Just three days after it delivered its biggest-ever Windows Insider build, Microsoft is back with a new build for both PC and Mobile.
Recent Windows 10 Mobile Stories
This month, AdDuplex takes a look at Windows 10 Mobile and Surface usage data. And yes, there are a few surprises.
Microsoft today delivered a new build of Windows 10 to the Insider Preview. But it's available only for Mobile.
Windows enthusiasts have found a lot to cheer in a recent interview with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Not the least of which is a brief discussion of what he calls "the most ultimate mobile device."
With not much happening in Windows PC or phone usage, AdDuplex this month looks at how the U.S. markets for each is shaping up.
A new Windows Store app platform feature called Chaseable Tiles has started appearing in some in-box Windows 10 apps.
A Windows 10 game called Plimpli Adventures offers a Flappy Bird-type experience, but with a twist: It supports Continuum on Windows phones
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14959 for Fast ring testers includes Unified Update Platform on Mobile and display scaling improvements in Hyper-V on PC.
The Unified Update Platform (UUP) promises to dramatically reduce the size of the updates---major or minor---that Microsoft delivers to Windows 10 going forward.
Alcatel announced today that its new flagship Windows phone, the IDOL 4S, will ship exclusively on T-Mobile in the U.S. on November 10.
While I've used Continuum in the past, wirelessly and wired, and with and without a dock, the HP Elite x3 Desk Dock is the best experience I've had so far.
Microsoft has delivered a new build of the Windows 10 Insider Preview, and this one is for both PC and Mobile. Key among the new features are some nice updates to Outlook Mail.
As a complete solution for business workers, the HP Elite x3 comprises hardware devices and peripherals, software, and services. Let's look at the phone hardware first.
As some of you may have noticed, I'm a bit down on the HP Elite x3 as a smartphone. But as a locked-down "3-in-1" PC for businesses only, the Elite x3 could make sense. Maybe.
More bad news for Windows phone fans: According to the latest usage stats, Windows 10 Mobile growth has ended. And that shiny new HP Elite x3? It is off to a terrible start.