Say what you may, but the difference between the midrange and high end Windows Phones usually comes down to a few extra megapixels, and few extra inches. There just are not that many differentiating factors between the two segments — at least on the hardware side of things. And this is what Microsoft wants to shuffle...

Microsoft is supposed to be working on an innovative new 3D Touch technology to mobile devices, and we recently heard that the company’s next flagship smartphone is set to be equipped with it. Nokia McLaren is the codename of the first handset that comes with 3D Touch. And now Tom Warren of The Verge has shed more...

With most smartphone vendors, including Samsung, HT and LG, having unveiled their flagship handsets for the year, all eyes are on what Apple and Microsoft will bring to the table. And although there are plenty of unofficial details regarding the iPhone 6, what Microsoft (and Nokia) are cooking up is still under wraps....

The brand McLaren might be all about fast exotic cars, but this new rumor has Microsoft using this codename for an innovative new smartphone that makes use of 3D Touch technology. And it is said to be launching this November. There are already some API references to this 3D Touch technology in the Windows Phone 8.1...