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Microsoft's rumored People Sense is released as Squad Watch, which allows you to share your location with your friends. But we couldn't get it to work.
Signs of low-cost and mid-range Windows Phones emerge, including a budget phablet for AT&T.
Verizon coughs up a big update for its flagship Windows Phone, finally delivering features like Cortana and Action Center.
RootMetrics' latest survey lets you look at nationwide and local performance of the four major wireless carriers. But the results may vary, naturally, depending on where you live.
These aren't the only Windows Phones to be deprived of an upgrade and they may not be the last, but Windows Phone users have already suffered plenty.
Windows Central reports that several popular flagship Lumia phones will be getting the preview first, though it sounds like it's still pretty buggy.
Owners of the Lumia 520, 530, 630 and 635 might not get a full-featured version of Windows 10
With Lumia Camera for Windows Phones, Microsoft adds a comprehensive suite of features designed to ensure you'll rarely miss a photo. On the other hand, the new "Hey Cortana" feature missed way too much.
Contrary to an earlier statement, Microsoft now says some Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices will be left behind.
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.