Feature phones may be on their way out but they're still key to the current healthy market for mobile phones in general, according to a new report.
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It's about time. Nokia introduces its first Windows Phone handsets and promises more to come -- next year.
On the heels of a new iPhone launch, a top Microsoft exec is talking up Windows Phone 7.5, which is nearing its own commercial launch.
Canalys predicts that 'enterprise app stores will redefine channel IT business over the next three years.'
Microsoft and Samsung have signed a patent deal to keep one of the U.S.'s biggest smartphone makers from Android patent suits.
Apple’s share of the tablet computer market has been declining this year but the market overall is primed to sell 63.6 million units, a 261.4 percent increase over 2010, according to Gartner.
Microsoft says it will start distributing the Windows Phone 'Mango' update in the next two weeks, cautions impatient users to avoid leaked copies.
AT&T says it will launch its first Windows Phone 'Mango' smartphones -- one from HTC and two from Samsung -- in the fourth quarter.
Microsoft plans to ratchet up attention on Windows 8 tablets at its upcoming developers conference next week.
As the launch of the first major update to Windows Phone approaches, rumors fly as to when current users can update their phones.
A new report says that the move from feature phones to smartphones is about to trigger a major shift in who will lead the market a year or two down the road.
Will Google and Microsoft Go To Court Over Android? Teaser: The dust up over patent rights and Google's Android mobile operating system ratcheted up another notch this week as Microsoft swung back a
The dust-up over patent rights and Google's Android mobile operating system ratcheted up another notch this week as Microsoft swung back at a provocative blog post from the search giant.
A party that Microsoft and Nokia have planned in Germany later this month might be the place to see the first Windows Phone Nokia handset but the companies seem to be setting limited expectations.
Apple gains from customers' shift away from feature phones and the trend towards smartphones.
Microsoft appears to be right on schedule with the "Mango" update to Windows Phone 7.