Microsoft Ends Support for Windows XP, Leaves ATMs Vulnerable

Microsoft Ends Support for Windows XP, Leaves ATMs Vulnerable

TheStreet (Apr. 8, 2014) — In what's being called the death of Windows XP, Microsoft will no longer provide support for the operating system beginning today. Without Microsoft's security updates, computers running on XP will be left vulnerable to viruses and cyber attacks. That includes many of the nation's ATMs and small businesses still running on Windows XP. Microsoft is advising that XP users upgrade their current PC to run on Windows 8.1 if possible. If not, Microsoft encourages users to shop for a new computer. Video provided by TheStreet
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