The Nokia Lumia 710, powered by T-Mobile, launches today in the US.
One of the most distinguishing and highly differentiated features of Windows Phone might lose its Windows Phone exclusivity.
Microsoft is rolling out another Windows Phone update to fix a number of bugs and glitches in its mobile OS.
Yet again, for some reason, AT&T has the honor of being the first choice for a new mobile initiative.
Nokia wants to set itself apart not only as a Windows Phone manufacturer, but a software maker as well.
Don't pay too much attention to that list of "Related" games when you're searching through the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Sure it may not have passed the half-million mark like Apple's App Store, but Windows Phone's digital download platform has reached a nice new milestone.
T-Mobile is finally back in the spotlight again as the flagship carrier to offer a Windows Phone-powered Nokia handset in the US.
A new interview with a high-ranking Nokia executive shows the company is either out of touch with the smartphone competition or just hitting the PR spin button a little too hard.
After gaining a good deal of traction in Europe, Nokia is now ready to unveil its flagship Windows Phone-powered product to the States.
In the latest vulnerability discovered in Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system, it is possible for a user's messaging capabilities to become completely disabled.
Invitations have been sent out for an event in New York City, promising that "T-Mobile and Nokia have something exciting in the works."
Ahead of a major new move with Nokia, Microsoft's mobile platform is not heading in the direction it wants to be.
After years of trying to rediscover itself in a world that is no longer monopolized by packaged retail video games, the ESRB will now rate mobile apps.
The number of Android devices that have been activated has doubled in just six months.
The new relationship between Nokia and Microsoft looks like it will extend beyond Windows Phone.
For the first time, developers are more interested in creating apps for Windows Phone than Blackberry, a further punch in the gut to the fledgling Research in Motion smartphone line.
No doubt as a way to correspond with the large changes coming to the Xbox 360 console itself, Microsoft is planning to bring a bundle of new features to its Xbox website.
Microsoft has managed to yank one of Samsung's senior executives as it tries to bolster attention and excitement for Windows Phone.
In an effort to drum up more enthusiasm from manufacturers about the latest version of Windows Phone, Microsoft has relaxed the requirements for licensing the software.