Articles about Nokia
Nokia is having a second tilt at tablets with the release of the N1. Will it fare better than its last attempt?
Nokia's N1 tablet, its first device to be released after the sale of its handset business, appears to be off to a strong start in China.
Microsoft has kicked off 2015 with its cheapest-ever feature phone with internet connectivity.
A decade or so ago, Microsoft used to have a stranglehold over operating systems, but today, the ones that dominate are those made by Google and Apple that run your phones and tablets. By reorienting Nokia, can Microsoft recapture its lost glory?
Nokia's Here maps are to power Baidu's mapping services for areas beyond mainland China.
Nokia has opened the doors to a new mobile security hub in the German capital.
Emerging from the sell-off of its consumer business, Nokia Network's new Australia and New Zealand managing director Ray Owen is planning to reconnect with the Australian market.
It's got good hardware, good software - so what does Microsoft need to do to make Lumia a success?
Just ten years ago, Nokia's phones were diverse, innovative, and in some cases downright strange — as the company tried to meet every customer's demands.
This week we had reports of Lollipop rendering devices useless, Office for Android getting Dropbox support, and Nokia released an Android tablet.
Having sold off its hardware business to Microsoft, Nokia's returning to the market with a licensing model.
Nokia launches its Z Launcher on Google Play and says it was the inspiration for the surprise N1 tablet it unveiled today.
Nokia has returned to the hardware market with a 7.9-inch Android tablet. While it will sell the device, it's hoping to license its name, design, and software to OEMs.
With the Microsoft deal now behind it, Nokia is setting out the strategy for its three remaining businesses.
Nokia's mapping unit finds a non-automotive customer in SAP's big data in-memory analytics platform HANA.
Not only is the company itself under new leadership, it is having to adapt to a rapidly changing ecosystem where the PC has given ground to mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Smartphones are often the only camera most people have with them -- and most of these smartphones will give you good results. See for yourself.
The more I use Cortana the more I am convinced it beats Google Now and Siri for getting things done and having some fun.
Microsoft has updated the low-end 630 with LTE connectivity and a larger price tag to match.
We have seen phones targeted at teens, Facebook users, people with small hands, and more over the past few years -- and some failed devices only lasted weeks.
People drop their phones all the time. A recent survey shows that 50 percent of college students break their phones. Here are some low cost options and warranty options to protect your investment.
Is the latest all-rounder from the Nokia stable your next business device of choice?
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.
Smartphones make great gifts for tech-minded dads and students achieving their goals. Here are five handsets to consider for each group -- including one device that makes an ideal choice for either dad or grad.
I had the opportunity to capture photos with the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8), LG G2, Apple iPhone 5s, Nokia Lumia Icon, and Nokia Lumia 1020. They all take great photos, but I did notice some differences.
Windows Phone 8.1 was released as a Developer Preview today and some of the latest and greatest can be seen in these screenshots. You can download and test out this update on your Windows Phone device today.
Nokia now has Windows Phone devices with internal specs matching the leading smartphones. They take it further with their advanced camera, fantastic display, and more and the Lumia Icon is an excellent smartphone to consider.
Nokia Lumia and Nexus smartphones have Qi wireless charging functionality and with the Mugenizer N11 you can simply place your phone on the battery pack and have it charged on the go.
At Mobile World Congress, ZDNet got a quick look at Nokia's new Android device range. How does it measure up to the competition?
Enthusiasts have purchased unlocked smartphones for years, but more mainstream consumers are picking them with falling prices and the allure of no contract service.
Location, location, location. At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Nokia Executive Vice President Anssi Vanjoki outlined his company's vision for the future of mobile computers based on its new map-based user interface. Vanjoki predicts that in the near future, people will no longer ask, "Where are you?" and your cell phone will reveal everything about your surroundings.
While cruising the floor at Interop, ZDNet executive editor David Berlind stopped by the Nokia booth to take a look at the E90 Communicator. Between its numeric keypad (on the outside of its clamshell design), a QWERTY keyboard (on the inside), a great display, and a full complement of software for business professionals, might the E90 be the perfect business accessory?
Look out, iPhone. Nokia's latest handheld Internet access device browses the Web, runs Flash and has GPS. It'll sell for $479 when it comes out in November. The downside: it has no cellular modem built in, so you have to use Wi-Fi or reach the Net via a Bluetooth link to your phone. Webware's Rafe Needleman takes a look.
At Digital Life in New York City, Nokia finally shipped the new version of its popular N95, the "iPhone killer" with double the memory of its predecessor, 3G compatibility on the GSM platform, and support for assisted GPS. Like the old N95, it comes with a 5-megapixel camera and, unlike the iPhone, is unlocked by default. In his interview with Nokia spokesperson Joe Gallo, ZDNet executive editor David Berlind also gets a look at a prototype of Nokia's next N81, which features a bigger display and 8GB of storage.
The Lumia 1020 has a truly impressive 41-megapixel camera and a high-quality 4.5-inch AMOLED screen, but many Windows Phone fans might do better with the 920 and a good dedicated camera.
The Lumia 925 is a slimmer and lighter Windows Phone 8 handset than its 920 predecessor, with a neater and more ergonomic design. It lacks integrated wireless charging but supports LTE and NFC, and has an excellent 4.5in. AMOLED screen.
Nokia brings ease-of-use to 3G with the introduction of the 6280. Boasting a 2-megapixel camera, an MP3 player, video camera, and an updated interface, Nokia paves the way for those cautious of third-generation phones.
The Nokia 6111 is an attractive, small phone that boasts plenty of functionality under the hood. Pity the onboard memory wasn't larger, though.
It might be the baby of Nokia's N Series, but it still sports a 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and a 64MB reduced-size MMC.
A keyless dial and built-in mirror aims to please women looking for a discreet phone to slip into their handbags. The tiny 7380 also contains a 2-megapixel camera for taking surreptious snaps while out on the town.
Watch TV broadcasts on your mobile with Nokia's N92 3G handset. There's also Wi-Fi, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth for connectivity and an external memory card slot for recording your favourite shows. Nokia Australia is yet to announce local availability. Stay tuned to CNET.com.au for more information about Nokia's Nseries.
Those looking for a rugged phone that can take the bumps will do well to flock to the Nokia 5140i.
Nokia's 6230i is an upgraded version of its classic, unpretentious 6230 with a higher quality screen, 1.3-megapixel camera and Bluetooth.
The 3230 continues Nokia's run of style-plus-substance phones, offering a 1.2-megapixel camera, video editing and a positively lush-looking screen.
Nokia's 9300 is no longer a brick, but it's also no longer alone in the smart phone space. It's a good evolution of an existing design that should appeal to existing Communicator users, though.
With the choice of Bluetooth, infrared and USB connectivity, you'll have no trouble transfering photos and videos taken with this Symbian-based smart phone to your PC.
Nokia's 3220 makes its presence known with flashing LEDs and a case that can 'write' messages in the air.
The 'Swiss-army' 5140 sports a compass, torch, thermometer and is shock/water-resistant. Squeeze in a fitness coach and Nokia has a great phone for those with active lifestyles.
Nokia's first megapixel camera phone runs on the Symbian operating system, has a unique design and a pack of features such an Internet browser and a video player.