What is Nokia thinking? Can its Android X phone line-up really act as a gateway drug for Windows Phone, or is this experiment set to end in disaster? We take a look at the best case scenario for Nokia and Microsoft, before pointing out the flaws.
Microsoft is reportedly looking to bring Xbox Live to Android and iOS, possibly bringing achievements and cross-platform play to more smartphones and tablets. Read on for more!
Indian phone manufacturer Karbonn Mobiles is planning to release dual-OS devices as early as June, which will run both Windows Phone and Android.
Samsung has announced that its new security platform, Samsung KNOX, will support Microsoft’s security minded enterprise software Workplace Join, Windows Intune, Windows Azure and cloud printing of Microsoft Office documents.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly we talk about porting Android apps to Tizen, a new Chromecast app, the Google Now Launcher, and more Android apps!
How did Nokia port its MixRadio app to Android? Did Nokia re-write the app in Java? No, what Nokia did was to use a special bit of software from a company called Xamarin that basically lets Windows Phone app run on Android.
When it arrives later this spring, Windows Phone 8.1 will be able to be loaded on to (select) existing Qualcomm-based Android hardware. Read on for more details!
Microsoft has just updated its OneDrive storage app to include automatic camera backups, and is giving away 100GB of storage for free today.
Industry sources have heard that Basis, the company behind the Health Tracker Watch, is attempting to sell itself to some of the big names in the mobile business, including Samsung, Apple, and Google.
Can any company still fork Android? Can Nokia create a successful Android device without Google’s apps? How does Google’s stance affect consumers? Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!