Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella admitted abandoning consumers is a mistake he's repeatedly made, a mistake that may very well cost Microsoft in the future.
Disenchanted Windows phone fans feel Microsoft's next mobile device will fail without their support. But Microsoft's ultimate mobile device vision may not need those smartphone loyalists.
Microsoft seems to be on a path to bringing its folding mobile device to market. If it happens, what should Microsoft call this unique pocketable PC?
Some people write Windows Phone (capital "p") while others write Windows phone. Some say Windows Mobile, and others say Windows 10 Mobile. What gives?
Smartphones are the gateways to many tech companies' broader ecosystems. Sadly, history proves any attempt by Microsoft to fill that void in its ecosystem is a huge gamble.
Windows 10 Mobile has effectively devolved into a mere testing ground for features destined for a future of full Windows on ARM devices, and Windows phone fans, you're the beta testers.
Microsoft's retreat from the smartphone space suggests its killing Windows phone. Perhaps it is, but only to prepare for what's coming next.
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