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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Through Nokia, Microsoft has just set its sights set on emerging markets and it's hoping to use Android to win new converts. Is this history repeating itself?
The last gasp of Nokia's devices unit before it gets sold to Microsoft is a radical departure from its normal Windows Phone smartphone strategy: three devices running Android.
Apple, Amaysim, and iiNet's group of ISPs have picked up every monthly and yearly award on offer in Roy Morgan's Australia customer satisfaction survey.
I have been a Windows Phone fan since mid-2010, but haven't used one as my daily smartphone for months. There are at least five main reasons that I no longer use Windows Phone while Android and iOS have my attention.
Nokia may have a massive $340 million tax bill to pay in India, but it won't stop Microsoft from snapping up its phone unit, the company says.
Nokia's budget phablet arrives, but can it help turn the tide against Android and iOS?
Nokia just announced the Windows Phone I wanted to see when the 1520 was announced. The 5 inch display and high quality construction make the Lumia Icon a smartphone to consider.
Valentine's Day is next Friday and it looks like Nokia and HTC are setting the mood by reaching an agreement and dismissing all patent litigation.
Some handsets will be modified to sidestep a German court ruling, in order to minimize disruption to customers while it appeals against the decision.
Enthusiasts have purchased unlocked smartphones for years, but more mainstream consumers are picking them with falling prices and the allure of no contract service.
2013 was a great year for smartphone vendors with Samsung recording more than twice the market share percentage over second place Apple.
Kevin and I had lots of fun chatting about mobile tech and then talking a bit about growing up with gaming consoles and Macs since the mobile news has been a bit light lately.
Nokia could soon license its technologies, not just patents, to rivals once Microsoft takes the devices business off its hands.
While the company waits for sale of its devices and services business to close, Nokia shows how its three remaining businesses are shaping up.
With the sale of its devices unit nearly closed, Nokia has detailed how its bottom line would have looked if the business had never been a part of the company.