Microsoft announced today it is killing Skype for Windows 8 Phone, Windows RT and TVs, while also removing support for the messaging app for anyone not on the Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update, among other platforms receiving the death knell.
Rumoured for years, Microsoft might finally release a Surface Phone able to run x86 Windows desktop apps, with or without Continuum, on either Intel or ARM processors.
If there are any Windows 10 Mobile phone users left out there, the good news is that the Creators Update is coming soon.
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