CNET's Ina Fried tries out Microsoft's phone for the uber-social and found it was fun, but more than a little quirky.
Microsoft's Kin can safely be called a tech dud, but now it's back. What's changed this time around? And has this happened with other gadgets?
The Kin Two offers some upgraded features over the Kin One, but you can get more for less with a number of Verizon's other smartphones.
CNET has answers to your questions about Microsoft and Verizon's just-introduced ubersocial phones.
As CNET predicted, Microsoft is ready to go with two Verizon phones aimed at always-connected "lifecasters." Here's a look at what we learned Monday.
The Kin One offers young people a different and fun social networking experience, but its lack of certain basic features and required monthly data plan will limit its appeal.
Microsoft says it is figuring out the next steps for OneApp, a project designed to allow applications to run on a variety of feature phones.
The software giant is pushing aggressively to build devices and creating new Web services. Expect plenty more where that came from in the coming year.
Twitter and the tax man find bold, new ways to make money off the Net. Also: Microsoft unveils the socially oriented Kin phone.
In an interview, Microsoft's top marketing strategist unveils Redmond's campaign, which will focus on a phone that lets you get back to your life rather than taking it over.