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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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.
A Nokia Android phone running a Windows Phone interface and Microsoft services might not be as outlandish as it might initially sound.
When the Microsoft deal closes, Nokia will get a new unit called Advanced Technologies. Just what will this unknown quantity be working on?
Kevin was on site in Vegas last week so we spent most of the show covering what was shown at CES 2014. Wearables, Samsung tablets, T-Mobile Uncarrier 4, and more were discussed.
Nokia alleged that HTC devices violated a patent that covered over-the-air updates.
The Lumia 1520 is Nokia's biggest smartphone to date, but is it its best?
Nokia Store for Symbian became a time capsule on 1 January.
HTC faces a possible ban on selling its own devices in Europe's largest market.
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.
The deal is undergoing a second-phase anti-trust probe by China's commerce watchdog, which is taking longer than the usual 30 days, reportedly due to concerns from domestic handset makers over a potential Nokia licensing fee hikes.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talks turkey about Microsoft's reasons for getting into the first-party hardware business, and why he thinks the company must remain a device maker.
A ban on the One Mini has been stayed, allowing HTC to resume shipping several of its devices in the UK.
A court ruling in India may have removed a significant barrier to the €5.4bn sale of Nokia's devices business to Microsoft.