Ten Minutes With Windows For Mobile

It was time once again to break out our staff HTC One M8 for windows for another Windows Update. What we didn’t know, was that this time, it would be different. You see windows is growing up and getting much stronger. Gone are the days of sloppy designs and poor quality OS issues. Windows is…

The New Lumia 950 Series: The Phone That Replaces Your PC–Finally!

It finally happened. The Microsoft dream of having one device across all three screens is almost a reality for the average consumer. The new Lumia 950 and 950XL are the first devices to market that feature Microsoft’s new Continuum mode, which allows a user to connect to a screen adapter and run their device just…

Opinion: It’s Too Late To Save Windows Mobile

  Before the iPhone and the Galaxy S. Before 3G and LTE. Before most people carried cellular phones, it was there. It was a time when the pen that came with the device was called a stylus, not some crazy marketing term that makes everyone think it’s more than that. It was the time that…

Does Microsoft Need A Flagship Device?

We have now hit the 8th month since the last major Windows Phone flagship hit in the US and nearly a year since the last of them hit world wide markets. The last flagship to hit the market, the HTC One M8 for Windows. The last world wide release was the Lumia Icon/930. Since then,…

Thanksgiving Sale: Grab A Lumia 635 For $39.99

If you’ve been looking at the Nokia Lumia 635, today may be the day to snag yours. Right now, Amazon.com is running the Lumia 635 for AT&T for an unbelievable $39.99. There’s no fancy pants deal to this, just a flat $40 for a great mid-range Windows Phone. This device is locked to the AT&T…

Meet The HTC One M8 For Windows Phone

In probably one of the worst kept secrets on the planet, HTC announced today the launch of their first dual OS device by adding the Windows Phone platform to the HTC One line. While the hardware is nothing new, the addition of a second OS to arguably the best quality smartphone on the market today,…

Amazon DOTD Drops The Nokia Lumia 520 To Under $40

If you were in the market for an entry level phone in the sub $50 price point, Amazon has a deal for you. Currently the online superstore has the Nokia Lumia 520 for an unbeatable $39.99. To make the value even better, the device qualifies for PRIME shipping, which means it’s just the $40 price…

Grab The T-Mobile Nokia Lumia For $129.99

Last year, Nokia turned the entry level smartphone market on its ear with the introduction of the Lumia 520 series devices. The Lumia 520 quickly became their best selling device of the year and the 521 consistently ranked in Amazon.com’s top five in no contract phone sales. The devices were more than aggressively priced, had…

Nokia Lumia 635 Coming To GoPhone Plans

If you love your AT&T service and were  on the fence about getting a new Windows Phone your life just became much happier. Beginning July 25th, you can snag the new Nokia Lumia 635 for under $100 without that pesky contract. This is fantastic news for people that use services like Red Pocket Mobile, Straight…

Reserve Your Nokia Lumia 1520 And Get A Bonus

If there is one thing more fun that grabbing a device on presale, it would have to be getting one on presale and getting stuff with it. That’s exactly what you can expect from your local Microsoft Store or microsoftstore.com when you preorder your Lumia 1520 from them. The new 6” monster device can be…

The Best Value In Wireless: Nokia Lumia 520

If you got burned by spending too much for a Solavei handset, I found a great deal for you. For just a touch under $100, you can have in your hand a contract free Nokia Lumia 520 smartphone. The device, which ships locked to AT&T, will work with popular services from Red Pocket Mobile as…

Is The Nokia Buyout Bad News For Mobile?

This is where Nokia went wrong, dumping what was once the largest mobile operating system. In fact Symbian ended up controlling 73% of the world smartphone market in 2006. That’s almost as much market share as Android and Apple have combined today. What happened from there was confusion, disarray and a horrid lack of marketing. Apple burst on to the scene in 2007 with the iPhone. Smartphone makers and OS programmers were caught with their pants down and never caught up. With the launch of the iPhone, touch became the new thing. Previous devices that utilized touch technology needed a stylus or a navigation controller to work well. The iPhone and iOS brought forth a true touch system where fingers could do the walking for you. Big icons, scrolling menus and an App Store were all thrust at users in a very short time. People were smitten.