As Microsoft winds down its smartphone efforts in preparation for its next mobile attempt, many fans still want a Windows phone. But boy, are they getting difficult to find.
Though Apple is often criticized for copying old tech, its improving of that tech makes all the difference.
What if Microsoft could convince developers that there is a single "mobile" platform to develop for, rather than three distinct platforms, iOS, Android and the oft-neglected Windows?
The Surface phone is expected by 2018 but Microsoft's ecosystem isn't ready. What will Microsoft do at BUILD 2017 to get developers on board?
A Microsoft data scientist, and ardent Windows phone fan shares his love for Windows phone and conversion to Android!
Microsoft's introduction of Windows 10 S finally gives developers a compelling reason to invest in Project Centennial and the Universal Windows Platform (UWP).
If the Surface phone is a PC Microsoft can market it based on its PC strength without facing the hurdles in the smartphone space.
Whenever Gartner releases its latest smartphone market share numbers, the expected decline in Windows phone market share is followed by the expected, "Windows phone is dead!" mantra.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore said Windows 10 Mobile is for phone experiences. That doesn't contradict a full Windows on ARM on telephony-enabled pocket PCs vision, however.
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