Microsoft finally made it clear that "Windows 10 Mobile as we know it" is dead or as one can mildly put it terminally ill and on ventilator(Bug fixes & improvements) support. But not all hope is lost if you are a hard-core Microsoft fan. In fact, one can notice that we
Last few months have been full of gloom and doom for Windows Mobile fans and for also those Microsoft fans, who want Microsoft to do something significant in the field of mobile. While things may not change dramatically in short-run, fans may have something to cheer for in second half
While Microsoft may have already subjected Windows 10 Mobile as we know it to a slow death, it is still betting on Windows Mobile platform, reveals a new job requirement posted on LinkedIn. The job requirement is for a "Senior technical Program Manager" to drive the design and delivery of
With Microsoft clarifying that with Windows 10 as Service we will see a new feature update every six month, it has become easy to guess version number for upcoming Windows 10 major updates. We know that upcoming Fall Creators update aka Redstone 3 will be knows as Windows 10 Version
A recent patent from Microsoft may give an insight into how it is planning to design its future Mobile devices. We have seen many smartphone makers coming with smartphones without bezels or minimum bezels. This design language is fondly known as Bezel-less design.
Microsoft is also working to reduce bezels on
We last reported about hints of Composable Shell with SwiftKey text input appearing in the accidentally leaked Windows 10 Build 16212. Composable Shell is responsible for making Windows 10 adaptable to small mobile displays.
Microsoft announced the acquisition of SwiftKey in year 2016. One of the major purposes stated in this
We heard it from none other than the Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella himself that Microsoft is looking beyond ordinary smartphones available today and that a new Mobile form-factor is under testing. A new patent may give a clue to what Microsoft may be planning to pursue as a new mobile
Every change that Microsoft does in regards to Windows 10 Mobile is so hazy and unpopular that it is pretty easy to assume they will likely kill the platform the very next moment. So, again we hear the chorus of "Windows Phone is dead" or "Windows 10 Mobile is dead"
Microsoft has updated the "Minimum Hardware Requirements" Documentation with changes brought by Windows 10 Version 1703 aka Creators Update. There are not many changes to talk about when it comes to Mobile and Desktop. There is no mention yet of Snapdragon 835 support for either Windows 10 or Windows 10
Microsoft and Qualcomm earlier announced Windows 10 on ARM and that Snapdragon 835 is the first Snapdragon processor to support full Windows 10. While this opened lots of possibilities in terms of Cellular Windows 10 PCs and legacy Win32 apps coming to ARM, we didn't hear much about Windows 10
Surface Pro 5, the successor to Surface Pro 4 has been part of many rumors already. There is very strong possibility that Microsoft will launch it along with Windows 10 Creators update somewhere in March-April. You can read our Surface Pro 5 rumor round up by clicking here.
Now, almost confirming