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We take a look at the latest data on Microsoft's mobile ecosystem to note that the Lumia 630 is a success and is quickly becoming the top selling Windows Phone around the world.
OEMs can now repurpose existing Android handset designs to be sold as Windows Phones with relative ease, as HTC did with its One M8. But which Android devices would you like to see as Windows Phones?
While low-cost smartphones are becoming increasingly popular, new flagships remain in demand too. This chart shows just how much users are actually spending on their handsets, broken down by platform.
In an odd twist to its purchase of Nokia's mobility arm, Microsoft actually sold more phones than Apple last quarter - but, of course, the revenues tell a very different story.
Windows Phone 8.1 has reached its RTM milestone, with the final build of the OS delivered to manufacturers this week, and the first new devices designed for 8.1 expected to launch in late April.
A senior HTC executive has reaffirmed the company's partnership with Microsoft, adding that HTC is working on multiple new Windows Phone handsets - but he did not hint at when they will be launched.
After last week's leak of details about Windows Phone 8, a product slide from a Nokia event has surfaced, showcasing a range of new device form factors that will soon be coming to the platform.
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Microsoft is expected to showcase a number of new consumer products at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), including remote-controlled USB handsets and Ultra Mobile PCs (UMPCs), according to sources at related Taiwan-based manufacturers,...
A Taiwanese start-up began selling handsets used with Skype's popular Internet phone calling software in the U.S. early this month for about half the price of rival products. Ipevo Inc., which is based...
id Software signs new deal with Pulse Interactive to bring popular FPS to phones id Software, the creator of blockbuster first-person shooter Quake, has signed a deal with publisher Pulse Interactive to...
Samsung Electronics is planning to produce own-brand Bluetooth chips for handsets, using technologies licensed from Ericsson, according to sources, adding that the South Korea-based firm is sampling the chips with module makers and some other...
RealNetworks announced a deal Thursday to provide AT&T Wireless with technology to stream digital video to cell phones. As reported earlier, the Seattle-based digital media services company said it will provide the infrastructure to deliver...
In the past couple of weeks wireless technology developer TTPCom has been touring companies demonstrating one of the most intensely desirable mobile phone handsets - a silver and blue demo unit that you'll never be...