Europe Archive

Microsoft HoloLens Readiness Program Expands In Europe

We don’t know when the successor is coming, but as this expansion of the HoloLens Agency Readiness Program shows, Microsoft certainly seems to be pleased with performance of the original device. As the software giant revealed, the

HoloLens Gets Two Distribution Partners In Europe

Somewhat surprising that it has taken this long, but Microsoft has picked up two distribution partners in Europe for HoloLens. Econocom and Bechtle are the two companies that Redmond has signed up. This partnership will expand the

Microsoft Might Be Forced To Rename Skype In Europe

The European odyssey continues for Microsoft, and the market is slowly becoming a bit of a hostile environment for the company, at least when it comes to legal issues. After the hefty fine handed to it by

PC Sales Go Down, Windows XP Blamed Once Again

The retirement of Windows XP is, once again, the talking point as PC shipments across the globe dropped by significant margins in the first quarter of 2015. Data published by IDC reveals that sales of computer hardware

Windows Phone European Market Share Crosses The 10% Mark

No looking back now? Fingers crossed. Windows Phone European market share simply keeps on growing, and the latest data from Kantar shows that the platform has become a much more popular choice in the Old Continent. Slowly

Lumia 640 XL Is Now Also Available For Preorder

Following the lead of the Lumia 640, the larger 5.7-inch version of Microsoft’s new handset is also available for preorder now, with sales expected to start later this month. Read up on the Lumia 640 here. Both

Microsoft Lumia 640 Now Up For Preorder In Europe

Finally some action! Microsoft has put up the newly announced Lumia 640 up for preorder in the Old Continent, after confirmation that the new handset would hit store shelves sometimes in April. The company introduced the Lumia

Denim Update Released For More Lumia 930 Handsets

Boy, the Denim Update for Lumia handsets is turning out to be a rather slow process overall. The rollout began last year, still continues, but carriers and networks are taking their sweet time here. Microsoft has not

The Browser Choice Screen Is No More

Thankfully! Microsoft has quite a history with the European Commission, filled with regulatory cases and fines. The Browser Choice screen that the company was forced to put up a particular highlight. More so, considering that other technology

Microsoft Pens New Partnership With Real Madrid

Microsoft and Real Madrid CF, the Spanish football (soccer) club have been rather close these few years, and both entities have recently inked a brand new deal. The partnership is said to be worth $30, although we