Don't-Miss Windows Phone Stories
Most scanning apps generate a JPEG or PDF file, but Office Lens skips right to the good stuff: Word or PowerPoint files. Though some scrawls will still confound it, this is nevertheless a Windows Phone app worth bragging about—and downloading ASAP.
A Harley-Davidson phone exclusive to Europe leads a pack of new, cheap Windows Phones from BLU, YEZZ, and Archos, the rest of which will be available stateside.
In the future, Lumias will just run plain old Windows, according to multiple reports.
From Samsung’s new curved Note Edge to the flurry of Google Android Wear watches from LG, Sony and Asus, we’ve got you covered on the hottest products launched at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.
Maxthon's Cloud Browser offers unique tab navigation and automatic syncing across devices.
Microsoft's massive list of IFA announcements shows it refuses to be counted out of the smartphone race. Meet the Lumias 830 and 735.
If you need a hot tip for this weekend's football games, Microsoft recommends you buy a Windows Phone 8.1 device with its Cortana digital assistant.
Turns out the Verizon exclusive for the Windows Phone version of the HTC One M8 isn't so exclusive after all.
And that's a good thing.
After two years of losing money, Huawei is giving up on Microsoft's mobile operating system.
The company hasn't yet said whether it will offer the hardware boards for makers
Now that Microsoft's first third-party Windows Phone, the HTC One (M8) for Windows, has debuted, the company is committing to a program that will, it hopes, inspire other handset makers to follow HTC's lead.
HTC's specifications pages claim that the talk and standby times for the Windows Phone version of its One (M8) phone are significantly better than those for its Android counterpart. Does this mean Windows is more efficient, or is a different radio being used?
First came the HTC One (M8) for Android. Now, we go hands-on with an exact copy of the One (M8) running Windows Phone.
As Microsoft chases the low-end phone market where Android already dominates, it could be neglecting one of its own core strengths: productivity.