Topic: windows phone

Zeichick’s Take: Riding on the Metro, or the Windows 8 style UI

Microsoft loves Metro, but it’s not so enamored with the name any longer, after it was sued over the use of the term … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Android and iOS advance, BlackBerry retreats, Windows Phone re-launches

(Mostly) good news for users of these devices, but are any of them able to separate from the others? … continue reading

Analyst Watch: The end of mobile and the future of client-side development

Microsoft’s embrace of the tablet has already started the shift to the client-side … continue reading

From the Editors: Windows Phone’s mighty ecosystem

Nobody can match the breadth of tool partners that Microsoft offers through Visual Studio; Java is back, in a big way … continue reading

What Mango serves to developers

Background processes, multi-tasking, Silverlight 4 and more are some of the tools at developers’ disposal … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: The mobile world is taking over the desktop—or is it?

Do we really want mobile features on desktop environments? There’s room to consider this question … continue reading

Windows Phone 7.5 hits the market

Mango gives developers several new features; Microsoft also enters into a licensing deal with Samsung … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: BetaCity: Windows Phone, Android, iOS and the shape of the mobile landscape

Are these three companies locked in a race? Or are they guaranteed a spot in the market for the forseeable future? … continue reading

Ballmer banks on Windows Phone 7; should developers follow suit?

Microsoft is still fighting to a place on the smartphone market, and Windows Phone 7 represents a major effort … continue reading

Windows Phone 7 vs. Windows Mobile

Business application developers will have to wait for Windows Phone 7 to mature if they want to use it … continue reading Protection Status