MS has made this really frustrating in my situation. I have a MS account that is tied to my Windows 8.1 login that I want to get rid of but my old "keep 10 songs" XBox Music pass is tied to it....
Has MS pushed this in their marketing? To me it's a huge differentiator and I have to agree that they're the only ones who get it right.
"Verizon needs that Lumia 929, stat."
Based on the numbers, wouldn't they be better off getting a low end device since that is driving sales? Or are Verizon customers more likely to go for...
I think the biohazard symbol was a reference to the movie "28 Days Later" given the article title, but I can see what you're saying about it meaning "stay away."
What I really want a view of is how many songs are my songs that I own outright - not songs that are a part of my XBox music pass. That would be helpful.