Or iPhone, for that matter. We have known for a while now that Windows Phones are dead, but Microsoft has just moved a little further from its mobile platform. In a recent update to its FAQ page, the company details its end of support plans for the mobile OS. And in the process, recommending users to move to...

Throwback Thursday, anyone? Let’s wind back the clock a few years, and look at this feature phone with Windows UI that Microsoft quietly abandoned before release. Apparently, the RM-1182 has surfaced, providing us with a hint at what Redmond was planning back then. It was soon after the company purchase the...

Or should we say, reappears. Call it a pleasant surprise if you must, but a Windows 10 Mobile phone is back in production. The handset in question is the, now familiar, Wileyfox Pro. This was, if you recall, one of the last real headsets available that was powered by Microsoft mobile OS before the company...

One door closes, another one opens? An unlikeliest of rumors has been doing the rounds lately, claiming that Microsoft is gearing up to launch an Android phone. This talk came right around we got an official confirmation from Redmond that Surface Phone is no longer on the horizon. However, the source is an...

The fine folks over at Kantar, a market research firm, have revealed their latest monthly mobile figures. And the Windows Phone market share numbers paint a sorry picture. Unsurprisingly. Android and iOS are currently dominating the market, while fewer and fewer buyers are now interested in the Windows Phone...

It’s done. Microsoft is all out of Windows Phone powered handsets, with the very last units the company had in stock recently being sold. Meaning, these devices are now only available at retailers. That is, if you want to buy one, for some reason. We have known for quite some time that mobile is not exactly...

The end is near! The official Starbucks app took a while to come to Windows Phone. But it did so with appropriate fanfare upon launch, and was very well received. However, the company has decided that now it is time to move on. Starbucks is leaving Microsoft’s mobile operating platform — for the same old...

Wonder what took them so long! Financial apps usually are quick to leave the Windows Phone platform, but Barclays remained one of the last banks still supporting Microsoft’s mobile OS. Not anymore. Since few companies have any real reason to stick with the withering platform, Barclays has confirmed that its...

Kicked? Things just got a little worse for Microsoft’s under fire mobile OS, as another top messaging app has left the Windows Phone platform. Kik Messenger has been pulled for Windows 10 Mobile. Just like that — without any official announcement or anything. Fret not, if you have not heard this name before,...

Yes, Surface Phone. We don’t know whether Microsoft will actually launch this mythic device, but there is every reason to believe that the company is at least working on it. As the numerous patents filed by Redmond show. A few more have made their way out, revealing that the technology giant is considering a...