Don't-Miss Windows Phone Stories
The 'One Microsoft' lines are beginning to blur, starting with the unification of the Windows Store and the Windows Phone Store.
Since introducing its own Surface tablets Microsoft has been redefining the PC to include devices that haven't been considered PCs before, and it's taken that trend one step further.
Microsoft has expanded a buyback program to boost sales of Windows smartphones and tablets, and will pay up to $350 for a variety of rival hardware running Apple's iOS and Google's Android.
Expect to hear lots more about Windows RT from Microsoft, based on ARM's success in smartphones.
At Microsoft's financial analyst meeting, executives outline exactly where Microsoft's successes originate.
The harrowing tale of how Nokia once considered ditching Microsoft for Google.
In its quest to build a better smart assistant, Microsoft has allegedly enlisted the help of the most fantastic digital assistant ever imagined.
Microsoft has bought the Devices & Services division of Nokia. Here's what Steve Ballmer had to say about the acquisition.
Microsoft said Monday night that it would acquire Nokia's devices business, including phones, in a bid to control the fate of the WIndows Phone platform.
Skype is now baked into Windows 8.1, Xbox One, and Outlook.com. But until Windows Phone gains momentum and the wireless carriers chill out, it will never become a mobile standby.
Microsoft is updating the recently launched beta of Windows Phone App Studio to improve performance and scalability after the new app development tool crossed 55,000 active projects.
Two days after a Microsoft-made YouTube app arrived for Windows Phone owners, Google blocked Microsoft's access for the second time this year.
After Microsoft and Google settled their differences, a Microsoft-authored YouTube app is back in the Windows Phone Store.
The Windows Phone GDR3 update has long been said to (finally!) include 1080p support, but now some of its other features are starting to leak.
Bing News, Sports, Weather, and Finance -- already available on Windows 8 -- now come in mobile versions, as Microsoft looks to have a consistent experience between its operating systems.