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Microsoft’s 10Q SEC filing reiterates its Phone strategy of focusing on a narrower range of devices

In last few days, there have been lots of reports about Microsoft ending Windows Phone investment and again we hear the chorus of "Windows Phone is dead". But, Windows Phone as we knew it, has been dead since the time Microsoft wrote-off Nokia  D&S acquisition. It is hard for me

Windows 10 Mobile Build 15208 is live now for Fast Ring. Changelog & Known Issues

Microsoft has pushed another Fast Ring build to Mobile insiders. Windows 10 Mobile Build 15208 is now rolling out and brings some changes and improvements. It doesn't bring any new noticeable change yet. It also has some known issues that you can read below. Windows 10 Mobile Build 15208 Changelog: We’ve fixed

Watch this interesting One Windows for All devices concept with redesigned UI (Project Neon)

We have been posting many Windows 10 Mobile concepts in past and some of them were really very cool. Nowadays we hear more about convergence of all forms of Windows to "OneCore" both officially and via rumors. This may be possible via a composable shell and MobileCore (Andromeda). Here is

Insiders with unsupported phones can go back to Anniversary update as Microsoft promises cumulative updates

Anniversary update

Microsoft today shared some more details regarding the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update and how users with unsupported devices in hand can either stay on the latest build and continue receive cumulative updates or return to old supported state i.e. Anniversary Update. There has been a lot of miscommunication with regards to

Windows 10 Mobile RTM Build 15063.251 released to non-insiders, slow & RP rings. Changelog

Microsoft yesterday first released Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update to insiders in Release Preview Ring and today, it announced general roll-out of Mobile Creators Update to non-insiders or general public. Now, non-insiders or general public, Release Preview Ring and Slow Ring insiders received same Build number, Windows 10 Mobile Build 15063.251

Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update now rolling out to non-insiders

Microsoft was supposed to start the roll-out of Windows 10 Mobile Creators update to non-insiders on April 25, but yesterday it was pushed only to insiders in Release Preview ring. This gave rise to fears that Microsoft might have mis-communicated the Creators Update roll-out. But now it seems Windows 10 Mobile

Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update pushed to Release Preview Ring

Microsoft's Windows Insider team has announced release of Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update to Release Preview Ring. This announcement comes on the day when Microsoft has announced official release of Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update to general public or non-insiders. Microsoft is only supporting 13 smartphones officially for Windows 10 Creators

Official Creators Update / Redstone 3 Preview eligible Phones list. So, no Lumia may get Redstone 3 officially.

Microsoft has made it official now that only smartphones on the list below are eligible to get Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update. Consequently only below listed smartphones will be included in Insider Program to get Windows 10 Mobile Redstone 3 preview builds too. If this trend continues then no Lumia smartphone

Images show Adaptive Windows 10 on very small (Mobile) devices

We have repeatedly heard from Microsoft about its plan to move towards Windows OneCore. It is not yet clear what kind of convergence Microsoft wants to achieve with OneCore, as most of the work has been under the hood till now. From the blog post about Build 15204. The biggest difference

Rumor: Samsung Ativ S8 (Galaxy S8 with Windows 10 Mobile) in works targeted at Spring Event launch

According to rumors originating in China, we may see Samsung and Microsoft partnership resulting in a Windows 10 Mobile version of Samsung Galaxy S8. It may be Samsung's way to say thank you to Microsoft for supporting Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus sales. This rumor has originated from well-known site ITHome

Redstone 3 coming Sep 2017. Microsoft commits to major Windows 10 updates in March & September every year

It was always Microsoft's plan to roll-out a major Windows 10 update every six months as a part of "WAAS" or Windows As A Service strategy. But in a show of its growing confidence in WAAS strategy execution, Microsoft has announced Windows 10 major updates in months of March and