Marketplace Tech Report for Thursday, April 5, 2012

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The Windows Phone platform is about to get a big boost from Nokia. The Finnish company, which made it big in handset phones is launching the Lumia 900, a smartphone that runs on Windows and will be available (at least for a while) at $99, making it half the price of the average new smartphone. But does the device have what it takes to compete against the big two and give customers a legitimate third major option? Also, we debate pros and cons of Google Glasses.
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Nokia's new Windows Phone: A legit contender?

The Windows Phone platform is about to get a big boost from Nokia. The Finnish company is launching the Lumia 900, a smartphone that runs on Windows. Also, Google wants to put a computer in your glasses.
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