Microsoft explains how it will segregate the market for Windows 10 Mobile handsets into three focus areas: Value phones, premium phones and value phablets.
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An anonymous tipster has sent me what appears to be internal Microsoft plans for packaging mid-range and high-end Lumia handsets for businesses.
Microsoft posted Windows 10 Ready lists of current Windows phone handsets to its US and UK store sites, leaving off some handsets that it's still selling.
Bad news, Lumia fans: Microsoft announced today that it is scaling back its collection of Lumia-branded apps ahead of the release of Windows 10 Mobile.
Anxious for news about Microsoft's promised new Lumia flagships? Recently-leaked photos reveal exactly what you can expect from Talkman and Cityman.
One of the strangest inequities of the market for Windows phones is that only Microsoft's handsets are eligible to install most Lumia-branded apps.
Google’s Android One initiative was a disaster, so the search giant is starting over and will address the issues, which include halving the cost of phones.
Microsoft's new Lumia flagships, Cityman and Talkman may soon go to market as the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, respectively. Prepare for extreme happiness.
We learned about Microsoft's broad new plans for smart phone recently, and today, thanks to a leak, we can see where they're headed with low-end handsets.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke briefly about Microsoft's disastrous phone business and reiterated that the firm planned to address Flagshipgate soon.
We haven't seen a Windows phone flagship here in the US since February 2014. So which handsets make the cut in this lull before we see new flagships?
For the past two years I have used only my smart phone, and not a digital camera, to record personal events like vacations, birthdays, and other milestones.
Microsoft's new phablet, the Lumia 640 XL, is now available in the United States from AT&T. This handset offers a superior camera and a great build quality.
This month's Windows Phone usage statistics from AdDuplex show that Microsoft, finally, is testing a true Windows 10 Mobile flagship. Hooray!