There’s an old joke about teachers that’s really more apt when applied to commenters: Those who can, do; those who can’t, comment.
Recently, the notorious Twitter leaker @evleaks tweeted that the launch date of the Nokia Lumia 1520 has been pushed back to October 22. Shortly after, another image of the Windows Phone 8 handset on Chinese store shelves emerged.
For technology enthusiasts, the mobile industry is a fascinating vertical to observe. Even in my relatively few years covering consumer electronics, I’ve already seen Microsoft go from ruling the smartphone space (briefly, and after an even briefer era of Palm dominance), to the unenviable position of (albeit well-funded) underdog — forced to claw its way
We have very high expectations from Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 8 GDR2 update, but the changelog posted by Microsoft isn’t anything too exciting.
Nokia’s upcoming Windows Phone 8 Amber update will bring Bluetooth 4.0 LE and an improved camera to existing Lumia Smartphones.
Nokia has to move quickly and efficiently if it wants to catch up to competitors and regain lost grounds, but its current line of Lumia handsets just aren’t cutting it in a world dominated by Android and iOS. Phablets, however, are growing in popularity, so could a 6+ inch Nokia Lumia phablet be coming over
In a new tweet, Nokia Spain revealed that the entire Nokia Lumia range will get updated to the new WP8 Amber OS in August.
There’s a lot of different ways to get people to buy your smartphones, one way that not a lot can argue is actually giving customers money for their old phones so they can get your new ones.
Nokia, the once formidable, seemingly unbeatable phone maker has entangled itself up with Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform full-time now. Even then, the Finnish company says last goodbyes to its last shipment of Symbian powered phones, the same OS that brought them greatness and then ultimately lead to the company’s downfall.