An official file management app for Windows Phone users was long overdue, but Files is a convenient perk for anyone who has made the upgrade to Windows Phone 8.1.» Read Article
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has confirmed that all existing versions of Windows, including Windows Phone, will soon merge into one unified OS. Our sister site TabletPCReview has the details.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced the largest round of layoffs in company history this morning, and signaled the end Microsoft's flirtation with Android in the process.
It's an impossibly complicated question, but as smartphone specs continue to converge, we look at the areas in which our mobile gadgets could innovate in the near future.
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Microsoft has officially launched its first Android smartphone, the Nokia X2. Like its predecessor, the Nokia X, the X2 offers modest hardware and a heavily-modified UI for cheap.
Doodle Buddy is a fun little drawing app that can be just as effective for your business as it is for your kids.
Nokia's supersized Lumia 1320 phablet will arrive on AT&T's newest prepaid subsidiary later this week.
Microsoft has promised that its own file manager for Windows Phone 8.1 is coming soon, but the recently released FileEx app may have already rendered it unnecessary.
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Just launched for Windows Phone, Boxcryptor is a nifty security app that encrypts your cloud-bound files before you ship them off to Dropbox, Google Drive, and the like.
Microsoft Office Mobile for iOS and Android is now free, but how useful is it on a small touchscreen? Can users actually work from their smartphones in a pinch?
Samsung is officially returning to Windows Phone with the Samsung Ativ SE, a higher-end WP8 device that strongly resembles the Galaxy S4.
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