In a surprising development, Microsoft is reportedly coaxing HTC to offer Windows Phone “as a second option” on Android devices.
According to DigiTimes, as HTC’s Windows Phone marketshare continues to decline, the company could drift away from supporting the platform. Instead, the company would continue pushing its Android devices instead.
According to Microsoft, 23 percent of Windows Phone 8 users previously owned an Android device. Honestly though, are we really supposed to care?
The Lumia 928 and the Galaxy S4 can be looked at as the unwavering champions in the Windows Phone 8 and Android space. Both are powerful smartphones, but in some cases, it might be hard to choose which one is right for you. Let us look for an answer together.
The newly launched Nokia Lumia 928 has received a lot of praise from consumers and media, and has even been called a contender to the title of best smartphone of the year. So let’s take a look at this bad boy, shall we?
“Switch to Windows Phone” is a new Android app made by Microsoft meant to help Android users switch to Windows Phone 8 easier, by matching their Android app collection or finding appropriate alternative WP8 apps.
As our friendly neighborhood search giant extends its tentacles, drawing together more and more useful functionality, you may well wonder if you can manage without Google. Would a lack of support for Google services be enough to turn you off a mobile platform?
We explore the similarities between Android and Windows, and wonder if that as Windows drifts ever closer to mobile, whether Android could take its place?
During a crisis or a natural disaster, it’s all about getting people the help they need and, if you’re one of the victims, receiving help until the worst is over. Microsoft is helping people get connected with HelpBridge.
But since it’s still the weekend in various parts of the world, we’re going to wear our funny hats today and briefly check out Windows Phone 8 and a hidden feature that’s certainly not available on other mobile OSes.