Windows Mobile Device Reviews performed by WM Experts. Including a look at hardware and software found on popular Windows Mobile Cell Phones.
T-Mobile’s exclusive HTC Radar 4G is named so as to attract buyers looking for ultra high-speed mobile Internet - but is this label accurate?
There is no longer any reason to avoid switching to Windows Phone. With the release of Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” the new Microsoft mobile platform is now fully up to speed and ready to compete with Android and iPhone on all levels!
Windows Phone 7 and general mobile phone users beware - this quiz about the world’s quickest mobile platform might sound easy, but how much do you really know?
Nokia went into partnership with Microsoft in 2011 to bring a new range of Windows Phone devices to market that will hopefully offer a more complete user experience. So far only one device “Sea Ray” has been (unofficially) confirmed, but there are rumors of many more handsets due in 2012…
For standard developers a $99 fee is required to list a new app on the Windows Phone Marketplace and to acquire various development tools, but for students and Dreamspark users, this fee is waived!
With Nokia and Microsoft agreeing to work together on Windows Phone 7, we take a look at two of the promised devices, the Nokia W7 and W8.
As mobile phones become more and more of the norm, the question for new users is which type of phone should they get. New cell and smartphones are coming out at a faster rate and users will now ask - Windows 7 phone or Droid X phone? Here, we’ll look at the difference between both and which is 4U.
It’s one of the fastest growing mobile platforms ever, and has recently enjoyed a milestone in its app marketplace. Are you going to join the Windows Phone 7 revolution? Here are 9 reasons why you should…
The first nail in the coffin for Symbian – Nokia and Microsoft have announced a partnership to produce a new line of Windows Phone hardware.
If Xbox LIVE integration is Windows Phone 7’s unique selling point, then where are all the games?