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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs iPhone X

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs Pixel 2 XL: Nobody does it better

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What kind of mobile fanboy are you?

What is a fanboy? Are you one? Let's look through some of the most popular types of fanboy and see if you fit in.
by Edgar CervantesApril 24, 2016

Microsoft might bring Windows Phone’s Word Flow keyboard to Android

Microsoft has plans to bring its popular Word Flow keyboard from Windows Phones to iOS. Could Android be next?
by Jimmy WestenbergJanuary 18, 2016

Cyanogen has “more users than Windows Mobile and Blackberry combined”

We knew Cyanogen's influence was strong, but we had no idea they were big enough to surpass Windows Phone and BlackBerry... combined!
by Edgar CervantesAugust 9, 2015

Has the mobile ship sailed for Microsoft?

Does Microsoft really have any prospect of fighting its way back into the mobile scene? Can Windows 10 succeed where previous releases have failed? We discuss Microsoft and mobile.
by Simon HillJune 29, 2015

(Update: fix coming) Skype flaw causes crash on Android, iOS & Windows

A new flaw has been revealed that allows you to deliberately or accidentally crash the Skype application on iOS, Android, Windows or Windows Phone.
by Nirave GondhiaJune 3, 2015

Microsoft debating Android app support for Windows Phones

According to a former employee, Microsoft is determined to “stop the leakage” from its mobile platform and is considering Android app support on Window Phones.
by Robert TriggsJanuary 19, 2015

Who provides the best budget experience for your dollar: Windows, Android, Firefox OS?

Who makes the best budget smartphone? What can you get for less than $200? How about less than $100? We take a look at how Android, Windows Phone, and Firefox measure up in this budget brawl.
by Simon HillSeptember 24, 2014

Huawei director: Windows Phone “on hold” and Tizen doomed to fail

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.
by Edgar CervantesAugust 25, 2014

HTC One M8 now comes in Windows Phone flavor

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.
by Andrew GrushAugust 19, 2014

Should Microsoft give up on the Windows Phone already?

The Windows Phone OS is largely irrelevant with just 2.7% of the market.
by William Neilson JrAugust 13, 2014
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