Microsoft will give away free Windows Phones to five Android users with the worst malware horror stories.
News flash: You may actually like Windows Phone 7.5 (aka "Mango"). It really is the magical time of the year.
Analysis: It's not clear whether making WebOS open source will revive it, but the move won't hurt Windows Phone 7 or upcoming Windows 8 tablets -- and it may even help.
A manual for Nokia's Lumia 710 has appeared on the Federal Communications Commission website and T-Mobile has been sending out invitations for an event with Nokia.
With the release of My Xbox Live for iOS, Microsoft finally brings a little bit of Live to a platform other than Windows Phone 7.
BlackBerry Mobile Fusion will cover BlackBerrys and PlayBook tablets, and support competing mobile OSes, including Apple iOS and Google Android.
Analysts say they've seen little traction for the Windows operating system over the last 12 months and they doubt that the Nokia brand can make a meaningful difference.