A security vulnerability has been located in Windows Phone, in the PEAP-MS-CHAPv2 wireless authentication scheme. This vulnerability allows attackers to gain access to users encrypted domain credentials, which could potentially give them access to sensitive corporate networks.
Code found in Windows Phone’s GDR2 update suggests Microsoft is prepping up the ability to block unwanted calls and SMS, a feature the company has not officially mentioned thus far.
The latest figures on global smartphone shipments reconfirm Android’s dominance with almost 80 percent share, with iOS and Windows Phone trailing far behind.
A report by South Africa’s largest telecom operator indicates that BlackBerry and iOS may be becoming irrelevant in the country as both platforms showed zero growth in subscribers in a three-month period.
A photo that has surfaced online shows what could be the rumored 6-inch Lumia smartphone, which Nokia is supposedly working on for a launch later this year. Will Nokia finally join the phablet game that every other manufacturer seems to be embracing lately?
Opera’s latest figures on mobile advertising show that iOS and Apple are still kings of the county when it comes to the total ad revenue on mobile phones, with Android coming in at a distant second place.
People say that if Nokia developed and sold an Android device, it would solve all the company’s woes away. But could that, or if Nokia does start making Android devices, will that really happen?
We have very high expectations from Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 8 GDR2 update, but the changelog posted by Microsoft isn’t anything too exciting.
Naming schemes on phones are always best kept simple but according to a leak it seems that Nokia has chosen to go another way in the naming of their upcoming camera phone instead.
In a new tweet, Nokia Spain revealed that the entire Nokia Lumia range will get updated to the new WP8 Amber OS in August.
There’s a lot of different ways to get people to buy your smartphones, one way that not a lot can argue is actually giving customers money for their old phones so they can get your new ones.
In an interview with The Verge, senior Windows Phone product manager Larry Lieberman outlined the state of the Windows Phone ecosystem and shared his thoughts on why BlackBerry does not pose a significant threat to Windows Phone.
As bullish as Huawei is about its prospects in the Android world and the potential to challenge the likes of Samsung or HTC, as modest the company’s first Windows Phone efforts look. But the world needs budget-friendly cute little handhelds too, so maybe the Ascend W2 has a hit potential after all.
Nokia’s upcoming camera phone has been running rampant in the rumor mill lately and it seems like everything is finally coming together. First we got the hardware and now we get a possible name for the device.
In a startling new discovery, WSJ reports that Microsoft and Nokia were in talks for a merger as late as last month. And we all thought that happened back when Windows Phone 7 was first announced.
It has been revealed that the next update of Windows Phone 8 will change the update process. We cannot be sure right now whether the update process will become better or worse.
Since the news broke about the possibility of a Nokia acquisition by Huawei, the Finnish handset maker’s stock prices have begun to dance. However, as open-minded as Huawei might be about the acquisition/merge, there’s still a catch. That is, Windows Phone needs to go.
Microsoft has rolled out improvements to Windows Phone voice recognition, using the work of Geoffrey Hinton, the founder of Google-acquired DNNresearch.
Nokia is apparently holding event just less than a month from now that will apparently feature something that can zoom. It’s probably camera or phone related, or more likely both combined.
Nokia, the once formidable, seemingly unbeatable phone maker has entangled itself up with Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform full-time now. Even then, the Finnish company says last goodbyes to its last shipment of Symbian powered phones, the same OS that brought them greatness and then ultimately lead to the company’s downfall.