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Microsoft cures 'hiccup' that stopped Windows Phone apps installing
Microsoft has resumed publishing apps on Windows Phone Marketplace, after fixing a glitch with digital certificates that stopped some apps from installing on phones.
The company called a halt to publishing on Tuesday after discovering the problem, which it blamed on a changeover in the back-end infrastructure for the app store. On Thursday, Marketplace chief Todd Brix said the issue — which he described as a "hiccup" — had now been resolved.
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