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Microsoft wants to lure mobile app developers with the promise of writing for the entire Windows family including desktops.
The most important change may be the name: Windows Phone has vanished in favor of Windows 10. But aside from some iterative changes to apps, change does not seem to be a-coming.
The two companies are competing and collaborating on PC, tablet and smartphone integration
Watch highlights from Microsoft's event showing off new, consumer-focused features for Windows 10. A fresh Windows 10 Preview build will hit PCs next week and phones in February.
Microsoft gives the first glimpse of its next mobile operating system, including synced notifications, Skype integration and full-featured Office.
Microsoft showed off Lumia Camera in advance of the Windows 10 consumer reveal. The app's quick-shooting, creative features look excellent.
U.S. Windows Phone users still don't have the quick-shot app, but optimists can hope it's just one step closer to coming here.
Both smartphones cost below $100, but some tough choices have been made to get there
Buyers of the new smartphone will get Office apps and 30GB of online storage.
Microsoft releases a Windows Phone app that offers the chance to download and test early releases of future Windows Phone versions.
This feature's been a long time coming, and you can help it improve by sending in your card stack (anonymously).
Is this any way to treat Windows Phone faithfuls? Microsoft's eagerly awaited update won't come to the newer, better phones until 2015.
Microsoft begins pushing Denim, including Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 and some long-awaited camera improvements, but users in its home country won't be the first to get it.
A new app for Windows Phone lets Lumia owners answer the phone just by picking it up.