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Top Windows Mobile news of the week: Bye Sunrise, Nokia license, new build

This week in Windows Mobile saw a new build released, Sunrise to be no more, and Microsoft licensed Nokia.
Written by James Kendrick, Contributor on
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Windows Phone 14342 released

Microsoft has released a new preview build of Windows Phone for Fast Ring Insiders. Build 14342 is based on Redstone and brings the phone version up to the desktop counterpart.

Source: ZDNet

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Microsoft to remove Sunrise calendar app

Microsoft plans to remove the Sunrise calendar app from Apple and Google stores by the end of August. The firm bought Sunrise a few months back and will follow plans to shut it down.

Source: ZDNet

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Nokia phones and tablets will be running Android

Microsoft has sold a license to the Finnish company HMD Global Oy to produce Nokia-branded phones and tablets for the next 10 years. New smartphones and tablets to be produced by the new company will be running Android and not Windows.

Source: ZDNet

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