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Windows Phone 8 is an impressive operating system and better than Windows Phone 7 in many ways, and it should be because Windows Phone 8 is an evolutionary version of its predecessor. Microsoft has done a great job with the new operating system which has a totally redesigned base structure as compared to Windows Phone 7. One of the interesting apps which Windows Phone 7 has and Windows Phone 8 doesn’t is the Bing Translator.

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Bing Translator application update Windows Phone 8 devices Microsoft's Bing team today released a new update to the Bing Translator Application for Windows Phone 8 devices - 2.8.0.0. This new update bing translate advances in speech function better and improve the quality of translations included. It also includes a redesigned user interface without using existing and recently released language packs.

New Skype Preview rolls out with Windows 10 Anniversary Update offering a dark theme OS integration Along with todays rollout of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update Microsoft is also debuting a new version of its Skype Windows application which the company says has been redesigned from the ground-up. In addition the new apps look Skype is also now integrated with Windows 10 which means it can work more seamlessly with the operating system. For example youll be able to reply to messages from a…

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Bing Now Knows Much More About People And

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Microsoft's Office for iPad Hits 12M Downloads

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