Mobile

Microsoft this week has finally retired Windows 10 mobile, ending support for its smartphone OS. However, in a quirk of differing lifecycle policies, the software giant will continue to support its Office apps for Windows 10 Mobile a bit longer – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote will get support until early 2021. This past Patch Tuesday, December 10th, was the final update that Microsoft will deliver for the Windows 10 Mobile. This means that going forward, the company will not be providing any further security updates, non-security hotfixes, free assisted support options, or free online technical content updates for the OS. This applies to smartphones/phablets produced by Microsoft (under the Nokia Lumia brand), whereas other devices may have a different lifecycle policy and continue to get...

MidiLand S4 8200 5.1 Speakers

MidiLand did a fantastic job on this 5.1 solution, from its metallic looking casing to the high quality audio that it reproduces. It's a 5.1 solution that will be...

2 by Jason Clark on 4/12/2000

Cambridge SoundWorks Digital 2.1 Speakers

Cambridge SoundWorks has been making solutions for the 2 channel market for awhile. The market has changed a bit - users are a bit more demanding about their sound...

0 by Jason Clark on 4/8/2000

Pine D'Music MP3 Player

With our ongoing coverage of portable MP3 players we have Pine's D'Music MP3 player. While the D'Music isn't the most popular MP3 player around, it actually turned out...

0 by Kiran Venkatesh on 3/19/2000

Best Data CABO MP3 Player

For our first look at a portable MP3 player we took a look at Best Data's first entry into the portable MP3 player market. The CABO MP3 player...

2 by Kiran Venkatesh on 3/12/2000

VideoLogic Sirocco CrossFire

VideoLogic, a division of Imagination Technologies, has recently started offering their products in North America. The first set of speakers from VideoLogic being reviewed here at AnandTech is the Sirocco Crossfire.

0 by Jason Clark on 2/19/2000

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