Articles about Windows Phone
Nokia now has Windows Phone devices with internal specs matching the leading smartphones. They take it further with their advanced camera, fantastic display, and more and the Lumia Icon is an excellent smartphone to consider.
A new leaked video appears to show off Microsoft's coming personal digital assistant, codenamed 'Cortana,' in action.
Nokia Lumia and Nexus smartphones have Qi wireless charging functionality and with the Mugenizer N11 you can simply place your phone on the battery pack and have it charged on the go.
Apple's iPhone is a fantastic device and it sells well in areas like North America where consumers can afford the high average selling price. Smartphone growth is slowing and long term forecasts are getting more reliable.
Nokia may be making the Android X, X+ and XL handsets, but at the end of the day it was Microsoft's call to produce Android phones. This is bad news for Windows Phone.
It's easy to think of the app gap as "Platform X has more apps than Platform Y". It's much more subtle than that...
Today's Kantar's Worldpanel ComTech report shows Windows Phone has made gains but Android still dominates the European market. "The real battle now is among the Android manufacturers," it says.
Once Microsoft officially owns Nokia's phone business, the Redmond company just might find more reasons to keep than 'Kin' Nokia's new line of Android phones.
Nokia did a good job of convincing me and others that low cost Windows Phones are much better than low cost Android devices. Now they are launching their own cheap Android phone hoping people will switch to Windows Phone later.
Microsoft is poised to become a Windows Phone manufacturer in its own right, but is still managing to add new partners to its roster.
As far as Microsoft interfaces go, the live tiles that are the major feature of the home screens of Windows Phone and Windows 8 haven't been around very long. Even so, given how ineffective they are, it's been far too long.
I have been a Windows Phone fan since mid-2010, but haven't used one as my daily smartphone for months. There are at least five main reasons that I no longer use Windows Phone while Android and iOS have my attention.
Will the Nokia Lumia Icon offer current Verizon Windows Phone users, as well as non-Windows Phone ones, enough to entice them to switch? This HTC 8X user says... maybe.
Restaurants are starting to bring advanced ordering functionality to your mobile phone and one of the latest companies expanding their testing is Taco Bell.
Microsoft is possibly thinking of allowing Android apps to run on Windows Phone. Yes, please!