Articles about Windows Phone
Microsoft has put a lot of dollars and effort into Windows Phone, even going as far as to buy Finnish handset firm Nokia in order to gain traction in the smartphone space. But despite this investment Windows Phone's usage share has grown from about one percent to around two percent over the past 12 months.
Kevin is revisiting Windows Phone and Matt is checking out BlackBerry 10 again as the summer progresses.
It’s very, very red. It’s also a completely different UI from Android and iOS. In many ways, though, it's just another high-end smartphone. And that's a good thing.
Windows Phone share remains low in the US but there are enough of them to make it Microsoft's biggest single market.
BBM is available on BlackBerry, iOS, and Android and will soon be available on Windows Phone.
Windows and Linux are operating systems with many similarities and differences. Learn some tips to help cross the bridge between the two in the second of a multi-part series.
You no longer have to pay high prices for great phones and with no-contract with a carrier you are in charge of your service obligation.
Windows Phone continues to improve with the latest 8.1 update, and offers enterprise users a personal experience with the power of Microsoft and Exchange in their hands.
David Gewirtz begins to take a serious, no-holds-barred look at the new Windows Phone. In this article, he outlines the criteria he'll be using to compare it to the best of Android and iOS.
The workhorse device will be available in several markets in EMEA this month, but there's no launch planned for across the pond.
Microsoft has acquired SyntaxTree, the developer of the UnityVS plug-in for Visual Studio.
With research showing people only use about two dozen apps, it's hard to believe you can't find those on Windows Phone today.
Microsoft now is selling in its online and retail stores Insteon home-automation kits and devices for use with Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 devices.
Nokia made the Lumia 1520 as last fall's flagship, but AT&T took out some key features. There is an alternative available that has me bumping up my rating by two full points.
Would it help or hurt Microsoft more if the company consolidated its mobile branding using the 'Nokia' and 'Lumia' brands instead of using the current 'Surface' branding?