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The Live Lock Screen Beta is nice enough, but it sure earns its beta tag.
The next version of Windows Phone takes a few more cues from Android.
Because taxis suck.
With Microsoft in full control of Nokia since late April, the long-expected Lumia 530 budget phone is Microsoft's first official post-acquisition Lumia release.
The Android-based Nokia X is being killed, but cheaper Lumia smartphones will live on. They'll just be running Windows Phone.
Microsoft removes Nokia name from some Windows Phone apps, but the company isn't totally letting go just yet.
The huge improvements in Windows Phone 8.1 will soon be available without jumping through any hoops.
Cheap devices and machine learning are just two of the ways Microsoft plans to stay relevant beyond PCs, the company said at its 2014 Windows Partner Conference.
The Microsoft digital assistant's pick to win the World Cup may not surprise you, but its prediction for the winner of the third-place game is a far gutsier call. And Google backs it up.
Microsoft executives say Video Tuner will play the same role as some of Nokia's on-phone apps.
"McLaren" handset may let users see more information by floating a finger over the screen.
T-Mobile said Tuesday that it plans to launch the mid-range, Windows Phone 8.1-powered Lumia 635 just after the Fourth of July.
You can now ask Microsoft's Cortana to predict who will win each World Cup match—and it's 6-0 so far. But if you're wondering who is expected to win the United States-Belgium match...