Microsoft's 'My Phone' Web Site Goes Live
A new web site recently appeared that provides information about a product that Windows Mobile devices can use to sync data. According to the web site, Microsoft's My Phone service syncs information between your phone and the web. It lets users back up and restore their phone's information to a password-protected web site; lets them access and update their contacts and appointments through their web account; as well as lets them share photos on their phone with family and friends. According to the My Phone information page, the service will be free and users will have access to 200MB of storage. My Phone is an application that will need to be downloaded to the Windows Mobile device before users can create accounts. Microsoft responded to the web site's appearance, "Microsoft’s My Phone Web site went live prior to its scheduled debut. However, we are excited about the new Microsoft My Phone service, which will be available as a limited, invite-only beta. We will have more details about My Phone and the limited invite only beta at Mobile World Congress."
Microsoft Slips Up, Posts Lumia 950 and 950XL to Web Site
Microsoft revealed a few details about the unannounced Lumia 950 and 950 XL smartphones on its UK-based web site. The phones will be the first to ship with Windows 10 Mobile on board, Microsoft's new operating system.
Instagram's Mobile Web Site Now Lets You Upload Photos
Instagram has expanded the functionality of its mobile web site to include basic photo uploads. Previously, the web version of Instagram was limited to a more passive series of features such as browsing, searching, and liking.
Instagram Overhauls Mobile and Desktop Web Sites
Instagram has redesigned its mobile and desktop web sites, placing a greater emphasis on the photos. Images are now much larger on the site, which will display users' image feed when they sign in with their account.
FCC Spills New Huawei Phone for AT&T
An unannounced Huawei phone for AT&T appeared today on the FCC web site. Slated for AT&T's GoPhone prepaid lineup, the H1611 appears to be an affordable Android phone with a large screen, Snapdragon 615 processor, and sealed-in 3,000 mAh battery.
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