Android To Be Overtaken By Windows Phone In 2 Years

Android To Be Overtaken By Windows Phone In 2 Years

Well apparently the word is according to a recent forecast, Microsoft’s Windows Phone will overtake the Android platform market share by the year 2013 and by then no doubt pigs will be seen flying in a pink polka-dot sky. According to an article over on Conceivably Tech, Pyramid Research have predicted that Microsoft’s mobile platform […]

Microsoft Skype Acquisition Now Officially Confirmed

Microsoft Skype Acquisition Now Officially Confirmed

You are probably aware that Microsoft has gone all out to acquire VoIP service provider Skype although up until now it was simply speculation as to whether Microsoft would pull off the purchase, as we reported earlier (here), however it has now been officially confirmed. According to the guys over on Engadget, Microsoft and Skype […]

Microsoft Buying Skype: New Smartphone Perhaps

Microsoft Buying Skype New Smartphone Perhaps

Rumours are circulating that Microsoft are close to buying out Skype. Who knows we may see a new smartphone with Skype integrated features in the future. Moving on from rumours that Google and Facebook were considering a deal to purchase Skype, we are now hearing the Microsoft are looking to be the likely new owners […]

iPhone Vs. Android Vs. RIM Vs. Microsoft: Developers Choice

iPhone Vs. Android Vs. RIM Vs. Microsoft: Developers Choice

Apparently developers are finding it somewhat difficult to keep up development of apps for the iPhone, Apple iPad, and the Android platform according to a recent survey of 2760 mobile developers which apparently shows that over the last 6 months developer interest in both iOS and Android had remained flat. According to Technology Review, a […]

Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS Update: Live Agents

Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS Update Live Agents

It would appear that later on this year Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 will have a name change in line with their Mango update, which includes new enhancements. Microsoft will be changing the name of next version of Windows Phone to either Windows Phone 7.5 or Mango, this according to the official Windows Phone website that […]

Windows Phone 7 Nokia Ovi Maps Integration

Windows Phone 7 Nokia Ovi Maps Integration

The new partnership between Nokia and Microsoft appears to have gotten even stronger with the integration of Ovi Maps on Windows Phone 7 handsets. As well as bringing Nokia’s expertise in location-based services and mapping to Windows Phone 7, Stephen Elop, Nokia’s CEO has announced on Nokia Conversations (the official Nokia blog) that Nokia has […]

Microsoft Office 365 beta, Pricing: Android, iPhone & Windows Phone

Microsoft Office 365 via Android, iPhone & Windows Phone

Microsoft Office 365 beta is now live and access can be made via the likes of Android, iPhone and Windows Mobile so it made sense for us to let you know a little bit about this new service. First of all we will get the pricing details out of the way, Microsoft Office 365 is […]

Windows Phone 7 Mango Microsoft Update & Features

Windows Phone 7 Mango Microsoft Update & Features

Great news for those with the Windows Phone 7, Microsoft has finally announced that the new ‘Mango’ update will be coming in the fall. This new Windows Phone 7 updated was initially rumoured to be arriving at the end of this year, however, nothing was officially announced regarding this release date. Now Microsoft have finally […]

Next Microsoft Windows Phone Previewed at MIX: Video

Next Microsoft Windows Phone Previewed at MIX: Video

During the MIX developer’s conference, Microsoft showed of the next Windows Phone with a promise of numerous major features such as push notifications, raw sensor data, multitasking, background audio and in excess of 1500 new APIs. And just so you don’t miss out on all the mobile goodness from Microsoft when it comes to Windows […]

Windows Phone: The Market Share by 2015

Windows-Phone-The-Market-Share-by-2015

There is some interesting news coming out, regarding the predicted marked share in 2015. It is indicated that the partnership between Nokia and Windows will push Windows Phone into second place, behind Android, with iPhone being dropped to third and RIM’s BlackBerry in a lonely fourth. The reason for the rise in Windows Phone’s market […]