We are at Build 2014
The wait is almost over, Microsoft will be kicking off Build 2014 on April 2nd, and we are really excited about everything that will be announced, particularly the updates to the Windows Phone platform. While there has not been a lot of information in the rumor mill about it, don’t rule out announcements that may involve integrating certain developer tools related to Windows RT and the Windows operating system as well.
When it comes to Windows, we expect there will be some non-touch enhancements made to the mainstream OS to help those that work in a desktop environment, or those that do not like to use the touch screen features of their ultrabooks or keyboard operated tablets. While there will probably not be anything related to a formal announcement planned, we might catch a sneak peak at what Windows 9 may have in store for us too.
Windows Phone will certainly steal much of the show however, despite all the leaks we have seen of the preview release thus far. We know that Windows Phone 8.1 has been released to manufacturers and that we may see the upgrade begin its rollout commercially later this month.
We will bring the Keynote via live blog, and other great articles of interest from Build 2014 as well as Nokia’s media event, to be held late in the afternoon of the April 2nd. Keep checking back here at PhoneArena.com.
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7. Beijendorf (Posts: 277; Member since: 27 Aug 2013)
If that's what you expect, prepare for disappointment.
No controlled leaks, no specifications, no renderings or anything. Plus, no reliable rumours. It's unlikely to be out today without the usual fanfares Nokia goes with when releasing high-end products.
2. Felix_Gatto (Posts: 434; Member since: 03 Jul 2013)
WP has a very slow development rate, 4 years of development and still can't meet my expectations. But l still have a hope on WP 8.1.
5. SAO101789 (Posts: 120; Member since: 10 Feb 2014)
Same here. I won't go WP and nokia till I see improvements especially in video because I want to watch my videos. Nokia = best camera
6. CX3NT3_713 (Posts: 1650; Member since: 18 Apr 2011)
Yesssss,, bring it Microsoft , show the world , you still got it!!!
9. corporateJP (Posts: 1520; Member since: 28 Nov 2009)
On a side note, an American icon, Motorola, is being boxed and shipped to China as we speak.
In other news, the other original innovator of mobile technology, Nokia (Devices & Services, anyhow) is coming to America.
Weird how this worked out, beyond the fact that both companies (shells of their former selves) will be owned by another entity that is not it's own.