Nokia is hoping that a mobile partnership with industry heavyweight Microsoft will help the company regain its once prominent ranking in the hyper-competitive market.
Microsoft and Nokia have teamed up to create a new mobile order based on Redmond's Windows Phone 7 platform. The deal effectively marks the end of an era for Symbian and is likely the death knell for Intel's nascent MeeGo operating system.
It could be the beginning of the end for Nokia's first-party mobile operating system, as it looks like the company is ready to ditch Symbian in favor of Windows Phone 7 for future smartphones.
Microsoft says it's discovered why some Windows Phone 7 phones have been blasting out large amounts of data without their owners' knowledge.
We were all making fun of the initial sluggish pace of Microsoft's new mobile phone platform, but it looks like it's been picking up steam as the company now says it's sold more than 2 million Windows Phone 7 phones.
Be still my beating heart! Yes, 'tis true - Microsoft managed to ship two million Windows Phone 7 devices to cellphone carriers as of the end of December.
Sony Ericsson wants to be the #1 global maker of Android phones, but now it looks like it will have its eyes elsewhere as a report suggests the company will start producing Windows Phone 7 devices as well.
A high-ranking LG exec confirms that Windows Phone 7 smartphones have failed (thus far) to meet industry expectations.
Microsoft has confirmed it has no interest in selling any sort of portable Xbox, and will instead focus all of its mobile gaming energy to the new Windows Phone 7 platform.
Microsoft is looking into reports that phones running Windows Phone 7 are sending out large amounts of data without their users' knowledge.
Microsoft claims there are now 5,000 apps available for its recently launched Windows Phone 7 platform.
I’m on my second Windows 7 Phone, not because I had a huge problem with the first one, but only because the new one has a real keyboard and I’m still not a fan of phones that use screen keyboards.
It seems as if Microsoft only managed to offload a total of 1.5 million Windows Phone 7 devices during the new platform's first six weeks on the market.
For almost 30 years, Nokia has been a leader in the mobile phone market and has exclusively used its own internally developed software to power them. But now, that's changing.
Facing extremely sluggish sales and a not-too-certain future, Microsoft is offering big enticements to get people to join the dark, er, Windows Phone 7, side.
A prominent Wall Street analyst believes that Microsoft (WP7) and Google (Android) will compete fiercely for smartphone market share - leaving Apple’s iPhone the "last man standing."
We all know that Microsoft couldn't be bothered to support a copy-and-paste function for Windows Phone 7 devices upon launch.
A trio of developers have introduced an easy-to-use, fully reversible unlocker for Windows Phone 7 devices.
Rumors of a PlayStation-branded smartphone from Sony Ericsson have appeared to reach a fever pitch, as the company's mobile division head has come forward with a cryptic message to all but confirm the existence of the project.
A talented dev has successfully proved a method of running "native," undamaged code on a Samsung Windows Phone 7 device.