Microsoft’s strategy for Windows 10 is an exciting one – that you can utilise the same apps, documents, files etc across a range of devices. One of the most eagerly anticipated aspects of this is Continuum – the ability to use your Windows Phone 10 essentially as a desktop. With the new suite of Office apps designed to replicate all the functions of their desktop brethren, the idea is that you can connect your phone to a keyboard, mouse and monitor and do everything as if you were on a laptop or desktop. Until now there have been no details about how this might work in practice. Fresh rumours suggest that the missing ingredient will be a docking station of sorts, codenamed Project Munchkin. It might sound rather like a Bond villain, but this is a piece of kit that will dock and charge your phone, whilst providing an array of ports for monitor, keyboard, mouse, USB peripherals etc etc. No further details are available, but it is safe to assume that this will launch alongside Windows Phone 10 and its associated handsets this autumn.