Frank Shaw (head of Microsoft PR) boasted that Windows Phone is outshipping the iPhone in seven countries, but it turns out that all seven countries are emerging markets, some with low shipments
Following the Mail app update, Microsoft has updated the Xbox Music app for Windows 8 and Windows RT, bringing performance improvements, new syncing options and an app-specific volume control
A study commissioned by Microsoft has revealed that one third of all software is counterfeit, while the costs of dealing with counterfeit software and malware will reach $114 billion this year
The freshly updated Mail, Calendar, People and Messaging app for Windows 8 and RT has removed support entirely for Google Calendars, even if you had an account that was previously added
The leaked build of Windows Blue has revealed a number of new features, including larger and smaller Live Tiles, improved personalization, more Charm options, better mult-tasking and more
Windows Blue build 9364 has been leaked to the internet in a 32-bit ISO, and it appears to be sourced from a Microsoft partner build. A screenshot of the build has also accompanied the release
Intel's Pentium range of processors has celebrated its 20th birthday on Friday, with the original P5 chip coming out on March 22, 1993 in super-fast 60 MHz and 66 MHz variants
Microsoft, Adobe and Apple have fronted up to a parliamentary hearing in Australia in an attempt to justify the ridiculous price discrepancies the country faces, and question dodging was abundant
Apple has disabled their iForgot password reset tool for Apple ID and iCloud accounts, following the discovery of a vulnerability that allowed for extremely easy access to anyone's account
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has thrown an iPhone on Finnish TV, after the presenter pulled it out to show him. Elop was also quizzed about the Lumia 928, but managed to dodge all the questions
A Microsoft corporate VP has defended Windows RT in an interview, stating that the platform will get better with time, and that Microsoft endured "the disruption" because "there's a strategy".
If a report from The Financial Times is to be believed, Google may be looking to join the smartwatch craze, as apparently the Android division is currently developing something as we speak
For Microsoft's new Envisioning Center in Seattle, the company has custom-built a giant (and probably hugely expensive) 120-inch 4K TV to show off a Kinect-enabled storytelling experience
Some information regarding the next Xbox console may have been confirmed by the latest round of leaks, including how the console is always online and that games must be installed to the HDD
Rather than installing the latest version of Windows on PCs designated for the enterprise, Lenovo is shipping out Windows 7 on new machines with a discreetly-bundled Windows 8 DVD, just in case
The Skype client for Windows Phone has received an update today, that reinstates People Hub integration while providing HD video call capabilities amongst a number of other new features.
Take this as a very tentative rumor, but apparently Windows 9 is slated for a general release in November 2014, while a beta version will be made available in January 2014
HTC's North American president, Mike Woodward, has said the company is "pleased to see no innovation" in regards to the design of the Samsung Galaxy S4, which has largely the same design as the S III
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has failed to make it into the 50 Highest-Rated CEOs for 2013. While a number of his tech CEO friends received high approval ratings, Ballmer's is only 47%
The latest update to Windows Phone 7.8, 7.10.8862.144, apparently removes the ability to sync Google contacts and calendars after resetting your phone and attempting to re-add your Google account
Nokia has announced that new software updates for the Lumia 920, Lumia 820 and Lumia 620 will be rolling out shortly, although the updates are minor and don't include any new features
Samsung's new co-CEO, JK Shin, has complained about Windows in the market, saying there is "lackluster demand" for Windows products, and smartphones and tablets "aren't selling very well"
Now that the Samsung Galaxy S IV has been officially unveiled, specifications and all, let's take a look at how it fares against the competition from HTC, Sony, LG, Apple and Nokia.
According to Bloomberg, who have sources close to the matter, the Microsoft Surface line has only sold 1.5 million units since its launch, however 400,000 of those have been Pros with decent adoption
A Sony Xperia Z has ended up on the Neowin doorstep, so naturally we go ahead and unbox the device to see what's in the final retail packaging. And it's a white model, just to be different.
Microsoft has laid the blame on an overheating data center for the recent outage to Outlook.com, Hotmail, Calendar and SkyDrive, which caused service disruptions for nearly 16 hours
Thanks to another Chinese website, even more details and images of the Samsung Galaxy S IV have been uncovered, just a few hours away from the official launch at Samsung's Unpacked event.
Dell has taken the wraps off a new portable all-in-one machine called the XPS 18, which packs an 18.4-inch 1080p display in a body that can be transported around thanks to the included battery
Google has updated their mobile web interface for Gmail, introducing a style similar to the current iOS app, however they have neglected to push the changes to Windows Phone users
As it turns out, those of you who wear glasses can't actually use Google Glass, as the system is incompatible with prescription lenses. Google apparently has a solution in the works.
Trend Micro has released a report that states 69,000 out of 700,000 apps on the Google Play Store are in some way malicious, while an even larger total of the generally available apps are dodgy
Twitter's secret authentication keys, which are used in their official apps to avoid token limits, have been exposed on github, meaning third-party developers can avoid restrictions and spoof apps
The next flagship Nokia Lumia device is on the horizon, and some bits have been rumored here and there, but here's what I'd like to see when the time comes for the device to be seen and purchased
For the three month average period ending January 2013, Microsoft's smartphone operating system market share has remained relatively stagnant, while Android dropped and iOS rose considerably
Disqus, the commenting system used on a wide variety of websites, have released a Windows Phone exclusive application - and apparently there are no plans for Android or iOS versions
Twitter have decided to kill several versions of the popular TweetDeck client, including the iPhone, Android and AIR versions, as the company focuses on developing "modern" web-based applications
The most common, free method of watching a video DVD on Linux actually circumvents the CSS protection on the disc, which is technically illegal under the DMCA in the United States
Nokia's entry-level Windows Phone 8 device contains a compelling range of features at a very affordable price, so is it worth picking up? We go hands-on with a lime green model to find out
Internet Explorer has once again gained market share in February 2013, rising to 55.82% of the market, while Chrome has slipped a considerable amount to its lowest market share since September 2011
Apparently i-mate is back from the dead, and they'll be showing off a Windows 8 phone (yep, not a Windows Phone 8 device) at MWC, powered by an x86 Intel Clover Trail Atom processor