Microsoft just announced that future Nokia X devices will be running Windows Phone instead of Android. This puts an end to Microsoft’s brief adventure in Android land, which began less than five months ago when Stephen Elop, then CEO of Nokia, announced the Nokia X at MWC in Barcelona.
Microsoft is now readying the impending launch of the tablet-optimized Office for Android. You could even sign up to become a private beta tester!
Microsoft has announced the Nokia X2, the successor to Nokia’s debut Android handset, the Nokia X, which costs just €99.
It looks like Microsoft Mobile has begun teasing what could very well be the Android-based Nokia X’s successor.
Thanks to the Chinese government, we now have a list of patents that Microsoft uses against Android to collect royalties. There are at least 127 that MS claims Android violates.
Microsoft’s Ranveer Chandra has taken the stage at MIT Technology Review’s Digital Summit, taking our breath with the possibility of 1-week battery life.
Microsoft is set on staying relevant. The rumor mill is at it again, this time with news of Microsoft possibly entering the smartwatch market soon.
Microsoft Devices, formerly Nokia’s smartphone division, sent four “Lumianauts” in search of “the Galaxy” inside Heathrow’s Terminal 5. What did they find inside? Well, not much.
Last year, mega patent-troll Intellectual Ventures opened up shop in Washington, D.C., to push their yearly million dollar lobbying effort. Since its founding in 2000, IV is believed to have raised about $6 billion in cash.
Does Nokia’s legendary build quality, optics, and overall robustness translate to its Android phones? Or is the X line too little too late? We answer these questions in our Nokia X review.