Apple might be holding its yearly Worldwide Developer Conference, but Microsoft drop by and have its own event. WWDC attendees are invited to an afterparty, discussing Xamarin and iOS.
...of Windows updates, more Marshmallow, and the Edge of glory
Nokia Lumia Icon finally gets Windows 10 Mobile upgrade
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14372 out now for PC and Mobile
The Oukitel C3 is an entry level device that ticks all the right boxes
99% of Windows 10 Mobile devices are Lumias (and other Windows phone insights)
Microsoft has shared some new Windows Store insights, claiming that the store has enjoyed 6.5 billion visits since the launch of Windows 10, touting it as a profitable opportunity for developers.
Day 2 of Microsoft's BUILD 2016 developer conference has already started and the company has made a huge announcement by making Xamarin free for all, and also opening up the source for contributors.
From flagship frenzy and FBiOS, to the post-app era, virtual ubiquity, Xbox extermination, malicious Mint, Garage goodness, and a helpful Ear, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
After years of rumors, Microsoft has finally acquired cross-platform mobile development company Xamarin. Xamarin allows developers to create native Android, iOS, and Windows apps with one code base.
A new report claims that Microsoft is in talks to either acquire or become a major investor in Xamarin, a San Francisco-based company that offers tools to make iOS and Android apps in C#