Windows Central forum user mstabes recently posted a very important question about the state of Windows Mobile: "Is lack of apps the real WP problem?"
It's a subject that hits a sore spot for many Windows Mobile users, so it's no surprise that there are already pages of replies on the thread. The original poster mstabes stated that a switch to Android was personally necessary due to the app selection, not because of the OS.
Do you agree that it's a lack of apps that is the real problem with Windows Mobile? Or do you think there needs to be an OS overhaul? Head on over to the forum thread and be heard. And remember, there's no right or wrong answer, so be sure to tell us how you really feel.
Everything new with Xbox One's February update
Everything new with the Xbox One's February Update, including another Home makeover, message image support, and more.
Dell's refreshed XPS 13 (9300) is tough competition for the Galaxy Book S
Samsung has released its ARM-based Galaxy Book S, and many are comparing it to the similarly sized Dell XPS 13 (9300). We break things down to help you make the right decision.
Microsoft's confident Xbox Series X news drip is a refreshing shift
Microsoft used to keep development pretty close to its chest, strewn through a lens of PR and over-thought marketing. Xbox seems to have turned a corner into something different.
Jazz up your XPS 15 with these great accessories
There are so many accessories that can help to enhance your Dell XPS 15 experience that you’d be remiss if you didn’t consider some of them. Here are a few of our favorites.