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rival platforms. The company has long kept Office Mobile to itself, using it as a way to attract mobile users to Windows Phone and Windows-powered tablets. Third-party apps, such as the QuickOffice app owned by Google (NASDAQ:GOOG
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only works on android devices right now and your computer your home computer so that that all apple devices out all Windows Phone devices out. If you are an android guy. In this would be a good service for you. Google also unveiled a brand new
Android. Nokia's (NOK) U.S.-listed shares were down more than 5% to $3.64 after the company unveiled a new Windows Phone handset called the Lumia 925 at an event in London. Subscribe to WSJ: http://online.wsj.com?mod=djnwires
Android. Nokia's (NOK) U.S.-listed shares were down more than 5% to $3.63 after the company unveiled a new Windows Phone handset called the Lumia 925 at an event in London. Among other tech stocks, U.S.-listed shares of consumer
were last trading down a fraction at $15.78. Earlier in the morning, rival handset maker Nokia announced a new Windows Phone device called the Lummia 925 . Copyright © 2013 MarketWatch, Inc.
global smartphone market, Finnish mobile device-maker Nokia Corp. Tuesday launched another addition to its Lumia Windows phone lineup, emphasizing high-end camera features, wireless charging and use of lightweight components. Nokia's Lumia
U.S.-listed shares rose 3.1% to close at $3.66 after the company announced the launch of its Lumia 928 Windows Phone -based smartphone, exclusive to Verizon. The handset will cost $99 with a two-year contract. Nvidia (NVDA