A port in a storm?
What the executive shakeup means.
A sighting of the first Windows 10 Mobile superphone.
But you’ll have to wait for Windows 10.
But if that’s true, there are some big logistics questions that need answering.
Microsoft spent years trying to kill Android. That may change.
It’s what Snapchat would want.
They’ll never draw people to Windows Phone.
Google takes a step back from its all-in-one approach to productivity; here’s how its new apps fare against the competition.
Microsoft’s hard road to viability in the smartphone market starts at the end of this week.
The “Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment” will help protect U.S. cellular carriers from government regulation.
The latest update to Microsoft’s mobile OS sands off many of its remaining rough edges—but it doesn’t do much more than that.
This is the year where cheap computers and pervasive networks manifest themselves in cheap smartphones sold across the world.
Nokia’s “Project Normandy” has finally produced fruit with a budget Android smartphone.
Nokia’s latest Verizon-exclusive smartphone has all the goodness the Lumia brand has to offer. And all of its monotony.
Dropping Windows Phone in favor of Android would do Microsoft no good at all.
The personal assistant is one of several updates, including notification trays and better volume control, slated for Windows Phones.
Microsoft has cleared one of the final regulatory hurdles in its Nokia acquisition.
Navigate your way to smartphone gift-advice glory with this handy flowchart.
Instagram is finally available for Windows Phone users, but you can’t take videos just yet.