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Next month’s CES could be one of the most fascinating events to date, with a whole slew of new technologies emerging. An indicator from the last few months of products coming out of the vine, the 2011 CES' primary focus will be on tablets, as companies jostle for position to take on the market-leading iPad.
HTC One M8 for Windows to be launched on AT&T later this year.
Check out the HTC One M8 for Windows.
An HTC Windows Phone handset has been confirmed by Microsoft.
LG might have started working on a Windows Phone 8.1 handset. We have found a leaked image, which comes to us courtesy of @evleaks, floating around on the web.
The day is finally here! On July 19th, Sprint will finally get it's first WP8 handset, the HTC 8XT. Shortly after, the Samsung Ativ S Neo will also arrive.
The Acer Iconia W3 is now finally official, making for the world's first smaller-screened Windows 8 powered tablet.
Thanks to a recent Amazon listing, we now know alot more about the world's first smaller-screen Windows tablet, the Acer Iconia W3-810.
Apparently a new Acer tablet has leaked to the net. The Iconia W3-810 is an 8-inch Intel Atom tablet, and the first Windows slate with a small display.
EVLeaks indicates that HTC has something new in the Windows Phone 8 arena planned for the not-too-distant future called the HTC Tiara.
About two-and-a-half months after the update arrived to everyone else, the Hoth update is now available for these Windows Phone 8 users.
The recently released Windows Phone 7.8 update brings resizable tiles and some other WP8-style improvements, but apparently also brings a new bug with it.
Having trouble accessing the Windows Phone Store on your Windows Phone 8 handset? You aren't alone it seems.
Looking for an upgrade to Windows Phone 7.8 for your Nokia Lumia 710 on T-Mobile's network? Unfortunately, you will have no such luck it seems.
According to Chinese tech site WPDang, we may be seeing an unannounced software update for all Windows phones with 7.5 and below, starting today.
Samsung and HTC's Sprint handsets will either be refreshes of existing hardware, or they will be brand new hardware and maybe even Sprint exclusives.
Sprint has now confirmed that they are joining the Windows Phone 8 party, partnering with HTC and Samsung to bring out handsets in the summer of 2013.
If you've picked up a Windows Phone 8 device like the Nokia Lumia 920 and you really like how good the camera is on there, then you'll like the CameraPro app even better.
Looking for a great Windows Phone 8 device but don't want to pay hardly anything to do it? Amazon Wireless is now offering the AT&T version of the HTC 8x for just $.01.
While this probably won't surprise too many people out, a new study indicates that the Nokia Lumia 920 is hands-down the most popular Windows Phone 8 smartphone so far
Building anticipation for the upcoming Windows Phone 7.8 release, a video that appears to be an early release of the Windows Phone 7.8 upgrade on a Nokia Lumia 900 has been leaked.
Ever buy a new phone to find out a week later that a better, faster, cooler phone just got released? W'eve all been there before, usually just stuck complaining to whoever will listen. Well those who were Windows Phone 7 early adopters were stuck in that frustrating and helpless position when the Windows Phone 8 was released. Fear not my friends, Microsoft’s long awaited Windows Phone 7.8 update is coming soon.
It seems that the HTC HD2 has now received an early port of Windows Phone 8.
Did you miss the Black Friday deal on this phone? No problem, because you can still pick up the awesome Nokia Lumia 920 for just seventy bucks if you pick it up from Amazon right now.
Own a Windows Phone 8 handset and have had trouble with the “rebooting” bug? The good news is that Microsoft is now preparing to release a bug fix that will solve the problem.
Interested in the idea of a Huawei Windows Phone 8 handset? The Huawei Ascend W1 is coming soon enough, and from the looks of it, the device has its own unique aesthetic that sets the device apart from other Windows Phone 8 devices.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 is here, and is actually doing reasonably well during its first few days on the market. That said, there is some very real competition in the mobile market that would love to fight Microsoft for the “3rd place” position in the smartphone market, this includes Mozilla with Firefox OS and RIM with BB10.
Windows Phone 8 might have just hit the market today, but it is already generating quite a bit of excitement. In fact, a new poll conducted by the UK-based PC Advisor indicates that out of 3,250 respondents, 22 percent were interested in Windows Phone 8-- the same percent of users that were interested in the iPhone.
Starting with Windows Phone 8 devices, NFC will now come into play on Microsoft's newest mobile platform. While this isn't that surprising, it is interesting to know that the tap+send features in Windows Phone 8 will actually work just fine between WP8 devices and Android phones.
The Lumia 920 is official. At the joint Microsoft-Nokia event, most of the show focused on this impressive Nokia phone- but not all of it. Microsoft actually showed us quite a bit about some of the features that are baked in Windows Phone 8, using the Lumia 920 as a reference. What can we expect?
HTC might not be doing nearly as well as it used to, but that hasn't stopped it from producing new products. First there was a rumor of a new HTC tablet, now it looks like a Windows Phone 8 device is in the works from the company.
Verizon hasn't been very receptive of Microsoft ever since the huge failure that was the Microsoft Kin, not to mention that even Verizon's WP efforts have proven to be less than profitable. Good news for those that like Windows, Verizon Wireless might be giving the boys at Redmond another chance with Windows Phone 8.
The Apple and Samsung war over Samsung's alleged patent infringement has revealed to us a great many things such as iPhone prototypes, internal company memos and now even information about two possible upcoming Samsung Windows 8 Phones, “Odyssey” and “Marco”.
Microsoft is clearly bringing out the big guns in order to attempt to compete in a meaningful way in the growing mobile sector. While Windows Phone 8 might seem a lot like WP7 at first glance, the new OS really has much more in common with Windows 8 and RT, sharing the same NT and RT cores, and ditching the CE core found in Windows Phone 7 and its predecessor, Windows Mobile.
The mapping wars is apparently heating up as Apple has started to rely on its own internal map system and Microsoft is now transitioning away from Bing Maps to using the new Nokia Maps.
While HTC has plans to release their newly unveiled S4 powered One S (T-Mobile) and One X (AT&T version) within the next two months, Microsoft is reportedly busy testing a Windows Phone 8 smartphone, which is intended for Sprint’s network, with the dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8960 chipset. The new info comes to us courtesy of the folks over at The Verge who were apparently tipped off by “sources familiar with the company's plans”.
Just last week we talked about the new leak of information regarding Windows Phone Apollo, and today we are going to try and answer another big question: How does Apollo stack up against Android (or even iOS)? Are it's new features enough to draw new users in?
While Windows Phone hasn't enjoyed the same level of success as iOS and Android up to this point, it is still a very solid, if not sometimes misunderstood, operating system. Luckily, a new leak regarding WP8 shows that Microsoft is wasting no time in adding many great new features that might further push Windows Phone adoption beyond their highest expectations.
Windows Phone 7 is a pretty big deal for the boys and girls in Redmond, Washington. Windows Mobile hasn't exactly been the most popular of mobile platforms, so WP7 could represent quite the revival for Microsoft. When is that going to happen? For AT&T folks, one of the biggest dates to circle is November 8th.
Despite their shortcomings, I've always been pretty pleased with what HTC had to offer to the smartphone market. As it turns out, I'm not...
Most Microsoft-powered smartphones being released today are powered by some form of Windows Mobile 6, but it seems like the popular mobile operating system...
Here's a twist of fate for you. While the news is getting bombarded with stories of poisoned this and poisoned that coming out of...
The HTC Tornado Smartphone might be just a touch smaller than the 0.8x1.9x4.5-inch AXIA A308 PDA phone, but that didn't stop the Malaysian manufacturer...
An update patch posted on the Toshiba support site will allow Toshiba e800 owners to update to Windows Mobile 2003 SE, but do they...
Mio Technology Corp. has launched the much anticipated Mio 8390 smartphone in Taiwan. Integrating Windows Mobile 2003 software for smartphone and Intel PXA262 application...
MiTAC International Corporation's revolutionary smartphone made a dazzling debut at Grand Hyatt Hotel today. Differing from traditional phones with their near-exclusive focus on voice...
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