Even the most proper Windows Phone fan will agree that the platform has stagnated a bit at the high end side of the market. We’ve not had a true flagship launch in a while. Some innovation was coming our way in the form of codename McLaren, before being shelved. The low end, affordable segment of the market, however,...

Forecasts. There may be such a thing as predicting too deep into the future. But the smartphone world is not all that susceptible to these follies, what with both the iOS and Android platform having matured. That leaves only Windows Phone with a lot to gain. And a lot it is expected to gain, according to a recent...

They said that China and the United States were the two most important markets. They also said that these were the countries Windows Phone really had to conquer to gain some admiration. And sadly these two are the just the markets where Microsoft’s mobile platform is faltering. The newest numbers are in, and it seems...

The Windows Phone platform is now snuggly sitting in third place in the mobile world. But for Microsoft that is a bare minimum. And although the company has switched places with BlackBerry, it is yet to really make a mark in the enterprise market. This, partly, has to do with the lack of enterprise features that...

Microsoft announced a handful of new handset makers at BUILD 2014, pun and all. Most of them cater to the budget and affordable side of the market, in a number of crucial corners of the globe. One such newcomer is Prestigio that has a good standing in these developing markets. And a Russian website has posted, what is...

Recent numbers from ABI Research have confirmed that despite growing sales, Windows Phone still has around 3 percent of the global market share around the world. But there is no doubt that Microsoft’s platform is quickly attracting users. Windows Phone is now moving closer to overtake iOS in more markets around the...

Another confirmation of success! ABI Research have verified that Microsoft’s mobile operating platform has continued its trajectory of growth on the mobile market, at a steady, if slow pace. The research firm says that the platform grew by 119 percent in Q1 2014, compared to the same quarter a year back. Its overall...

Google Android is the undisputed number one platform when it comes to mobile, with many pegging Apple iOS as still the second most popular OS the world over. For good reasons, surely. But Windows Phone has been flying high since overtaking BlackBerry last year. Flying high with so much traction, that the third most...

The technology world’s equivalent of the old question, what came first, the egg or the chicken finally has an answer. VideoLAN have released VLC Mobile Remote for Windows Phone, ahead of the release of the official media playback application. We do know that a port of the popular media player is currently in...

Some believe that Android is the new Windows. One trait that Android seems to have obtained from earlier versions of Windows is lax security. Most mobile malware is still targeted at Android. This has been revealed in this new report from security firm F-Secure. And as worrying a factor this is for Android users,...