Microsoft Windows Mobile
- January 07, 2020
The much-awaited Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold headlined the vendor's CES 2020 appearance, accompanied by upgrades to two of its flagship laptops -- the ThinkPad X1 Carbon and Yoga.
- December 27, 2016
What do Samsung, BlackBerry, Pokémon GO and the New England Patriots' coach have in common? All were part of mobile news stories that made mainstream headlines in 2016.
- October 05, 2016
Organizations that want to offer employees portability and PC functionality are turning toward 2-in-1 devices. Microsoft Surface devices are at the top of the heap.
- July 14, 2016
HP Inc. and Dell discontinued most of their Android tablets, as the business world turns its attention to Windows 10 devices.
- June 14, 2016
Two-in-one hybrid devices are making inroads in the enterprise where experts say they've evolved enough to replace laptops.
- May 10, 2016
Citrix's new chief executive speaks on a future where Windows isn't the only game in town.
- January 13, 2016
The Microsoft Continuum feature could be a big boost for Windows 10 devices, bringing a better experience for users and fewer help desk tickets for IT.
- December 21, 2015
Microsoft, Apple and BlackBerry made headlines this year with big moves -- and some missteps -- in the mobile market. Find out which news stories were most popular with our readers.
- October 06, 2015
Microsoft's first Windows laptop, the Surface Book, takes on Apple's MacBook Pro and its two new Lumia phones may give Blackberry more trouble.
- September 28, 2015
Apple has unseated BlackBerry at the top of the enterprise mobility market and made Windows an afterthought. Android is making efforts to gain ground.
- September 09, 2015
With a shifting smartphone business and big changes in the latest Windows OS, Microsoft's next moves will define its future as a business.
- July 08, 2015
By laying off thousands and writing off billions in Nokia assets, Satya Nadella sets a new direction for Microsoft's device business.
- January 14, 2013
The ARM-based Surface RT tablet has solicited yawns from consumers so far, but the Intel-based Surface Pro with Windows 8 may appeal to IT.