I thought there were already Windows 8 devices with mobile broadband built in.
Microsoft will get people to use Bing by not telling them its Bing. Interesting.
Probably doesn't require a reboot, but for you to log off and log back on. Windows has always required you to do that even when you change the DPI settings when you have just one display.
The sad thing about the US market is because of the way subsidies work, it never makes sense to get anything but a "high-end" device when you consider "saving" $200 on what it's a $2500 2-year...
It's not that hard for the Outlook app to ask for a login for Office 365 otherwise it won't run.
I wouldn't be surprised if WebGL is enabled for Windows Phone 8, thus allowing for super easy porting of iOS/Android games to Windows Phone for those not written using any middleware.
I strongly doubt you are ever going to see POP3 support, simply because its not a cloud-based technology. Besides, typing all of your email to a single device is absolutely idiotic in this day and...
I wish the speaker doubled as an alarm clock as well.
Hmm.. I already paid, I wonder if I get the extra time.
Also, the website says you get 3 months free just by redeeming the offer and 3 more months if you share on Facebook. Maybe that's...
Makes me wonder how well Windows Phone 8 would be doing if there were a high-end Nokia device on Verizon and Sprint.