Articles about Windows Phone
The Lumia 520 was one of the most popular devices ever to run Windows Phone. Can its successor follow in its footsteps?
How I spent two weeks on the road and avoided $50,000 in painful roaming charges just by swapping a tiny SIM card.
Microsoft will show off some of the enterprise-focused Windows Threshold features at an invitation-only event in San Francisco on September 30.
Microsoft may be phasing out usage of both 'Nokia' and 'Windows Phone' in its advertising and marketing materials as soon as this holiday season.
Microsoft is rebranding its Bing consumer apps as MSN apps and bringing them to iOS and Android devices. It also is revamping the MSN.com portal.
Windows and Linux are operating systems with many similarities and differences. Learn some tips to help cross the bridge between the two in the conclusion of a multi-part series.
It was an amazing week for Android fans with new devices announced in Berlin and Chicago. Listen as Kevin and Matt talk about these smartphones.
The more I use Cortana the more I am convinced it beats Google Now and Siri for getting things done and having some fun.
Microsoft Mobile, the new name for the former Nokia Devices division, is banking on lower prices and a broader selection of devices to increase share for its Lumia devices. But price alone might not be enough to hit double-digit market share worldwide.
Microsoft's new Denim update for Lumia phones promises a faster shooting camera and "Hey Cortana" activation.
One solid mid-range offering and two devices aimed at self-snappers go on sale this month.
Microsoft's next major Windows release is rumored to have some connection to a 'Windows as a Service' concept. But WaaS may not be what many think.
The first week of September will be very busy for smartphone and smartwatch fans with at least 15 devices likely to be revealed in Berlin and Chicago.
HTC is doing something that no other manufacturer has yet done by getting the exact same phone on all major US wireless carriers running two different mobile operating systems.
New research foresees BlackBerry falling behind Windows Phone, but Android and iOS remain the dominant platforms in a consumer-oriented smartphone market.