Microsoft Corp. has said its new software for smartphones, Windows Phone 7 series, is a "clean break" with the past.
The Internet is buzzing with reports that Microsoft will be launching two phones with Verizon Wireless in the upcoming months.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer intends to keep the regulatory heat on Google as his company strives to lessen its rival's dominance of Internet search.
It's official: Microsoft unviels Windows 7 for mobile.
It's patent infringement allegation time again, and now it's Apple and Microsoft on the hot seat.
If you want to hear directly from Microsoft about the next version of Windows Mobile, you'll likely have to wait until Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona Feb. 15-18.
Apple is in talks with Microsoft about integrating Bing as the default search engine on the iconic device...
Microsoft yesterday unveiled its free Bing voice-enabled search app, powered by its Tellme subsidiary, for Windows phones.
AT&T is making more inroads in the emerging device space, and it’s just the beginning. The carrier this week announced two new 3G Wi Fi netbooks with the new Microsoft Windows 7 operating system – the Samsung Go and the
Microsoft today rolled out some upgrades to it Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
Google's Android platform is stealing (or sharing) some thunder from the iPhone of late, but Microsoft's Windows Mobile isn't going away.
Microsoft on Friday released an update to Bing for the mobile browser at mbing.com, including a new feature for touch phones.
Microsoft's Steve Ballmer at least recognized the iPhone exists in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. Ballmer spoke with the Journal's Nick Wingfield in a Boss Talk interview Thursday.
There may be a happy ending after all for owners of Sidekick phones who thought they might have permanently lost contact numbers and other personal information they had put on the gadget.
Microsoft has announced a new line of Windows Mobile phones amid the launch of its app store, Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
Despite intensifying competition and the loss of some high-profile licensees, the usage of Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system will nearly triple from 2009 to 2013, allowing it to reclaim the No. 2 position in the global market, according to iSuppli.
Microsoft quietly launched OneApp for feature phones yesterday, a mobile applications enabler that runs partially in the cloud.
Nokia moved into the mini-laptop market with a full-function machine just two weeks after announcing a strategic partnership with Microsoft.
Nokia and Microsoft’s proclaimed union yesterday garnered a mixed reception from many around the industry.
Microsoft has finally roped Yahoo into an Internet search partnership
Huawei Technologies could get a firm foothold in the U.S. market if an important contract with Clearwire pulls through.
Huawei has reconsidered its decision to auction off a stake in its mobile devices division, according to the Wall Street Journal.
CHICAGO—Economic woes hover over the WiMAX World 2008 show, but not everyone at the show sees the financial downturn as a negative.
Nevada-based distributor Quality One Wireless, LLC, has signed a U.S. distribution agreement for Huawei terminal products.