Microsoft's retreat from the smartphone space suggests its killing Windows phone. Perhaps it is, but only to prepare for what's coming next.
Windows phone fans are hoping for at least a tidbit of information on Microsoft's mobile strategy from the upcoming Build developer conference. They'll get it ... but maybe not in the way they expect.
Is a Surface Phone that runs Android really plausible? What would be the benefits? Let's explore.
On this episode of the Windows Central Podcast, we talk about the future — Redstone 2, Surface Phone, HoloLens, Surface Book 2, and so much more!
This week on the Windows Central Podcast: We talk new the Windows 10 Creators Update RTM and rollout, Windows 7 update blocks, and what OS should the Surface Phone run?
Speaking in a new interview, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella commented on Microsoft’s current position in the phone business, hinting that the company may be working on the “ultimate mobile device.”
As a kid growing up in the 80s, one of me and my family's favorite Saturday morning cartoons was The Smurfs.
Throughout this year and the majority of 2017, Microsoft's smartphone strategy will remain in a retrenched or gestating state.
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