The Halo-inspired AI will reportedly follow Google into creepy-useful territory.
Laggy shooting mars an otherwise impressive handset.
It’s easy (and popular) to predict further disaster for the once-proud tech titan. But quietly, Microsoft is doing several things well—better than we give it credit for.
Wouldn’t it be great if your smartphone were smart enough to know what you were doing? With the right apps, it can feel as though it does.
Or is that strategies?
Microsoft’s underdog operating system is growing up.
The Verge — a site which isn’t known for getting giddy over unsubstantiated rumors — has a report up by Tom Warren about a doozy of an unannounced product. It’s a Nokia phone code-named “Normandy,” and the part that’s startling …
The Lumia 1520 and Lumia 2520 are coming later this year.
A bunch of other cool apps will be available, too.
Microsoft rejiggers its mobile software for big, big screens.
Microsoft may be pushing for Windows Phone software on HTC’s Android devices.
Nokia might have a better shot at changing Microsoft’s culture from the inside, but I’m guessing it won’t be easy