Top Windows Mobile news of the week: LinkedIn purchase, business apps, new preview build

This week in Windows Mobile saw not one but two preview builds, Microsoft bought LinkedIn, and finding business apps just got easier.

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Microsoft buys LinkedIn

In a surprising move Microsoft has purchased LinkedIn for $26.2 billion. The latter will operate independently from Microsoft but we could see tighter integration with LinkedIn and Windows Mobile in the future.

Source: ZDNet

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Two test builds of Windows 10 released this week

Insiders on the Fast Ring may be having trouble keeping up with Microsoft as new builds are flying fast and furious. The latest is Build 14367 and among other features adds a way to allow starting fresh with a clean installation of Windows 10.

Source: ZDNet

Finding business apps now easier for Windows 10

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Microsoft has started a site that catalogues business apps for Windows 10. The site organizes apps by function and should make it easier to find the apps needed for business.

Source: ZDNet

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