The Surface Pro 3's docking station adds desktop-replacement capabilities to the innovative laptop-tablet hybrid.
Two weeks ago, we would have written the Lumia 635 off as a middling device you'd probably pass over. After the last week's events, it might be the new direction of Windows Phone.
A slew of devices and services were left for dead this week.
Looking to cycle through your apps or just get a more standard right-click context menu? There are a few shortcuts for that.
The Android-based Nokia X is being killed, but cheaper Lumia smartphones will live on. They'll just be running Windows Phone.
Academic Wordsmith is a Word app that can check your paper for plagiarism as you're writing it.
Coming up on WTU Microsoft announces lay off plans, IBM and Apple team up and Google tests out Project Tango in space.
One of the first to fall as part of Microsoft's layoffs is its Xbox Entertainment Studios, although some of the company's flagship media offerings will remain unscathed.
Maybe the new CEO doesn't fully share his predecessor's vision of Microsoft as a maker of smartphones.
Microsoft removes Nokia name from some Windows Phone apps, but the company isn't totally letting go just yet.
Half of the recently acquired Nokia employees are being let go.