There may not have been hordes of people camping out at AT&T (T) stores around the country over the weekend for Sunday's debut of the Lumia 900 -- a Nokia (NOK) smartphone. But there's plenty riding on the $100 device, especially for Microsoft (MSFT).
Lumia 900 is the flagship phone of Microsoft's fledgling Windows Phone, the mobile operating system that Microsoft hopes hasn't arrived too late in the game to take on Google's (GOOG) Android and Apple's (AAPL) iOS.
AT&T, Microsoft and Nokia haven't said when the Lumia 900 will hit stores or how much it will cost, but if the flagship Windows Phone is just a device you have to have, you can now pre-order it. Read Post
Microsoft and Nokia have a lot riding on the success of their flagship Lumia 900 Windows Phone, but the usual new gadget honeymoon has been cut short for more than a few unsatisfied customers. Shortly after devices started going hom... Read Post