Even as it expands to support iOS and Android, Nokia isn't abandoning the Windows Phone platform with its HERE mapping technology.
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Nokia's consumer mobility chief for Here has revealed more on where, and when, the mapping app will be coming to new platforms.
There are plenty of GPS navigation options on iOS, but there is one less today as Nokia decided not to continue development for iOS 7.
Windows Phone continues its merry march of picking up users at the expense of mobile operating systems that are neither iOS or Android.
Consumers looking for an inexpensive smartphone should seriously consider Nokia Lumia devices. In addition to the newest Windows Phone OS, you get value-added apps and services.
RIM has released BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 software, which allows businesses to manage a fleet of BlackBerry 10, iOS, or Android devices, in anticipation of the launch of its first BlackBerry 10 handsets at the end of January.
Jason Perlow and Veeam's Rick Vanover discuss the merits of Apple iOS, Google Android, Microsoft Windows Phone and RIM BlackBerry 10.
Nokia and RIM have entered into new licensing agreements for Wi-Fi technology.
Finnish phonemaker is now requesting a U.S. court to enforce an arbitration award requiring RIM to halt sales and manufacturing of products equipped with WLAN capabilities.
Apple iPhone 5 owners have plenty of options for navigating to your Thanksgiving destination this week and both Nokia and Telenav announced updated apps for iOS today.
In one-and-a-half product ownership cycles, Android has crushed the likes of Symbian and RIM almost out of existence, and even Apple's iOS platform is feeling the pressure.
Digia, which has taken over the commercial and open-source sides of Qt from Nokia, says version 5.0 of the graphical UI development toolkit will be out in December, with iOS and Android support coming in late 2013.
Asian vendors dominate the global smartphone market, with Sony and HTC taking third and fourth ranks behind market leaders Samsung, which topped the list again, and Apple.
It's handbags at dawn after Nokia seized the chance to make hay after a rare misstep by Apple, trumpeting its own maps efforts and accusing Cupertino of prioritising form over function.
Both Nokia and Microsoft's Windows Phone platform are having a hard time gaining traction in the face of iOS and Android. Will innovative features like wireless charging be enough to give Nokia a sales boost? Probably not.
Cross-platform framework Qt, bought by Nokia in 2008, will be acquired by Finland-based Digia as it eyes the most popular mobile platforms in worldwide market share.
While both of these companies have assets of potentially strategic value, neither of them are likely to survive as independent entities or even in one piece.
Canada's Research in Motion and Finland's Nokia once owned significant pieces of the global handset market. What are their prospects now?
Apple revealed new Mac hardware and iOS 6 last week so we talked about these announcements on MoTR #272. We also covered the bad Nokia news, HTC EVO 4G LTE, Kobo Vox, and more.
Apple continues to set profit records and Google is activating over 900,000 Android devices daily so why are we having to talk about the possible end of Nokia and RIM?
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