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New data has been revealed by NetApplications for the month of April 2013, so lets take a look at how well Microsoft's Windows Phone platform has fared. When compared to the month of March 2013, Windows Phone has actually dropped by 0.36% in market share.
Microsoft has released a preview version of its Skype app for BlackBerry's newest smartphone, the Q10. Microsoft has developed the Skype user interface to 'make it look great' on the new BlackBerry Q10 display.
Lets see how well Microsoft's Windows Phone platform is doing for the month of March. According to data from Net Applications, Windows Phone has finally beat BlackBerry in market share. Windows Phone is still, on the other hand, behind Google's Android and Apple's iOS in...
Microsoft has made available a new app downloadable for Windows Phone called Blink. What exactly is Blink? Blink allows you to capture a burst of images before your camera shutters and continues to capture the pictures after you have taken the shot, to allow you to pick the...
Look's like Microsoft wants to take on RIM's BlackBerry head-on in the enterprise market by partnering with Samsung to release Windows Phones for enterprise/business users. Microsoft is planning on pitching ideas to Samsung once the company is ready.
RIM is trying their best to dig their BlackBerry mobile platform out of the gutter with new "we need tools, not toys" advertisements, aimed at shooting down Google's Android and Microsoft's Windows Phone mobile platforms. But will these ads work?
Research In Motion (RIM) has rolled out an open beta trial of its new BlackBerry Business Cloud Service that works alongside Microsoft's Office 365. This new service is intended to allow access to email, contacts, and calendar apps utilizing Microsoft's cloud.
During its developer conference today, RIM's co-CEO Mike Lazaridis unveiled a new name for the company's next generation operating system, called BBX. Lazaridis introduced the new operating system in an attempt to woo users back to BlackBerry.
Last week, Research in Motion, the maker of the BlackBerry, suffered a downtime that affected its mobile services globally. Now, RIM is offering BlackBerry users $100 dollars worth of free apps and one month of free tech support, as well as an apology for the downtime.