Longtime mobile adversaries Microsoft and Nokia last week announced a partnership to integrate Microsoft Office software into upcoming Symbian smartphones, a move the firms hope will loosen Research
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The Nokia-Microsoft tie-up for Office software--announced yesterday--is a clear knock against BlackBerry maker and enterprise stalwart Research In Motion, though it's unclear whether the effort will
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Microsoft and Nokia have announced that they will collaborate on the development of business productivity apps.
Since the early days of the smartphone market in the '90s, Microsoft has been a key player.
Now that Apple has once again passed Google in market value, can the consumer-electronics maker maintain its lead?
You know by now that Google wants to crack the operating system market with Chrome OS.
Five months after officially announcing its Windows Marketplace for Mobile application storefront, Microsoft last week began accepting software submissions for the store. Writing on the Windows
Speculation that Palm will be scooped up by a well-capitalized tech company has intensified since the well-received release of the Palm Pre and the company's new operating system, webOS. While most