No matter which way you look at it, Windows Phone Store is a ghost town. If you think Android apps could be a solution to this problem, then think again…
Consumers looking to purchase a high-end Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone only have one option to consider right now - Nokia Lumia 930 - and it's on sale now.
The Windows Phone Store is sadly still a ghost town, and even the apps which do make it to Microsoft’s mobile platform suffer in terms of features.
Last month, at its yearly I/O developer conference, Google introduced Android Wear, a version of the popular open-source operating system designed for wearables...
Want to get a look at what the next incarnation of Android is like? Then follow our instructions to download and install the preview version on your Nexus device.
This week saw Google’s developer conference with a whole heap of stuff unveiled. If it was all too much for you, we’ve got the highlights here.
Less than a month after the last Android update launched, Google is now treating Nexus users to another iteration of KitKat. It made its way to the factory images repository first, but is also slowly
Indian smartphone maker Micromax, which is the second-largest vendor in its home market, is the latest new partner to add to the Windows Phone collection.
Part of the Windows Phone app-gap problem is the lack of support from wearable companies, that either bump into software limitations or prefer to focus most of their attention on Android and iOS.
We take a closer look at this smart app, which brings a host of tools to your Windows Phone handset, including a unit converter, compass, ruler and much more.
When Microsoft introduced Windows Phone 8.1 in early-April, the company revealed that the latest iteration of its tiled smartphone operating system will allow users to change the default lockscreen.
Windows Phone 8.1 is a big step forward for Microsoft’s mobile OS, but if top app developers aren’t willing to make an effort for the platform, it’ll continue to lag behind.
Wireless charging is a convenient alternative to the old-fashioned way of topping up the battery in a mobile device, the latter of which entails a cable connection to a PC or wall charger.
Microsoft's chief designer of Office for iPad has posted a fascinating blog post detailing the process of creating one of the most popular apps of 2014.
Microsoft made it clear that the Surface Pro 3 is a fully fledged hybrid device intended to compete with the 13.3in MacBook Air – but does it really? We take an in-depth look.
You may remember the OnePlus One as one of the most hyped smartphones of the year thus far. Well looks like another is on the way, as the first batch of invites is readied to be sent out.
Microsoft may have announced Windows Phone 8.1 early last month, but the first smartphone running the latest tiled operating system only just went on sale.
LG is working on the successor of its G2 flagship. The South Korean maker has officially announced that the upcoming G3 Android smartphone will be unveiled at a press event later this month.
An IDC survey has found that battery life is the main reason why people buy a certain Android, iOS or Windows Phone smartphone, more so than operating system, screen size or brand.