Android and iOS are undoubtedly the major players in the smartphone industry, and while three-four years ago, Blackberry and Windows Phone continued to exist, albeit with single digit market shares, now their market share has dipped even lower. Continue reading Microsoft may be throwing in the towel with Lumia Phones
Microsoft is in the middle of a transition towards a company that is less focused on its desktop business, and is currently looking at other avenues, like cloud computing and multi-platform apps. Continue reading Report: Microsoft is working on six new Lumia Smartphones
Nokia is a heavy-weight in the Mobile Industry, and its slow reactions were the reason for its fall from dominance. It was no longer the king of the mobile phone market, but yet, people associated Nokia’s brand with durability and battery-life. That’s how big an impact Nokia made on everyone. Continue reading Nokia is not getting back into the Mobile Phone Industry
We got a look at the Spartan Browser in one of Microsoft’s recent Windows 10 builds, and it seemed to hold up pretty well with Cortana Integration, a Reading Mode, a slick UI and all. Continue reading Microsoft releases an updated Windows 10 Preview for Phones: Spartan on Phones
Windows 10 is an exciting Operating System, and evidently others share this opinion, because its trials have been downloaded more times than for any other OS in Windows history. Continue reading The next Windows 10 Preview will include support for many more phones
Windows Phone is a great OS overall, but is a bit lacking on Apps. People don’t use Windows Phone because it doesn’t have the Apps they need, and developers don’t make Apps for Windows Phone because not many people use Windows Phone. A chicken and egg scenario. Continue reading Microsoft announces the Lumia 435 and 532: The cheapest Lumia Devices till date
Nokia, once the titan of the mobile industry, has now officially gone under the wings of Microsoft.
While news of the acquisition had been announced way back in September itself, it is only now that the deal has been approved by regulatory agencies. Continue reading Microsoft now officially owns Nokia