Windows phone articles

Nokia is testing 6-inch 'Bandit' phablet with 1080p display

All signs at this hour suggest Nokia’s rumored 6-inch Lumia phablet is the real deal. Sources familiar with Nokia’s plans have leaked additional information about the device – codenamed Bandit – which is said to include the aforementioned 6-inch, 1080p…

Neowin: A vision of how Windows Phone 8.1 could look

The ‘app problem’ on Windows Phone is becoming less of a problem these days, with more high-profile brands launching on the platform, and Microsoft also adding to the mix with titles such as Fresh Paint and its Bing portfolio. But…

Nokia Lumia 925 Review: Windows Phone at its best, but is it enough?

Enter the Lumia 925, Nokia’s latest flagship Windows Phone and answer to complaints regarding its predecessors' design. It ditches the thick polycarbonate shell, hefty slab of glass and space-consuming LCD display for a mostly aluminum body with an AMOLED screen.

In the process, the new Lumia has shed some weight, dropping to 139 grams and 8.5mm thick, giving it an all new breath of life. But are the changes too late? Is this the Lumia we should have had at the launch of Windows Phone 8?

Ballmer: We built too many Surface RT tablets

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and COO Kevin Turner recently discussed a number of topics during an internal town hall event earlier this week. Among the topics was the decision to write off $900 million related to Surface RT tablets as…

Nokia raises the bar with 41-megapixel Lumia 1020

Nokia’s latest flagship phone is now official as the Lumia 1020 was revealed at a press event in New York earlier today. The device is noteworthy as it is the first Windows Phone to carry the company’s 41-megapixel camera using…

Weekend tech reading: Full-sized Lego X-Wing Fighter, Xbox used games won't have a fee, Intel tablets incoming

This is the world’s largest LEGO model at 11-feet tall, 43-feet long, and with a 44-foot wingspan. It's made of over five-million LEGO bricks (5,335,200 to be exact), weighs 45,979.61 pounds (including bricks and steel infrastructure), and took 32 builders 17,336 hours (about four months) to construct. And yes, it has an R2 unit it in it.