Edge gets polished up, but bugs still remain
Android now has 88 per cent market share
Blue-screen of death for Microsoft's mobile push as Windows Phone market share falls to 0.6 per cent
Only comfort for Microsoft as Windows Phone slides into irrelevance is that it's still bigger than BlackBerry
IDC forecasts continuing market-meh for Microsoft's flagship mobile operating system
Weep, Ubuntu Phone
Microsoft seen as the best platform for the company's moble workforce
No surprises in store, but much relief all round
An infrastructure to support mobile apps requires software on the back-end and users' devices - as well as a style guide for developers, says Globo's Yad Jaura
Kirill Tatarinov and Eric Rudder also out as Nadella shapes up Microsoft for Windows 10
'Every app is different' says Microsoft
Samsung and Dell mobile devices to ship with Microsoft Office - but where does that leave Windows Phone?
Microsoft has persuaded Samsung and a number of other Android device makers to bundle Office and other apps as standard, but will Windows Phone suffer as a result?
Windows 10 to be free to users of Windows 7 and 8 - but will Microsoft's 'as a service' aspirations put people off?
Augmented reality visor, more on Universal Apps for Windows Phone and 4K Surface Hub display also unveiled by Microsoft
Sandbox holds after gruelling hacking contest
'BlackBerry market share down from 15 per cent to 0.8 per cent in two years,' says City Index Group CIO
But financial spread betting firm still developing for BlackBerry users to ensure every customer is catered for, Mike Lear tells Computing
Microsoft and Dropbox to offer Dropbox integration with Office365 - starting with Apple iOS and Android, not Windows Phone
Deal represents shift at Microsoft to provide more integration with third-party cloud services
Here's why Microsoft's VP of operating systems Joe Belfiore thinks CIOs should buy into Windows Phone
'App gap' is closing, says Windows 10 chief
Computing sits down with the Microsoft vice president of PC, tablet and phone to go in-depth about Windows 10's promise for the enterprise
From ambitious crowdfunder to barely a whispered memory, the Ubuntu Edge didn't lead the pack in the way many had hoped. But just what is the status of the converged, desktop-capable smartphone?
'I'm not prepared to take the whole business to Windows 8; it's too much, too quickly,' says KPMG CIO
Edel McGrath explains how a two-year project has seen the IT department at KPMG gain far more influence over the company
Windows 8 'optional' for staff, but Windows Phone 'not ready' due to security concerns
Head of ICT Julian Bond believes platform was key contributor to company's growth
Nokia X and Nokia XL to be joined by new devices - despite Microsoft takeover
What does the arrival of the Android-based Nokia X family of smartphones mean for the Finnish firm's new owner, Microsoft?