Top Windows Mobile news of the week: Big slow ring build, Microsoft buys SwiftKey

This week in Windows Mobile Microsoft bought SwiftKey and a big build hit the Insider's Slow Ring.
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Microsoft buys SwiftKey

SwiftKey, long a major predictive keyboard app maker for Android, has been acquired by Microsoft. The deal is valued at $250 million and gets the company's successful predictive text that uses artificial intelligence to guess what a user will be typing next before they do.

Source: Ars Tecnica


New Windows Mobile 10 build comes to Slow ring

Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.71 is now available to insiders on the Slow ring. The build is a cumulative update that includes performance boosts and a lot of feature updates. The latter includes improvements to the Edge browser and better SD card support.

Source: Neowin

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