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Sibling rivalry: Lumia 925 vs. the competition (Chart)

All the stats you need to know about the Lumia 925 and its rivals, all in one spot.

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Nokia's Lumia lineup finds little love in the U.S.

Nokia's first quarter financials show the Lumia lineup picking up steam globally, but it's actually losing steam Stateside.

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Nokia sees improving Windows Phone sales, shrinking quarterly loss

Nokia's sales of smartphones running Windows Phone continued to grow in the first quarter, and its net loss shrank year on year, even as overall revenue declined.

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Microsoft is making a mistake by passing on a Surface Phone

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.

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Bad news for BlackBerry 10: Survey says most Americans don't care

In a survey of 1,500 U.S. consumers by a research firm, 82.6 percent said they didn't know Blackberry 10 had launched in Canada and Europe in late January and didn't expect the OS to be available in the U.S. within the next 30 days.

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Speek eases conference calling hassles for Windows Phone

This free app lets you create and join calls right from your handset. It's not even available for Android yet.

Former Microsoft man building 'something secret' at Amazon

Charlie Kindel, who ran Windows Home Server and Windows Phone developer experience, says he's now at Amazon.

Unity opens beta program for Windows Phone 8 game developers

Unity Technologies opens a beta program for Windows Phone 8 apps and invites experienced developers to start testing.

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Microsoft's cash-for-apps pitch to devs smells like desperation

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.

Microsoft stokes Windows app development with cash

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.