Microsoft has announced it's scrapping Skype for Windows Phone 7. Although it says the software will become inoperable on WP7 devices "within the next few weeks," many users are already reporting that the app has stopped working.
Apps that just hit the market are always appealing because they're new and exciting, but some of the old standard apps are getting updates that keep them ahead of the competition. We take a look at the biggest and best app updates to come available this week.
Microsoft is already mowing down the first seedlings of its fledgling mobile ecosystem with Windows Phone 8, which will leave early adopters out in the cold. Is it a necessary evil, or a giant misstep? And where does this leave Microsoft's number one…
Nokia is rumored to be bringing six new devices to Mobile World Congress at the end of the month. One of the most exciting is the Lumia 610, a budget handset that could give Windows Phone the boost it needs.
All the tokens needed to perform the ChevronWP7 unlock for Windows Phone devices have been sold out and although there are discussions on whether to continue the service, as of now it's no longer available.