Microsoft's tumultuous mobile woes have not only affected consumers, but developers have suffered as well.
The future of Windows 10 and the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) depends on more than just PCs. With Microsoft missing its goal of getting Windows onto "one billion devices" by half, where does Windows 10 go without phones?
Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform (UWP) is pointless without a mobile component. Someone needs to let the company know this ASAP.
Respected analyst Walt Mossberg believes that the redefinition of the PC will be driven by Apple, not Microsoft. Mossberg has some valid points but also lacks perspective. Here's why.
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.
Following Microsoft's Windows Developer Day yesterday, a slide made the rounds that appeared to signal the company's plans to open the Xbox floodgates to all UWP games. Not so fast ...
A foldable Continuum-enabled Surface "phone" may change the game for Microsoft, unless Samsung builds one first.
Microsoft is about to take the next step with its "One Windows" vision by introducing an improved, adaptable Windows Shell that'll benefit Continuum experiences.
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