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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After making a decisive move in mobile by buying Nokia's handset business, Microsoft is making one step forward and two steps back.
Today's restructuring at Microsoft included pink slips for 18,000 people and one platform. Microsoft's brief detour into its own line of Android-powered devices is over. That makes the role of Android in the new Microsoft much clearer.
Microsoft isn't discontinuing only the Android-based Nokia X line. It also is phasing out the Nokia Asha and S40 feature phones as part of its further focus on Windows Phone.
Nokia handsets continues to dominate the UAE mobile market and a new study shows that households in Qatar have access to more technology than in most other countries.
Speculation mounts in Finland about heavy cuts for Microsoft's Nokia employees.
The Windows Phone 8.1 operating system and Cyan firmware release are starting to roll out to existing Lumia users as of July 15.
Microsoft is believed to be ready to cut thousands of jobs this week as part of management's attempt to focus on areas where the company can win. Which teams are likely to take the brunt?
What's it like for a lifetime Apple and Android user to begin using a Windows phone? Violet Blue found out.
The Redmond giant is expected to announce a round of job cuts which could be the largest in the company's history.
Kevin is revisiting Windows Phone and Matt is checking out BlackBerry 10 again as the summer progresses.
You no longer have to pay high prices for great phones and with no-contract with a carrier you are in charge of your service obligation.
The workhorse device will be available in several markets in EMEA this month, but there's no launch planned for across the pond.
Nokia has topped off a two-month buying spree with an agreement with Israeli surveillance specialist to develop new 3D monitoring technology for mobile networks.
Would it help or hurt Microsoft more if the company consolidated its mobile branding using the 'Nokia' and 'Lumia' brands instead of using the current 'Surface' branding?