Windows Phone hacker René ("Heathcliff74") announced a major update to his Windows Phone Internals tool that unlocks all known Lumia devices.
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I read a story about a technology in which Microsoft is deeply invested. And yet, it's like Microsoft doesn't even exist.
Delta is starting the process to move away from Microsoft hardware in favor of iPhones and iPads in all of their planes.
In his book Hit Refresh, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella admits that he advised his predecessor not to purchase Nokia.
I keep thinking that I'm done writing about Windows phone. And then something horrible happens. Again.
Mainstream support for Windows Phone 8.1---the last version of Microsoft's mobile platform that was worth a damn---ends tomorrow.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer this week expressed regret that he didn't make the software giant a "world-class hardware company." Steve, please. You did the right thing.
If you're a Windows Insider, be careful not to install any new builds today: An internal mishap at Microsoft has triggered an errant release.
Microsoft is working on new software and hardware to try and claw back market share in the mobile space where the company has failed to plant its flag.
Microsoft has been promising to integrate Windows 10 PCs with our Android smartphones since early 2016. We're still waiting.
Today: Thurrott.com is going to Africa, Xbox Insiders Program will have four rings (probably), Norway v. Windows phone, All new Chromebooks will run Android apps, more.
A Google Play Services update has started rolling out on Android, providing an excellent Instant Tethering feature. We need this on Windows.
Today: Microsoft to stop updating Minecraft on Windows phones, Cortana coming to the Android lock screen, Office Lens for iPad, more.
After a successful first-gen NexDock device in 2016, the firm is jumping on board with the Intel Compute Card for 2017.