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Microsoft still faces some old challenges as its phone platform hits a new milestone.
If you own a Microsoft Lumia smartphone and want to print your pictures at a Walmart, you're in luck.
Microsoft and HTC said that they are working to develop a fix, however.
Microsoft is working to increase the number apps available for its OS, but device sales are shrinking
This doesn't seem to be affecting a ton of people, but some Windows Phone users aren't going to be able to take advantage of Microsoft's recent developer preview.
Windows Phone 8.1 Update adds a nice folder feature, but some of the other new capabilities remain problematic.
But you'll only see it today if you sign up for the Windows Phone developer preview.
Microsoft has sued Samsung, arguing that the Korean company refused to honor a patent-licensing agreement after Microsoft bought Nokia.
An image of an HTC One (M8) running Windows Phone appears on Verizon's site, suggesting the carrier is gearing up to sell it.
Microsoft admits that the web experience while browsing on Windows Phone isn't as good as iOS or Android. But Windows Phone 8.1 Update will change all that.
After a month or two in private beta, BlackBerry's flagship messaging app is now available to the public at large.
Windows Phone 8.1 Update, formerly known as Windows Phone 8.1 GDR1, adds folders to the Start screen, the ability to sandbox apps, and other features for consumers and businesses alike.
The camera's the thing—or is it? Rumored 'Tesla' and 'Superman' Windows Phones show two sides to Microsoft's strategy. Cheap phones may bring in some people, but the high-megapixel cameras remain the Lumia phones' primary selling point, and Microsoft shouldn't lose sight of that.