Huawei stays relatively quiet, but it seems they know their business and aren’t afraid to tell it like it is when hit by the spotlight.
In an interesting move, HTC has released a version of its Android flagship that ditches Android in favor of Windows Phone. While Sense is also gone, some of its apps remain.
The Windows Phone OS is largely irrelevant with just 2.7% of the market.
Scoble’s opinion on Microsoft’s mobile platform is firm and sound: he believes the company should ditch Windows Phone all together.
Data collected by Kantar Worldpanel reveals that global Android smartphone sales continue to grow, whileiPhone sales fall in China and the US.
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.
Indian phone manufacturer Karbonn Mobiles is planning to release dual-OS devices as early as June, which will run both Windows Phone and Android.
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.
We take a look at the recent debate about Microsoft making Android phones and ask whether forking Android and ditching Windows Phone would make sense for the software giant.
According to a new report, Microsoft is allegedly in the “early stages” of planning a possible move that will bring Android app support to Windows and Windows Phone.