Today at the Build Developer Conference, Microsoft is showing off the newest version of its phone OS, Windows Phone 8.1. And now, Windows Phone now has its own personal assistant: Cortana.
Last week's oddest announcement, Angry Birds Epic has now soft launched in Australia and Canada, giving players pretending to be in those countries a chance to find out just what the hell is going on. Let's take a look.
It's not a new Marvel movie without a Gameloft-developed mobile game tie-in. Behold The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the much prettier sequel to Gameloft's bestselling The Amazing Spider-Man.
Angry Birds developer Rovio said they were teasing an epic new game, and they weren't kidding. Soft launching in Australia and Canada this week, Angry Birds Epic is an adventure role-playing game with turn-based combat and an extensive crafting system. I did not see this coming.
Our week of emergency visual representations of our daily top app charts continues with the latest and greatest for the Windows Phone crowd, who seem to be playing a lot of SmartGlass and Xbox Live Extras. My high score in SmartGlass would blow your mind.
With 12 of its most popular games coming to the next generation of Microsoft's mobile platform, I can stop complaining that games like Asphalt 7 and N.O.V.A. 3 aren't on Windows Phone 7 and start whining about not having a Windows Phone 8. Huzzah!