Microsoft Earns Revenue From Android Phones

Monday, May 30th, 2011
Although Microsoft and Google may be considered as competitors even in the mobile phone market, it seems that the former may be profiting by virtue of the latter, in a way. Microsoft may be earning profits from sales of Android smartphones. What is even ironic is that Microsoft may be earning 5 times more from Android phone sales than it does with sales of its own Windows Phone 7. Microsoft is particularly earning

Nokia Partners Up With Microsoft

Monday, February 14th, 2011
Nokia may be having trouble maintaining its hold as the market leader in mobile phones, now that Android phones and the Apple iPhone have recently been getting their own shares in the market increasing. ┬áNokia, in a way felt threatened since it hasn’t made any splash lately in the mobile market, with consumer attention slowly going the way of its competitors. In a move to stay relevant in the market, Nokia

Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Handsets Sell 40K

Thursday, November 11th, 2010
Microsoft has recently launched a number of Windows 7 smartphones in a bid to take a share of the rapidly increasing market. Microsoft provided the operating system software for partner smartphone manufacturers and came up with several Windows Phone 7 smartphone versions, with all nine coming from different makers launched simultaneously and with more to come. But did it make that big of an impact that it expected

Windows Phone 7 Challenges Android Mobile

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010
Microsoft has recently announced that it is coming up with not just one, but several mobile phones that run on the new Windows Phone 7 OS. Its CEO says that only one phone won’t rule them all. With people having different preferences, he might just be right. And with that, the Microsoft CEO presented 9 phones from different manufacturers that run on the new Windows Phone 7 OS. Its gives everyone a choice wit