If you've been paying attention to the mobile phone world lately, there are two names that will likely jump to the front of your mind: Apple and Android. While these two companies get the lion's share of the publicity (and a proportionately large number of device sales), both of them were actually very late to the party. Microsoft, it turns out, practically invented the smart phone. Back in the pre-iPhone days, Windows was arguably the biggest player in the nascent PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) market - helping the savviest and most forward-thinking businessmen get their work done digitally. By contrast, Apple was still trying to peddle the universally maligned Newton Message Pad. Whether you've been a loyal Windows Phone user for years or you're just now growing tired of the same-old-same-old world of iOS or Android, this guide will help to make sure that you have all of the tools you need to make Windows Phone 8 your new favorite. We'll take you through Live Tiles, SkyDrive, Multitasking, Kids Corner, and a lot more - everything you'll need to make the most of your Lumia 920, HTC 8X, Samsung ATIV S, or any other Windows Phone 8 Device on the market. Ready to get started? Let's go!
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Are you tired of your current cell phone carrier? Want to get out of the contract without an early termination fee and switch to a better carrier without a contract? Now there might be a way to do it and you can learn about it in this book. Are you getting what you bargained for in your cell phone service? Are you getting dropped calls? Have you determined that your service is just too expensive for you. Getting sudden bill increases? Are you frustrated? Want to move to a more reliable lower cost carrier. Good news. Carriers often breach contracts by making changes without your permission. That is your opportunity to get out of the contract and switch to another carrier you like.
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