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What if there really are no more new Windows Mobile devices?

We hate to go all doom and gloom on you, but what if we've reached the end and there really aren't any more Windows Mobile devices coming? Much is made of the so-called "death of Windows phones" throughout the community and the tech media. Show More Summary

[Totally Exciting] Microsoft releases new Windows 10 Mobile build to Insiders

Windows Phone users, Microsoft has a new Insider build of Windows 10 Mobile heading to your device if you’re on the Windows Insider program’s Fast Ring. The company today released build 15226 to the Fast Ring and it most likely doesn’t include anything new. Show More Summary

Should Microsoft have removed the LinkedIn app for phones from the Windows Store?

LinkedIn users on Windows phones were met with some bad news recently: the official LinkedIn app has been pulled from the Windows Store. A few days ago, Microsoft removed the Windows phone LinkedIn app from the Windows Store. If you don't have already have it installed, it's no longer available for download. Show More Summary

WhatsApp will drop support for Windows Phone 8.0 in December

If you're a WhatsApp user still on Windows Phone 8.0, you may want to start thinking about an upgrade....

WhatsApp is giving both Windows Phone 8 users the boot in December

if you’re one of the two users still using Windows Phone 8 and below (not 8.1), and using WhatsApp at that, it may be time to evacuate from the aging smartphone platform or get adapted to a fairly spartan existence. WhatsApp will beShow More Summary

Microsoft Flow now supports approvals on mobile devices and more

One of the popular requests from Microsoft Flow users was the ability to conduct approvals from their phones. Microsoft recently announced the availability of this feature. Flow mobile app (iOS, Android, and Windows Phone) now sendsShow More Summary

“Surface Note” concept brings Microsoft’s foldable phone patent to stunning life

These days we don’t post many Windows Phone concepts very often, given the state of the OS, but today we had to make an exception to bring our readers the stunning work of Ryan Smalley, who brought Microsoft’s visionary patent for a foldable phone/tablet to life. Show More Summary

LinkedIn mobile app receives mildly disappointing update — if you can even get it

The LinkedIn app for Windows phone has received an update, but it's a pretty mixed bag, to say the least....

Kantar April 2017: Windows Phone nearly extinct in Europe as iOS falters in China

For smartphone market share watchers, here are analyst company Kantar’s latest numbers for the smartphone market share for the 3 months ending April 2017. The numbers show a continuing progression of Windows Phone fading out of the smartphone market while iOS and Android share the market share vacated by the OS. Show More Summary

WhatsApp for Windows Phone gets the latest navigation and UI features from WhatsApp beta

WhatsApp has pushed out an update to the mainstream version of their app, bringing a number of features that had been in development in the beta version to regular users. The app has been updated to version and brings with...Show More Summary

Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6 go official in India: Everything you need to know

Here's what you need to know about Nokia's Android phones in India. Nokia's phones have always been well-received in India, and while the brand's Windows Phones sold relatively well, customers have been clamoring for a Nokia-branded phone running Android for several years now. Show More Summary

Microsoft removes outdated LinkedIn app from Windows Store

Earlier this year, Windows users got an email from LinkedIn which indicated the Microsoft-owned social network was cutting down on older app clients and removing its Windows Phone app from the store. In response to the outcry this inevitably...Show More Summary

Windows Phone’s Continuum will soon be able to replace your laptop

When Microsoft introduced Continuum for phones back in 2015, it looked like a technology that would finally revive Windows Phone and Microsoft’s mobile business. Continuum for phones was really exciting when it launched, but it had a lot of flaws and it was fairly basic in most parts. Show More Summary

Opinion: Does anyone really want another Windows 10 Mobile reboot?

An often misattributed quote defines insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. With reports of yet another Windows phone reboot (a rose by any other name…), Microsoft may be approaching the point of insanity when it comes down to its mobile ambitions. Show More Summary

Here’s a sneak peek at Windows Phone’s WordFlow keyboard in Windows 10 PCs

We recently reported that Microsoft is set to bring the WordFlow keyboard from Windows Phone to Windows 10 PCs and tablets. Some files for the new keyboard were spotted in an internal build of Windows 10 that was accidentally released by Microsoft, too. Show More Summary

WIndows 10’s controversial WiFi Sense makes an appearance in Apple’s iOS 11

Microsoft’s Windows 10 previously shipped with a  feature known as WiFi Sense. WiFi Sense — as all Windows Phone fans would know — first debuted on Windows Phone 8.1 as a way to reduce friction between accessing WiFi on your phone. Windows...Show More Summary

WhatsApp Beta for Windows Phone gets Pinned Contact feature

A feature which has been available in the Android version of the WhatsApp app has finally arrived on Windows Phone. Version  2.17.176 of the WhatsApp Beta now lets you pin contacts to the top of your contact list for easy access. Up to 3 contacts can be pinned. Show More Summary

Is another Windows phone reboot really a good thing?

We recently broke the exclusive news that Microsoft is looking to reboot Windows on phones yet again, with CShell and Windows 10. Microsoft's Windows 10 'CShell' adaptable UI in images and video CShell would become a modular framework...Show More Summary

Skype for Windows Phone, RT, and TV to be retired on July 1

In a move that's been coming for some time, Microsoft is gearing up to retire the Skype app for some older platforms on July 1....

Microsoft to retire Skype apps on Windows Phone, Windows RT and TVs after July 1st

Microsoft today sent out a notification to users saying that Skype app will stop working for users on Windows Phone 8, Windows Phone 8.1, Messaging app for Windows 10 Mobile, Windows RT and TVs after July 1st. After this date, users will no longer be able to sign in to these versions of Skype. Show More Summary

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