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.
Head of Sony Mobile Europe, Pierre Perron, has confirmed that the company is exploring a potential move into Windows Phone. Although no devices are planned, yet.
If you had to give up Android today, what device would you buy and why? Is there a feature on a non-Android device that you secretly crave? Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!
One of the reported new features for Windows Phone 8.1 is Cortana, a virtual assistant to rival Siri and Google Now. Microsoft says she is based on the most advanced, almost magical, intelligence in their cloud.
In a recent interview, Dimitar Valev, head of mobile communications at LG Bulgaria, discussed some of the products heading our way in the near future. Here are the juicy details.
Microsoft claims that Google is purposely blocking its YouTube app for Windows Phone, following a dispute over in-app advertising and video downloading.
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.
With so much going on in the world of Android, it’s often hard to sleep at night. Lovers of mobile tech around the world, with visions of even better devices, dancing in their heads.... And why not? There is not a single other industry that is as intensely competitive, that yields massively improved technology each and every year.
Anyway, I digress.
Recent data indicates that Nokia is struggling with the Windows platform, with some analysts now suggesting that Nokia needs to bite the bullet and switch to the more popular Android platform to save itself from financial trouble.