Weep, Ubuntu Phone
Microsoft seems to be finally coming up with its next mobile ecosystem
Microsoft needs to recoup on an expensive couple of years in mobility
Shift of tone, or slashed to the bone?
As Microsoft flogs Bing Maps to Uber and Android rumours re-emerge, is the end nigh for Windows Phone?
When a four per cent market share's just not enough
Kirill Tatarinov and Eric Rudder also out as Nadella shapes up Microsoft for Windows 10
Merger will create £29bn European equipment group
Going all in with Microsoft: How Shropshire Council has saved space, money and resources with Lumia, Azure and InTune
On course for a £500,000 IT save by picking a direction and sticking with it
It might have dropped the maker, but Microsoft happily holds on to the model
The smartphone market is looking increasingly unsustainable as icons of the industry - such as Nokia, BlackBerry and Motorola - tumble, and even established giants, such as Samsung, start to struggle
Is Microsoft's refined OS enough to rip out the BYOD staples of iOS and Android?
Does Nokia's latest tablet have a chance when saddled with Windows RT?
Microsoft Build 2014: Nadella adopts "challenger mindset" with free Win 8 for small tablets and mouse-friendly OS updates
And Nokia joins the party with three new device announcements
Passengers may be able to pre-order food for flights online
Company refuses to break out sales figures for mobile phones ahead of sale to Microsoft
Third quarter revenues continue to decline as Nokia's feature phone business plunges more than 35 per cent
Airline hopes to save $13m a year in fuel, cut carbon emissions and improve efficiency with 'electronic flight bags'
'This next year is fundamental for them to change this perception around,' states analyst
Jordan tells Sooraj Shah about the three projects that will transform the firm better known in the UK as O2
When Microsoft announced plans to buy Nokia's devices business it was an almost inevitable culmination of a deal hammered out between Steve Ballmer and Stephen Elop. But for Microsoft the deal is fraught with risk
Insiders suggest that a move by Nokia to Google was only a matter of time, with Windows Phone licence due to run out in 2014
19,000 flight attendants to be geared with Nokia Lumia 820s
Gartner figures show commanding market share leads for Samsung and Android - with Motorola nowhere to be seen
Premium pricing: O2's cheapest tariff will be £26