Microsoft made some rather interesting improvements to its Windows Phone platform this week, with Nokia showcasing most of them in its new Lumia 630 phone.
Microsoft missed out on the smartphone gravy train, but now it seems as if Windows Phone 8 might have a bright future after all.
Nokia has published its fourth-quarter financial results which were buoyed by better-than-expected mobile sales and exceeded industry expectations.
Nokia's 920 Windows 8 Phone may be the best handset currently on the market, at least in terms of features.
Sales of Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 operating system are reportedly hovering "well below" Redmond's internal projections.
Although Redmond's Windows mobile platform has experienced difficulty competing with Apple's iOS and Google's Android, Steve Ballmer says he expects Windows Phone 8 sales to "ramp up" in the near future.
Gameloft will be coding a number of Xbox-enabled titles for Microsoft's recently launched Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system.
Microsoft - in a major effort to improve its flagging mobile market share - today unveiled the latest iteration of its Windows Phone software.
Nokia has partnered with Verizon to become the exclusive carrier of its most recently announced smartphone, the Lumia 822.
HTC's latest and greatest Windows Phone device could carry an unsubsidized price of around $560.
The next iteration of Microsoft's mobile operating system has been granted an official release date.
It's believed that Microsoft will launch its own branded smartphone in the early part of 2013.
HTC's latest and greatest attempt at gaining the attention of the Windows Phone market will be available on AT&T.
They just keep on coming, don't they?
"You get a Windows 8 Phone, you get a Surface tablet...everybody gets a Microsoft device!"
The next iteration of Windows Phone is here.
Samsung's revealed the world's first first Windows Phone 8 smartphone, along with other devices including a Windows RT tablet, a Galaxy 'phablet' and an Android-powered camera.
Nokia has posted what it hopes will become a viral video, ahead of the launch of Windows Phone 8.
Verizon is fully in support of Microsoft's new mobile operating system.
Nokia is planning a media event in early September, with the only rational assumption being that it will announce the world's first Windows 8 phone.