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BARCELONA, Spain--Left in the dust by rivals like Apple and Google, Microsoft reinvented its mobile identity Monday with the introduction of Windows Phone 7 Series, announced in front of a capacity
As many had speculated, Microsoft yesterday unveiled its Windows Phone 7 Series platform at the Mobile World Congress, with CEO Steve Ballmer saying the first handsets will follow late in the yea
The GSMA shindig kicks off in Barcelona today, and that means only one thing – someone is going to have to write a preview.
Just a few years ago, Microsoft looked like a real contender in the mobile-phone market.
Google more than doubled the market share of its Android devices in the key early-mover smartphone market of the US in the three months to end-December, according to ComScore.
Microsoft's mobile ambitions are still bright, even though its Windows Mobile platform has lost momentum to other players such as Research In Motion's BlackBerry and Google's Android OS. The company
The GSM Association mounts its annual Mobile World Congress next week in Barcelona, and the developer ecosystem is at the forefront like never before. This year's event heralds the introduction of
Microsoft is adding multi-touch capabilities to its latest mobile phone operating system, but has omitted any games capabilities, msmobiles.com reports.