Another easygoing week for Microsoft, with focus solely on the upcoming versions of Windows on various platforms. If there was one hardware piece that kept the headlines to itself, it was the upcoming imaging flagship, the Lumia 1030. Redmond also made some strategic moves this week. A look at what’s worth...

Well there you have it, ladies and gentlemen. Sprint has officially become the only carrier in United States without a Windows Phone, as the company confirmed that it will be taking a break. A break from the platform, that is to say. Fine way to treat customers, but maybe they have their reasons. This...

The Windows Phone journey has seen its ups and downs, but there have been a few inexplicable events too. Events like Sprint dropping Windows Phone handsets on its website. So far, the company has not commented on this decision. But the third largest wireless carrier not only does not show any Windows Phone...

Previously known as the General Distribution Release 3, Microsoft has recently made official the next version of Windows Phone 8. And now we are slowly receiving reports of when wireless carriers around the globe are planning to roll out the new firmware. It will still be a staged rollout, granted, but Sprint...

Sprint has just officially confirmed the upcoming availability of the Samsung ATIV S Neo on its network on this Friday, August 16. This makes it the carrier’s second Windows Phone 8 device after it started selling the HTC 8XT in July. And just like the 8XT, the ATIV S Neo will be a Sprint exclusive. Microsoft...

Codename Tiara, that is. Word on the street was that HTC is getting ready to launch a new Windows Phone 8 powered smartphone for the year, and a company executive recently did confirm the plans. The vice president for Global Product Planning at HTC, Tai Ito, talked to CNET during the Mobile World Congress...

While there are still several minor carriers that haven’t made the jump to Windows Phone 8 handsets yet, Sprint is the only one of the big dogs without an Nokia or HTC WP8 phone to call their own. Back in November we received official word from Sprint via a PC Mag interview that they would in fact offer future...

Microsoft entered into a partnership back in February of 2011 with Nokia to sell smartphones running Windows Phone 7 and later 8. For Microsoft, it was a routine deal with an OEM, for Nokia, they were betting the entire company’s fortunes on the Windows Phone OS. However, in the US, Nokia seems to be...

Interesting snippet from Engadget that describes Sprint’s allged attitude toward the Windows Phone platform. That includes Sprint, which does currently have a Windows Phone in its lineup (and is apparently considering more in the “August-September time period”), but remains decidedly unenthusiastic about the...