Owning a smartphone is no longer something for the elite and tech junkie crowd.
We may see a major upgrade to the Xbox 360 software faster than expected, with a recent report suggesting it could come this week.
After months of build-up and several leaked details about Nokia's plan to switch to Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, the company has finally revealed what all the hype has been about.
Although Nokia's most recent quarter earnings report is far from enviable, it did manage to post numbers that were better than what analysts had been predicting.
After spending millions of dollars on marketing and getting very little traction out of it, Microsoft now wants the phone makers to help spread the Windows Phone word.
We're hearing word of what could be the fourth Nokia smartphone to be powered by Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system.
Microsoft is flip-flopping more than a presidential politician, and it's doing so in record time.
It looks like Samsung will continue to be late to the game when it comes to mobile operating system firmware updates.
Microsoft has officially declared what many have known to be true for a long time now - the Zune brand of portable media players is dead.
The latest speculation surrounding Nokia's still-newly-minted partnership with Microsoft pegs a new phone called the Ace to be released in early 2012.
There is a lot of irony in the Windows Phone platform; in fact you can almost use it as a metaphor for what is wrong with Microsoft.
The new version of Microsoft's mobile operating system has begun making its way to select Windows Phone owners.
The phone that, in its wildest dreams, would have brought Nokia back to the forefront of the mobile race, is finally ready to be shipped.
Samsung has just confirmed its first phone with Windows Phone Mango pre-intalled will launch next month.
Just about one day after Microsoft confirmed that Mango was ready to be peeled in a couple weeks, a report has come out to suggest a specific launch date.
Microsoft is gearing up for the release of its new version of Windows Phone, popularly known as Mango.
While Microsoft's discussion of Windows 8 last week was focused on PCs and tablets, it looks like it may have another function.
The latest mobile scuttlebutt suggests that Samsung will stop supporting Windows Phone if things don't change soon
Microsoft is making a stronger-than-ever push to convince mobile manufacturers to use Windows Phone.
Nokia still hasn't completely given up on Symbian.