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.
While the company has killed off future Android-powered Nokia X phones, it is still pushing out updates to its current models.
Financial results are oh-so boring, but Microsoft's latest quarterly results hid a surprising number of juicy tidbits about Surface, Nokia, the future of Windows, and more.
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.
New market share figures show that Windows Phone has been surging in important European markets, nearly doubling its market share vs. this time last year.
A slew of devices and services were left for dead this week.
As Microsoft downsizes, Nokia looks to drop its Internet radio efforts.
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.
The next time you fly Delta, don’t be surprised if a smartphone takes your drink order. The airline announced today that over 19,000 flight attendants will now carry Nokia Lumia 820 handsets for processing in-flight purchases.