Windows Phone Stocks List

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Windows Phone Stocks Recent News

Date Stock Title
May 16 NOK Nokia Corporation: Repurchase of own shares on 16.05.2022
May 16 MSFT Microsoft to nearly double salary budget, make 'significant additional investment' in compensation: report
May 16 MSFT Zoom Gloom: Microsoft Gains Ground in Corporate Videoconferencing, Analyst Says
May 16 MSFT Zoom dips as Citi lowers PT, cites concerns over 'competitive headwinds' from Teams
May 16 MSFT Tech stocks lead Nasdaq lower, JPMorgan upgrades some China stocks
May 16 NOK Stocks turn negative at open, bitcoin hovers around $29,000, wheat futures surge
May 16 MSFT Top 10 Stock Picks of Eli Cohen’s Crescent Park Management
May 15 MSFT Videogame sales fall 8% in April, though consoles rebound
May 15 MSFT Why Zoom Stock Can Rebound Despite a Recent Slide
May 14 MSFT 3 Top Cloud Stocks to Buy in May
May 14 MSFT There's A Lot To Like About Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Upcoming US$0.62 Dividend
May 14 MSFT Nasdaq Bear Market: 3 Extremely Safe Stocks You'll Regret Not Buying on the Dip
May 13 MSFT Apple, Microsoft, and Google want you to go passwordless. Here’s what that means
May 13 MSFT Markets: ‘People are starting to come back in and get some interest,’ strategist says
May 13 MSFT Here's Why This Analyst Remained Bullish On Microsoft
May 13 NOK Nokia Corporation: Repurchase of own shares on 13.05.2022
May 13 MSFT Microsoft Has Plunged This Year. An Analyst Says It’s Time to Buy.
May 13 MSFT 10 Best Tech Stocks to Buy Now According to Joe Dimenna’s Zweig-DiMenna Partners
May 13 MSFT 5 American Stocks To Buy To Bet On An Economic Rebound: From Amazon To Coca-Cola
May 13 MSFT 7 Tech Stocks Due for a Stunning Short Squeeze

Windows Phone (WP) is a family of discontinued mobile operating systems developed by Microsoft for smartphones as the replacement successor to Windows Mobile and Zune. Windows Phone features a new user interface derived from Metro design language. Unlike Windows Mobile, it is primarily aimed at the consumer market rather than the enterprise market. It was first launched in October 2010 with Windows Phone 7. Windows Phone 8.1 is the latest public release of the operating system, released to manufacturing on April 14, 2014.Windows Phone was succeeded by Windows 10 Mobile in 2015; it emphasizes a larger amount of integration and unification with its PC counterpart—including a new, unified application ecosystem, along with an expansion of its scope to include small-screened tablets.On October 8, 2017, Joe Belfiore announced that work on Windows 10 Mobile was drawing to a close due to lack of market penetration and resultant lack of interest from app developers.In January 2019, Microsoft announced that support for Windows 10 Mobile would end on December 10, 2019, and that Windows 10 Mobile users should migrate to iOS or Android phones.

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