What could a Windows Phone phablet bring to the table? I just have one feature on my wishlist.
Windows Phone and BlackBerry may get the popular apps from the big developers, but these platforms suffer from a lack of long-tail apps — the driving strength for the appeal of iOS and Android.
Nokia hasn’t officially announced its Lumia 928 smartphone yet, but that hasn’t stopped the company from advertising the Verizon-bound flagship device.
Microsoft’s ad doesn’t actually explain why you want to buy a Windows Phone, but it is funny.
Whether you prefer the iPhone, Android, Windows Phone or BlackBerry, it’s hard to deny that Apple’s phones are the best-looking of the bunch. But lately, other phone makers have been coming around.
As phone makers push screen sizes ever-larger, it seems like just a matter of time before Windows Phone gets in on the phablet craze.
If smartwatches become the next big thing in tech, Microsoft apparently doesn’t want to be left out.
After two years of iteration by Microsoft, I can’t get into Windows Phone, and the paucity of apps–real or perceived–has nothing to do with it.
On Friday, the first Windows Phone 8 handsets from Nokia and HTC will launch on AT&T. Soon after, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless will launch their own handsets.
The tech world always needs a good rumor to obsess over, and lately it’s been the idea of a Windows Phone made by Microsoft.
Nokia may once again rely on AT&T to make a comeback in the United States.
AT&T announced on Thursday that it will be the exclusive U.S. carrier for the Lumia 920, Nokia’s next flagship Windows Phone. The companies didn’t …