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.
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. What can Microsoft do about it to turn things around? Read to find out more about the topic and weigh in!
Apple's still-popular iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are the new digital crime-fighting tools of the New York Police Department, replacing archaic Windows phones.
After many years of presumably exclusive Microsoft hardware ownership, the time came for Bill Gates to make a big switch... to Android, not iOS.
Take a look at a Windows user's experience in trying to switch from an old Windows Phone to an iPhone.
We know you've probably heard this many times in the past, but no, Windows Mobile is still not dead yet, with Microsoft focused on "rebooting" it.
Microsoft hasn't entirely given up on homebrewed smartphones, which however still need time to figure out the "next change in form and function."
The latest Kantar Worldpanel ComTech report comes with both good and bad news for Android and iOS phones, while Windows is still in free fall.
Android was still the top mobile OS worldwide between May and July 2016, but iOS surprisingly thrived as well, despite iPhone 7's proximity.
Global smartphone sales exhibited their slowest growth since 2008 in Q4 2015, with Android and iOS closer than ever to making Windows disappear.
Classic Windows Mobile from the turn of the century still has a lot of features nobody else does. When will they come back?
While on sabbatical, Windows Phone head Joe Belfiore used an iPhone to go on social media, which he claims helps him understand the competition better.
Worldwide smartphone sales are tipped to exceed 1.43 billion units in 2015, with Android and iOS chiefly responsible for a growth hindered by Windows.
BlackBerry is surpassed by Windows Phone in the eyes of a white hat hacker as far as security is concerned, with iOS and Android numbers three and four.
Find out one simple way to make smartphone app user interface designs a whole lot better; customizable toolbars.
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!
Read about Microsoft's Lost Opportunity, and where Windows Mobile users ended up.
The Motorola Q changed the direction of smartphones forever. Join us as we take a nostalgic look at this groundbreaking Windows Mobile device from 2006.
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.
While Photoshop Touch was released today for smartphones, see how editing Photoshop files on phones began 10 years ago.
Read about Bill Gates' recent quote about Microsoft's mobile strategy being a mistake -- and why other tech sites are taking it out of context.
Look at this court document from the Apple vs. Samsung lawsuit! Apple asked for royalty fees on every touch-screen Samsung phone and tablet.