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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The first Windows Phone 8.1 handset packs most standard smartphone features — except a front-facing camera — into an attractive and affordable package.
Some people are bored with today's standard smartphone form factor, but all tech seems to eventually find a similar form factor over time. While the base form may be similar, differentiation and innovation are still present.
Nokia is beefing up its mobile broadband business with a new security unit.
Microsoft looks set to continue with the Android-based Nokia X line, hoping to bring new users in emerging markets to its cloud products.
Nokia was the only company among 39 leading technology brands able to prove it was paying its manufacturing workers a living wage above the official minimum, according to a new report by Baptist World Aid Australia.
Risto Siilasmaa has opened up about the decision to sell off Nokia's devices and services business to Microsoft saying the company had no place in mobile phones any more.
I've owned both Android phones and one iPhone or another for years, and they bore me. Having looked at friends' Windows Phones, I'm thinking it's time to switch.
Microsoft is getting closer to making Windows Phone 8.1 available publicly. The company will launch the first phone preloaded with WP 8.1, the Lumia 630, this week in Asia.
Nokia has been a leader in smartphone imaging for a long time and their PureView cameras are the best in the industry. A lead engineer announced his departure from Microsoft to help a competitor improve their cameras.
Joining the ranks of Apple, Microsoft, and others, Nokia is the latest tech giant to announce investment in the connected vehicle.
Rajeev Suri helped turnaround Nokia Solutions and Network and is picked to head up a leaner and more focused company sans its handset division. Now, he has to figure out how to battle giants like Huawei and Ericsson
Would you rather be Nokia going forward or Microsoft, which now has to fix a mobile device unit that saw sales plummet in the first quarter? Advantage Nokia.
Nokia has published its interim results, revealing a bumpy road for Windows Phone powered Lumias.
It's looking increasingly likely that Microsoft has no intentions of dumping the Android-based Nokia X phones that Nokia introduced just before its handset business became part of Microsoft.