A Tribute to Windows Phone
Windows Phone’s mainstream support has officially ended so it’s time to send off Microsoft’s gorgeous, intelligent, yet failed attempt at rejuvenating itself in the modern smartphone market.
Windows 10 Mobile transition slow, but happening with OS share at 14 percent
The Lumia 500-level devices are still the most popular for Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile users. Windows 10 Mobile is growing faster.
WhatsApp gets ready to drop unpopular platforms – including BlackBerry
BlackBerry WhatsApp support is about to go away for good, along with Symbian and other aging platforms.
Pocketnow Throwback: Dell Venue Pro (Video)
It’s the phone that pushed the boundaries – and pushed Dell out of the smartphone business in the process. Join us for our throwback Dell Venue Pro Review!
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!
The Best Part of Windows Phone 7 is Now the Worst Part of Windows Phone 8
Find out how one of the best parts of Windows Phone 7 has become one of the most frustrating and poorly done parts of Windows Phone 8.
Microsoft Doesn’t Have a ‘Plan B’ In Mobile Strategy, But They Don’t Need One
Microsoft’s CFO Peter Klein indicated they have no ‘Plan B’ when it comes to their mobile strategy. While this is not a good idea, right now they don’t need one.
Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Upgrade Your Windows Phone Now
Nokia’s Lumia 920 is a great phone, but at six months old, it’s too dated to run out and upgrade now. There are too many new devices on the horizon to burn a contract upgrade now.
Five Maddening Things About Windows Phone
Windows Phone is one of the most popular up-and-coming mobile operating systems. Taylor vents five maddening things about the platform.
Microsoft’s Windows Phone Ads Are Terrible; They’re Killing The Product
All companies go through rough times. You may not see them financially…
To Sell Windows Phone, Microsoft Should Take A Page from BlackBerry’s Book
Wireless carriers have adopted special price plans before. Read on to see how we think Windows Phone could benefit from bringing the BlackBerry model back … and turning it inside out.
Why Windows Phone 8 Doesn’t Need A Notification Center
Microsoft’s new smartphone platform, Windows Phone 8, launched without a notification center. Read on to see why it’s not such a big deal.
Which Looks Better? A Comparison Between Popular Apps on Android and Windows Phone
Take a look at the gallery below to see some comparison photos between a number of popular apps on Android and their counterparts on Windows Phone. Which do you like better?
Nokia Makes Lumia 710 Batman Case Offer Official, Extends To Existing 710 Owners
In addition to new 710 buyers getting the cover, users who already have a 710 can request their free Batman cover online.
ChevronWP7 Labs Continues To Disappoint With News Of Phones Re-Locking
ChevronWP7-unlocked phones will start re-locking when connected to Zune following August 11.
Nokia Lumia 610 Review
Is Windows Phone running with that signature buttery smoothness on the Lumia 610 too? Check out our full review below to find out!
Microsoft Announces SmartGlass For Windows Phone, iOS, Android
SmartGlass will allow your smartphone or tablet to be used in conjunction with your Xbox 360 as a new wireless accessory.
Nokia Cutting Back On Megapixel Count For Next PureView Phone?
While we’ll see more PureView tech in Nokia phones, the company’s still unsure of what changes may be made, including a reduced pixel count.
Can’t Use Marketplace? Update to Windows Phone 7.5
As of recently, if you can’t download, buy, update, or review apps in Marketplace — both on the phone and on the web– it’s because you didn’t update to Windows Phone 7.5.
Nokia Camera Extension to Grace Lumia Windows Phones
Nokia will release a “Camera Extension” for the Lumia line-up which will integrate with the Camera application of Windows Phone, but with added features. These features will bring no less than four camera modes: Smart Group Shot, Action Shot (burst mode with about eight shots), Panoramic (stitching together five consecutive images) and the timer Self-timer.
Smartphones CAN Get Better: A Mea Culpa
It’s not easy to admit that you’re wrong. Back in 2010 I…
The Search Button: They’re Doing It Wrong
You know what we haven’t had in a while? A good old-fashioned…
New US Carrier Voyager Mobile Offers Cheap Unlimited Service
Between voice minutes, an SMS package, and a data plan, the cost…
Our Favorite Apps This Week: May 6-12, 2012
What makes a smartphone “smart”? The apps of course! Every week we…
Why People Love Android
Before we dive too deep (after all, love is such a strong…