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.
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A new survey by Finnish mobile analytics firm Zokem shows strong loyalty among iPhone, Android and BlackBerry customers while others are eager to bolt.
A financial analyst says that, at a recent briefing with Microsoft on the upcoming launch of Windows Phone 7, he learned that the company and its partners will spend "billions" to make it successful.
A tutorial for mobile IT staff on how to use Windows Mobile remote access options to gain access to computers from smartphones.
This comprehensive review highlights key features of AirWatch Enterprise Package, which helps mobile IT provision, track and enforce policies on iPhones, Android handsets and Windows Mobile devices.
We review the key features of the new Microsoft Office Mobile 2010, because though the Kin's been kicked to the curb, the legacy of Windows Mobile 6.5 is still very much alive.
We outline the three mobile security approaches mobile management can take to ensure that company data is protected.
Don't fret if you still use Windows Mobile software 6.X, there's still plenty of worthwhile mobile apps to be found, including the 25 productivity and lifestyle apps we outline here -- most of which are free.
As Microsoft rolls out a significant upgrade to its office productivity and online collaboration suites, users of Windows Mobile 6.5 get Mobile Office as a free upgrade.
As Microsoft retools its Windows mobile strategy, the software giant says its newest mobile devices -- the Kin phones -- will be available in May. But now gadget enthusiast sites claim the roll out is coming earlier.
The two firms build on a long-running alliance, first built on Windows Mobile, now expands to cover Android sales. Since when does Microsoft care about Android?
Dell's Lightning, a portrait-slider Windows Phone 7, is striking. To get ready for Microsoft's new release, we provide a primer on Windows Phone 7 Series including five things every mobile IT manager should know.
Microsoft's plan to regain a foothold in the mobile sector hinges on its new Windows Phone 7 Series platform, but one analyst says the new Kin series may be the one to rescue Redmond. We highlight features of both new Microsoft mobile initiatives.
Microsoft says Windows Phone 7 Series devices require new developer tools that aren't supported on Windows Mobile 6.x phones. Does the aging Windows mobile software have any future?
Firefox Mobile 1.0 is available but only for Nokia N900's. That situation could soon change thanks to new efforts by Mozilla -- though not for iPhone users.