Articles about Windows Phone
The EU has approved Microsoft's planned purchase of Nokia's mobile devices and services business.
Microsoft may be considering delivering the consumer- and business-focused versions of Windows client on different schedules, going forward, according to Terry Myerson, head of the operating system group.
Is Windows RT dead? Is the desktop going away ? What's 'Threshold' got to do with it? Here's my latest attempt to try to make sense of where Microsoft's Windows roadmap will lead in the next couple years and beyond.
Buy a Windows 8 or 8.1 PC or tablet at a participating retailer and you will get a $25 gift card to the Windows Store for apps or games.
Microsoft's wave of spring 2015 updates to its various Windows-based platforms has a codename: Threshold.
Windows Phone continues to rise as well as consumers grab the cheaper Nokia Lumia models.
Nokia's Windows Phone imaging tools have left beta. Here's how you'd use them to build your first computational photography app.
Japan and the US are bucking the trend as Windows Phone edges over 10 percent in Europe, and iOS sales fall in Australia despite the new iPhone's launch.
I surprised Kevin, and possibly many others, with this week's purchases. We talked about that and many other mobile topics in the latest MoTR podcast.
Affordable is proving to be the winning formula for Windows Phone, with the 520 not only dominating but extending its lead on Microsoft's mobile platform.
Nokia has quietly launched the Lumia 525, but despite the upgraded RAM, the new variant of the popular Lumia 520 won't be reaching markets like the UK.
I'm not a big iPhone fan, but there's one thing it has basically right: a physical switch to go totally mute. Android is not as good and Windows Phone stinks at it.
Nokia's chunky phablet will be available from retailers and mobile operators from around £38 per month.
A Microsoft official confirms the company is planning to trim the number of different versions of Windows in its portfolio.
Just what does the future of Windows look like? And can we predict it from the tea leaves of Microsoft's developer tools?