Your phone may be the single most indispensable piece of technology you own — it goes everywhere with you. At Windows Central, we're still partial to Windows phones and Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile OS. But we're also realistic. Windows phones aren't doing so well these days, and most of us who still carry Lumias, Elite x3s, or Idols also carry an Android or iOS phone, or both. That's...
The current state of Windows 10 Mobile is disheartening and it is forcing a lot of users to switch to competing platforms like Apple's iOS. However, the other side of the fence may not be as colourful as we think.
Selfies have become a part of our culture and even of our daily workflow in some cases. Microsoft has released the Microsoft Selfie app which aims to make this task easier and provide better results. But does it deliver a good experience?
Microsoft has announced the release of the iOS App Analysis tool as part of the company's Windows Bridge for iOS software. The new tool is designed to show which parts of an iOS app are already compatible with the bridge, which should make it easier to port that app to Windows 10.