Microsoft’s Windows Phone and RIM’s BlackBerry 10 aren’t left with much to fight over, unless they take share from Android or iOS.
Microsoft faces determined opponents in its attempt to pivot toward the cloud, mobility, and the next generation of business technologies.
Microsoft and Research In Motion must succeed in the mobile OS arena in 2013, predicts IDC. The alternatives are dire.
Microsoft needs third-party developers to embrace the Windows Phone 8 platform in order for its mobile plans to succeed.
Microsoft has launched Windows Phone 8, its big hope for making inroads into the mobile-device market against Apple and Google.
Microsoft appears to be timing Windows Phone 8 to launch right after Windows 8, according to notes to media.
Windows Phone 8’s lack of a firm release date could indicate trouble for the upcoming smartphone OS.
Nokia unveiled the Lumia 920 and 820, its first Windows Phone 8 smartphones, at a New York City event.
Images of Nokia’s upcoming Windows Phone 8 devices may have leaked onto the Web ahead of their official unveiling.
Microsoft sees Windows Phone 8 as its best shot at claiming a share of the smartphone market. But where does that leave Windows Phone 7?