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January 30, 2013
Nokia usually isn’t in a place to talk when it comes to mobile competition — unless the target of its mockery is BlackBerry.

Nokia usually isn’t in a place to talk when it comes to mobile competitionunless the target of its mockery is BlackBerry.

18:38 // 1 year ago
March 28, 2012

Disqualified winner in Microsoft contest gets prizes, auctions them off

A contest controversy resolves itself: Skatter Tech's founder and CEO, Sahas Katta, stirred up controversy over the weekend after winning a “Smoked by Windows Phone” challenge at his local Microsoft store, only to be disqualified for questionable reasons. After a few days of bad press, Microsoft seems to have relented, and sent Katta his Hunger Games-edition laptop and an $899 Nokia Lumia 800 bundle. Now, he’s auctioning off both, with all of the proceeds headed to charity. source

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11:33 // 2 years ago
March 26, 2012
Were Windows Phone fans hoaxed by Microsoft?
Did Microsoft rig their new promotion? Some are crying foul after reports surfaced over the weekend that Microsoft coached store employees prior to launching the nationwide competition. After Skatter Tech's Sahas Katta was disqualified for questionable reasons, many began to wonder if the “Smoked by Windows Phone” competition was rigged. Further investigation revealed that management warned staff about “power users”, phones that should not be allowed to compete in certain challenges, and a slew of other potential pitfalls in the Windows Phone platform that employees should learn to identify. (photo by clintonjeff) source
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Did Microsoft rig their new promotion? Some are crying foul after reports surfaced over the weekend that Microsoft coached store employees prior to launching the nationwide competition. After Skatter Tech's Sahas Katta was disqualified for questionable reasons, many began to wonder if the “Smoked by Windows Phone” competition was rigged. Further investigation revealed that management warned staff about “power users”, phones that should not be allowed to compete in certain challenges, and a slew of other potential pitfalls in the Windows Phone platform that employees should learn to identify. (photo by clintonjeffsource

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23:13 // 2 years ago