Nokia is abandoning its Linux-based mobile software that was designed to compete with Google's Android platform, with sources blaming a move to cut costs for the decision.
Finnish mobile firm Nokia has been downgraded by a credit ratings agency as analysts fail to see how its deal with Microsoft for Windows Phone devices is paying off.
Nokia has but cut the price of their Lumia 900 smartphone in half in the US with a two-year contract in a bid to increase anemic sales of their flagship smartphone.
A Nokia head, discussing the Nokia PureView, mentioned that future models would be thinner, and wouldn't necessarily boast the same 41 MP camera.
While the entire world believed that Nokia would unveil their new Lumia 928 on May 14 (as the press invites hinted), the new Windows Phone flagship is official, and so here's the first promo video. Let's take a closer look!
It's been indicated that Nokia's flagship Windows Phone based handset, the Lumia 900 is due to appear on shelves across the UK in a couple weeks with a pre-order listing on Amazon UK showing availability as being from May 14th.
Samsung has become the global leader in the mobile phone market, knocking Nokia out of its prior first place position, which it held for the last 14 years.
Several major telecommunications operators in Europe have slated Nokia's Lumia Windows Phone devices as not good enough to compete with Apple and Android smartphones.
Finnish handset maker Nokia has revealed that it will be introducing another new service in the coming weeks following the launch of its Nokia Music and Nokia Reading services. Get ready for Nokia TV.
The Nokia N9 was the first MeeGo phone to go to market last year. But after that, the Finnish company said that it would focus on Windows Phones. While Nokia had gone quiet for many months with regards to the development of new MeeGo devices, rumors had it that the manufacturer could be launching two low-end
Microsoft and Nokia have agreed to invest up to €18 million in app development for the Windows Phone platform.
It has become apparent via a meeting between carrier H3G and Nokia in Milan, Italy that the Finnish handset maker is planning to provide internet tethering support on its Lumia 800 series devices by means of a software update before the month is out.
Nokia has just rolled out updates for two of the most popular Windows Phone apps on its Lumia smartphones, Maps and Drive. Nokia Drive 2.0 provides the ability to do offline route planning and navigation as well as taking notice of speed limits.
Nokia has confirmed that it is working on a tablet computer of its own, marking the once dominant mobile phone company's first competition with the Apple iPad and myriad of Android tablets.
Aside from the black, fuchsia and cyan flavors that are currently available in the market, Nokia has introduced the white version of the Lumia 800. The white Windows Phone is now available in Singapore.
High end movie cameras always record in higher resolution than stated, but starting today, similar technology is becoming available in the smartphone market: Meet the Nokia 808 PureView.
Nokia will unveil a cheap smartphone running the Windows Phone operating system next week in an attempt target the lower end of the market, according to sources cited by Reuters.
Nokia is to axe an additional 4,000 jobs and move its assembly work to Asia in a bid to cut costs and return to its previous dominance in the mobile arena.
The CEO of Nokia, former Microsoft executive Stephen Elop is continuing with his grand restructuring plan, bringing the next wave of cuts to the manufacturing division in Finland, Hungary and Romania.
Mobile prince-turned-pauper Nokia has reported abyssal financial results, with a €1 billion loss and a whopping drop of 73 percent in earnings per share for the fourth quarter and a fall of 52 percent for the entire year.