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Nokia has something up its sleeves for May 14, and that something has something to do with Lumias. We make some guesses.
The Windows Phone Store adds more high-profile apps, with micro-blogging site Tumblr the latest debut in a string of new offerings.
Microsoft's top executive for mobile phones took shots at both iOS and Android today, calling Apple's operating system "boring" and claiming Google's is "a mess."
The VP of Microsoft's Windows Phone division poured cold water on the idea of a Surface Phone this week, but Microsoft may be making a critical mistake in not bolstering an already soft platform.
Microsoft's Windows Blue update coming this summer may allow users to access the desktop version of Windows.
Microsoft took a big swing at Facebook Friday, calling the social network's new Home launcher an old idea.
Microsoft's recent adoption of a continuous development cycle may not sound impressive on the surface, but it heralds a new, more responsive era of mainstream computing.
Unity Technologies opens a beta program for Windows Phone 8 apps and invites experienced developers to start testing.
After a lengthy wait, a Pandora app is finally available for Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, and it includes several features you won't find on other platforms.
Microsoft yesterday kicked off a promotion that rewards Windows 8 and Windows Phone developers $100 for each app that they publish in the company's app stores.
The "smoked" campaign -- in which Microsoft shows off how quickly its phones can perform common tasks -- is back, and this time, Samsung's Galaxy S III is the target.
Once again, Microsoft has opened its coffers to app developers, offering them up to $2,000 to build new Windows 8 and Windows Phone apps.