With Nokia's handset business now part of Microsoft, the Finnish phone maker is left to focus on its networking, mapping, location, and other technologies.
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This week we had reports of Lollipop rendering devices useless, Office for Android getting Dropbox support, and Nokia released an Android tablet.
Having sold off its hardware business to Microsoft, Nokia's returning to the market with a licensing model.
Nokia launches its Z Launcher on Google Play and says it was the inspiration for the surprise N1 tablet it unveiled today.
Nokia has returned to the hardware market with a 7.9-inch Android tablet. While it will sell the device, it's hoping to license its name, design, and software to OEMs.
With the Microsoft deal now behind it, Nokia is setting out the strategy for its three remaining businesses.
Nokia's mapping unit finds a non-automotive customer in SAP's big data in-memory analytics platform HANA.
Microsoft will unveil its first own-branded Lumia device next Tuesday, and bets are on that it's a low-end phone.
After Nokia's Chennai factory churned out its final orders for Microsoft, employees have accepted a severance package.
Nokia's working on a new technology that could curb the amount of data idle apps use, and so make smartphone batteries last longer.
Big news this week in the world of Android included a significant app release by Nokia, smart playlists from Google Play Music, Gmail for Android catching up with the competition, and the Fire Phone is officially a dud.
A Microsoft-branded Lumia device is coming soon. In the meantime, the company is scrubbing Nokia from social accounts and websites.
4G infrastructure deployment drove stronger profits for Nokia in the third quarter.
Sean Fernback will become the president of Here from next month.
The HERE beta for Android expands beyond Samsung devices, but there is some friction with the distribution plan.