Microsoft says users should switch to iOS or Android as it pulls the plug on Windows 10 Mobile. Here's everything you need to know about it.
Ever wondered what you would get if you merged the best of Metro or Modern UI with the best of Windows 95? This Windows 95 Mobile concept video explores exactly that.
Microsoft executive has confirmed that the company's business is effectively turning its back on the progression of Windows 10 Mobile hardware and software.
Here's how to download and install Pokemon Go (PoGo-UWP) For Windows 10 Mobile-running phones. It's important to note that this is an unofficial port of Pokemon Go.
Intel has decided to can its Atom line of smartphone CPUs after having been beaten out repeatedly by ARM chips. The company made the decision to kill the entire product lineup, including the massively delayed Broxton chip, effectively pulling out of the mobile market.
You can now download official Facebook and Messenger apps for Windows 10 desktop, as well as Instagram app for Windows 10 Mobile phones.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore, the man in charge of Windows Phone, was recently spotted tweeting a photo from an iPhone, and when people took notice, he explained why he uses one.
It was recently discovered that Microsoft was working on an iOS implementation of its highly popular Word Flow keyboard found in its Windows Mobile platform. Carefully selected members of the Windows Insider Program were invited to take part in a closed beta of the Word Flow keyboard, with Microsoft confirming via the email invite that the keyboard would be initially tolled out to Apple's iOS platform, with other platforms to follow in the near future. Now, a set of new images are providing a better insight into the visuals of the keyboard and some of the unique features that it will bring to iOS when publicly released.
In celebration of ten years of free video calling, Skype is rolling out free group video calling for iOS, Android and Windows 10 Mobile in the coming weeks, with the option to pre-register available right now.
A curious new app listed on Microsoft Store has introduced speculation that the software giant is planning on introducing its own branded SIM-card for Microsoft devices. The app, which has recently made an appearance on the store, asks if users are "looking for a reliable, convenient way to stay connected everywhere you go, even when WiFi isn't available?" The additional metadata then seems to suggest that Microsoft is planning on solving this problem by introducing its own SIM-card that can be used and paid for through a Microsoft account on a branded Microsoft device.