In a major turn-around, Android smartphones now account for a majority of mobile web traffic in the U.S and Canada. That’s a massive change from May of this very year, when Apple owned 72 percent of smartphone traffic, compared to only 26% for all Android phones.
You have to hand it to Microsoft — the company knows how to persevere.
While the world may be wetting itself over news of the brand spanking new iPhone, Microsoft has just opened signups for its Windows Phone 8 SDK preview.
Forget what you’ve heard, Instagram is not headed to Windows Phone anytime soon.
Nokia’s new flagship Windows Phone 8 devices, the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820, have reportedly leaked to the web.
With the ATIV line, Samsung’s going all out with its Windows Phone 8 support.
Editor’s Pick Following Apple’s mammoth victory over Samsung in court Friday, both companies have issued fairly predictable statements to the media. Microsoft employees, meanwhile, haven’t been afraid to shout from the peanut gallery.
Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform will likely overtake Research in Motion’s BlackBerry market share in the U.S. by the end of this year.
Now that the date is locked in, it’s even clearer that the companies are trying to preempt Apple’s iPhone 5 announcement, which is rumored for Sept. 12.
Microsoft is taking to task developers who are using the word ‘Metro’ in their app titles.
Consumer anticipation for the iPhone 5 is so high that it helped to slow global sales of mobile phones in the second quarter, according to the latest research from Gartner.
Just a few days ago Eric Ligman, Microsoft’s director of partner experience, posted a massive list of free e-books from Microsoft on programming everything Redmondish.
ComScore just released its June 2012 U.S. mobile report, and the results were mostly predictable.