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 was the week to spend time with super large phones and then enjoy putting the Moto X and iPhone 5s in your pocket. Kevin and I chatted about the latest in mobile technology.
Nokia's biggest Windows Phone yet, at six inches, offers some benefits for those not put off by a meatier form factor.
Nokia announced their Windows 8.1 RT tablet at Nokia World and next week you will be able to pick one up under contract from AT&T.
Windows Phone sales growth is outpacing even the fastest growing Android handset makers, but in absolute terms it’s still small
Two years after starting its journey to deliver new mobile OS and a smartphone, Finnish start-up Jolla is set to deliver its first smartphones to customers.
Nokia continues to push smartphone photography to the limits and this new app gives PureView owners the ability to focus on multiple levels from a single image.
People who pre-ordered Jolla's first Sailfish OS smartphone will be able to install apps from Russia's Yandex app store.
The Tizen Association is fleshing out its membership with mapping, software, and more smart device partners.
As people start to look for a smartphone for someone special this holiday season, there are a ton of outstanding choices.
Nokia's Windows Phone 8 have found a home at the Finnish arm of Swiss company ABB.
Apple's iPad mini could face two new similarly-sized competitors in the new year.
Nokia has chalked up a five-year extension on a patent licensing agreement with smartphone king Samsung.
The HTC One is among a number of devices that have infringed a Nokia patent in the UK, according to the High Court.
Before the deal completes, Microsoft and Nokia need to clear a few regulatory hurdles, not least dealing with its own shareholders.
The latest smartphone shipment data is in and smartphone growth continues. Samsung retains a large lead with Apple staying fairly steady.