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Nokia's Elop: I'm getting a divorce, so I'll hold on to that $25 million
Reports from Finnish media this week suggested Nokia chief executive Stephen Elop was asked to reconsider taking $25 million from the company he led for two years. He said it's not only up to him: it's also his soon-to-be ex-wife's money.
Related: Nokia's Elop to get $25 million as part of Microsoft acquisition deal | The case against Stephen Elop as Microsoft CEO | ZDNet Special Report: The Microsoft-Nokia Deal
Microsoft's Surface Mini: Not until early 2014?
Microsoft may not get its first "Surface Mini" ARM-based tablet out the door until early 2014, which is looking like the same time when its Windows-based variants may get a refresh, sources tell ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 may be region locked
Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 is available in Europe, and will coming to the U.S. in early October. But controversy stirred when European buyers noticed a sticker on the box indicating the long-awaited smartphone can only be used with a European SIM card.
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