Articles about Windows Phone
Microsoft developers will be able to reuse more of their code when building Windows Phone and Windows Store apps, according to new alleged leaks about Windows Phone 8.1.
This is fast, that's over there; does bandwidth or signal strength matter more? Here's what I discovered.
The Nokia X, which is expected to debut as an Asha phone running Android, may provide Microsoft with a way to get more of its apps and services on Android.
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Enthusiasts have purchased unlocked smartphones for years, but more mainstream consumers are picking them with falling prices and the allure of no contract service.
There's a new order in China among smartphone vendors, while Nokia's growth spurt in Europe appears to have run out of steam.
A ruggedized handheld device from Korea's Bluebird offers customers a choice of Android or the Windows Embedded 8 Handheld operating system on a single form factor.
A Nokia Android phone running a Windows Phone interface and Microsoft services might not be as outlandish as it might initially sound.
Registration for Microsoft's Build 2014 conference opens today. What's the pulse of Microsoft's developer community, going into the show?
BlackBerry might be expanding its multi-platform strategy in the enterprise to include Windows Phone.
Windows 8.1 has only been out a short while and we're already hearing how Windows 9 will be aimed at addressing low adoption. It's beginning to sound like Windows Phone.
Microsoft's Windows team may share its high-level plans for its next-generation Windows 'Threshold' release at its upcoming Build developers show, according to a new sourced report.
Nokia starts rolling out globally its 'Black' firmware update for Lumia Windows Phone 8 handsets that adds support for App Folders.
An expected update to Microsoft's Windows 8.1 operating system is looking like it's going to make its projected 'spring' deadline.
Kantar's smartphone sales market share report for the three months ending November 2013 shows iOS gaining while Windows Phone plateaus.