Microsoft's Windows 10 and Surface-led PC strategy has been a success. So will the company leverage its PC forte and fill its mobile void with a telephony-enabled pocket PC? There's reason to be optimistic.
After years of struggle, it seems like Microsoft's Windows Mobile vision is doomed to fail. Some, such as former CEO Steve Ballmer, argue that Microsoft should dump Windows Mobile for Android. But we're not so sure ...
Presumably, millions of Windows phone fans make up the less than one percent of the smartphone market that still uses Windows phones. Unfortunately, many of those people feel like Microsoft has deserted them. But are they right?
Microsoft move to end its hardware line of smartphones and focus its mobile OS under the shadow of the enterprise effectively makes Microsoft's mobile play invisible to the industry at large. What will that mean for the platform going forward?