Microsoft paying $100,000 out to Windows Phone apps

Microsoft is currently paying $100,000 for app developers to port their various apps to Windows Phone. This is pushing the Windows Phone Store to a new level, while BlackBerry sits on the hope developers will port their apps. The company obviously believes third party influential apps are the key to mobile sales and despite being

Windows Phone Store now available in 42 new markets

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 has been a great operating system and the successor, Windows Phone 8, is even better. Despite having an elegant design and fluidic interface, when people discuss about Windows Phone 7 or 8, the topic of app availability pops up. Windows Phone Store does have many good apps, but the store isn’t