The list of reasons to keep using your Windows Phone is getting shorter.
Users of older versions may have to download Facebook Lite to continue using the service.
A 3.9 percent increase in global sales of smartphones hasn’t helped Nokia. Not one bit.
Microsoft’s latest earnings report paints a pretty bleak picture of Lumia’s future, as sales are way down compared to this time last year.
WhatsApp’s suggesting that users simply get better phones is not that simple.
Windows Phone sold 4.3 million units in the last quarter of 2015, while Blackberry had a paltry 906 000.
Bad news all round for Microsoft, its users and its employees.
Microsoft and Paycorp have partnered to bring their ZipZap mPOS app to smart devices.
Microsoft Hyperlapse is aimed at speeding up action movies into more than the edited highlights.
The company has come full-circle with the naming policy of its mobile phones.
Calling all Azure developers.
Parents can now apply to register their kids for school in 2016 through the new Gauteng Department of Education online system.
Microsoft’s digital assistant will appear on more phones and tablets than ever before later this year.
The company also wants to put LTE into the WIFi spectrum and a brain in your phone.
The first MS-branded Lumia is a well-specced mid-range smartphone with a fantastically low price tag… and it’s available now.
Capetonians, prepare to navigate public transport with greater ease than before thanks to Moovit’s inclusion of the Mother City in its list of supported cities.
Will the next version of Windows Phone be the panacea that brings it to the fore.
Two blues make a read in the latest update to WhatsApp’s feature set.