Windows Phone celebrate 6 months by breaking 15000 app barrier
IDC takes a look into the future, trying to predict the result of the smartphone eco system war by 2015.
Elop confirms Nokia working on first Windows Phone handsets In an interview with Reuters this week Nokia CEO Stephen Elop confirms that work has begun on the new devices running Windows Phone. Elop also demented the rumors of Microsoft being
This week we’re seeing reports of that it’s not only the Windows Phone 7 consumers that are awaiting Microsoft’s big planned update (codename Mango), but hardware vendors as well.
One of the companies that didn’t show off any new devices during their opening presentations at MWC but still was highly interesting to follow was Nokia.
Steve Ballmer said during the announcement of the Nokia – Microsoft cooperation that the engineers from both companies had already been working together for some while, is this the result?
Today the two giants released a statement that they are joining forces in a strategic partnership around the Windows Phone 7 ecosystem.
What changes are CEO Stephen Elop going to bring to the Nokia organization in 2011?
The latest smartphone statistics report form IDC shows some interesting albeit not surprising figures. For the first time ever it seems smartphone sales trumped PC sales!
Android on the rise Gartner just released it’s Q3 report over mobile and smartphone sales. Mobile phone sales are up 35 percent and smartphone sales are up a whooping 95 percent and now totaling 19.3 percent of overall mobile sales.