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Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.726 rolling out to Release Preview Ring. Changelog

Microsoft has now pushed Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.726 (10.0.14393.726) to Insiders in Release Preview Ring. The build will be tested by Insiders and feedback will be provided to Microsoft. The last release build for non-insiders was Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.693. The next Anniversary update build may be pushed by

Updated: (Fake Nokia Account). Snapdragon 835 running Nokia Android Phone & Nokia Windows 10 Devices may come later

Update: HMD's communications team has contacted us to clarify that the Weibo account behind these claims is not the official Nokia account but a fake account.In a reply posted by Nokia China official Weibo account there are two big claims / confirmations. The first claim / confirmation is about a rumor

Buy HP Elite X3 for $667 in US. (UK- £679, Germany -€753). Price, Buy links & Release Dates for all markets

And HP has now made HP Elite X3 Price & Release Date official for US and European markets via a press release. The smartphone will be released in more than 45 markets and you can read the full list by clicking here.HP Elite X3 Best Offer / Buy links HongKong: HP Elite

Windows 10 Mobile Build 15014 live now for Fast Ring. Full Changelog. App corner depreciated

Microsoft has today pushed Windows 10 Mobile Build 15014 to Insiders in Fast Ring. The build brings some new features and changes but also some feature depreciation. App corner has been depreciated because of low use. The build also packs lots of fixes and improvements. Read the full changelog below.Windows

Build 15007 also brings SD Card encryption & Glance screen improvements. Random Reboots added to Known Issues

It seems Microsoft has later added two more new features to the already big changelog of Windows 10 Mobile Build 15007. Now you can encrypt your SD Card too if you are on Build 15007. Glance screen has got one of its desired options back.Encrypt your SD card (Mobile):

Windows 10 PC / Mobile Build 15010 may be next, shows leaked screenshot

Microsoft last pushed Build 15007 for Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 PC  to Windows Insiders in Fast Ring. However, the company has already started testing new update for Windows 10 PCs and Mobiles. Windows 10 Insider Preview Internal build 15010 — Necrosoft Core (@NecrosoftCore) January 15, 2017Now, a leaked screenshot

Windows 10 Mobile Build 15007 Known Issues

Microsoft pushed Windows 10 Mobile Build 15007 to Insiders in Fast Ring and you can read the changelog by clicking here. The Build 15007 however has some known issues too, which you should know beforehand before planning to upgrade your phone.Build 15007 Known Issues:The Windows Hello greeting is missing

Windows 10 Mobile Build 15007 is the latest for Fast Ring. Full Changelog (Compiled)

Microsoft has pushed Windows 10 Mobile Build 15007 to Insiders in Fast Ring. The build brings lots of changes and new features being the first build for 2017. We have compiled all the new features / changes and also the fixes and improvements it brings with itself.Windows 10 Mobile Build

A localization update brings Build 14998 to Fast Ring, but may make you reflash your phone

Well this is a surprise of sorts!! A new update "Localization for English" is rolling out to some Insiders devices in Fast Ring. This update interestingly updates devices to Windows 10 Mobile Build 14998. But don't do it. I mean if you update to Build 14998 using this localization update, your

Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.693 available for non-insiders now. Changelog

Microsoft has today pushed Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.693 to non-insiders. The Build brings lots of fixes and improvements over the last production build. The last build for non-insiders was Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.576.Windows 10 Mobile Build 14393.693 Changelog:This update includes quality improvements. No new operating system features are

Microsoft shares Creators update Docking & UI improvements. Targets Universal Docking with future updates

Microsoft has shared its vision of "Universal Docking" in slides of its WinHEC 2016 presentation on Docking. Microsoft defines universal docking as: Any Windows Dock should be able to work with any Windows 10 Device, be it phone, laptop or tablet. Very interestingly, universal docking scenario is considered for both Wireless