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
Is Microsoft's refined OS enough to rip out the BYOD staples of iOS and Android?
'We have a child-proof PIN option, but it's turned off by default' says head of the Windows Phone client store program at Microsoft, Zac Woodall
Microsoft Build 2014: Windows 8 Phone security protocol "many, many years old" and full of bugs, admits Phone 8.1 security manager
"And our OEM partners are still our biggest weakness," says Geir Olsen
Microsoft Build 2014: Microsoft announces MDM-friendly Windows Phone 8.1, and new devices from Qualcomm and Prestigio
Per-app management, enterprise profiles and an AI assistant all coming
Samsung migration rates now top Apple's
Forty million fewer licences sold over 15 months than Windows 7 managed in its first 12 months
'Commonality and convergence' remains focus, says platform strategy GM
Microsoft OS is a strong contender for enterprise users says analyst
'It's a bold step into the future' says Ballmer
Apple's share dips as Google device popularity climbs
Nokia's latest device will have a 41MP camera, 2GB of RAM and NFC technology
Could be a Sony-baiting move, but what's the true value for developers?
Microsoft pays $100,000 bounty to entice Windows Phone developers from Android, Apple and BlackBerry
Desperate ploy to get key apps from Android and Apple into the Windows Phone app store
Company has already poached Addison Lee's MD
As Trader Media Group prepares to publish the very last print edition of Auto Trader magazine, CIO Tim Jones tells Sooraj Shah about the next stage in the company's ambitious multi-platform digital strategy
Emerging market feature-phone buyers desert Nokia as they trade up to Android smartphones
UK and Italy register some of the biggest increases in market share for Windows 8 phones
Lumia sales still not big enough to justify Windows Phone licence fee
Canonical unveils Ubuntu for smartphones, with apps that can run on the phone or desktop
Users of obsolete Windows Phone operating system still waiting on long-promised update
But if you run your Surface tablet over in the car it might just be all right
'If the market's there, people will use it' says Aditi dev, as Ballmer admits Surface RT sales 'modest'
Enterprises looking to develop mobile applications for staff, partners or customers face a number of headache-inducing challenges