Nokia is killing off its Symbian operating system in order to make way for Windows Phone 7.
Longtime Microsoft employee and Windows Phone boss Charlie Kindel announced Monday he's leaving Microsoft after 21 years to start a new company.
Analysis: Microsoft lags in the smartphone market now, but some analysts are bullish about the company's ability to steadily build its market share. Here's why -- as well as Microsoft's challenges.
Could this be the official reveal of Nokia’s first Windows Phone?
RIM's BlackBerry and Windows phones lag, although RIM is doing quite well in South America, Indonesia, and South Africa.
Windows Phone 7's Mango update will bring much-needed features to the mobile operating system, bringing it up to speed with iOS and Android. But how long until iOS and Android outstrip WinPho7 yet again?
It's only July, and already we've seen a goodly clutch of disappointments and outright tech failures. Here are dozen glaring examples.