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LG potentially exiting the mobile business is actually a good thing
You see, even if this story was a joke, LG still has a big problem which it failed to solve for years and years on end.
Why it’s a good thing Microsoft has given up on its own mobile OS
As surprising as it sounds, Microsoft’s strategy for smartphones has shifted from being the platform that your device runs on to seamless ecosystem integration. The Company no longer cares if you have a Windows device in your pocket.
No more official Instagram support for Windows 10 Mobile
Just in case you needed one more cruel reminder Windows 10 Mobile is not coming back from the dead, Instagram has removed its support for the once-promising platform.
“Windows as a Service” isn’t really working
Windows as a Service isn’t really working. What can Microsoft do about it to turn things around? Read to find out more about the topic and weigh in!
Microsoft CEO assures there will be more phones made in Redmond, looking different from everything else
Microsoft hasn’t entirely given up on homebrewed smartphones, which however still need time to figure out the “next change in form and function.”
Pocketnow Throwback: HTC HD2 (Video)
It’s the most hacked smartphone of all time, and even after 5 years, it’s still impressing us. Join Pocketnow for this throwback review of 2009’s HTC HD2!
Pocketnow Throwback Review: Motorola i930 (Video)
The Motorola i930 was a rare clamshell Windows Mobile smartphone built for Sprint Nextel in 2005. Watch our video to take a nostalgic trip to yesteryear and explore this one-of-a-kind iDEN phone.
The Best of the Past: Flip Phones
Most of us outside of Japan live in a world dominated by slab phones. Sure, they’re getting easier to tolerate as manufacturers like HTC and Nokia push the boundaries of hardware design. But they don’t have hinges for fun folder action, they don’t snap satisfyingly closed at the end of a frustrating call, and they don’t fit as well in a pocket.
Where We’re Coming From: Michael Fisher’s Device History
How I feel about a new smartphone is shaped by every device I’ve ever owned. My experiences over the past eight years affect my perception of new devices. You come here, in part, to read our impressions of these new phones. Some of you weigh these impressions when making buying decisions. So doesn’t it make sense that you know where I’m coming from? I think so. So today, I’m sharing with you a rundown of all the smartphones I’ve ever owned.
It’s 2012, Why Won’t My Home Screen Rotate?
Nearly everyone with a smartphone has experienced the same problem: you’re working…
Remember How Thick Phones Used to Be?
I’ve got Verizon Palm Treo 700w sitting in front of me. Usually…