One way of getting a handle on the mobile industry’s trends is to look at how the floor space at Mobile World Congress gets divided up.
Nokia didn’t have any new high-end devices to show at Mobile World Congress today, but it unveiled a slew of new low-end and mid-range devices that could help it reclaim international markets.
T-Mobile has revealed that it will exclusively offer the Windows 8 powered Nokia 521 device on its 4G network in the U.S. T-mobile has yet to announce availability and pricing but the 521 is expected to go on the market in late Spring or early summer.
According to FixYa, Apple smartphones are the best-performing devices on the market: three times more reliable than Samsung smartphones, and a staggering 25 times more reliable than Motorola phones.
Long before the iPhone changed how we think of cellphones, Nokia was dabbling in even more radical cellphone concepts.
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But in spite of its strong showing, it’s not all sweetness and light for Cupertino. Apple’s share is not growing — anymore — so much as Nokia’s is falling.
Huawei, once a blip on the smartphone market radar, has become a major force in the smartphone world. But the U.S. is standing in its way.
With rumors of Verizon’s Lumia “Laser” flagship, Nokia’s 2013 Lumia lineup is starting to take shape.
Global phone shipments hit 1.6 billion units in 2012, according to a new report from Strategy Analytics, with Samsung shipping an massive 396.5 million phones last year.
Those of you holding out for a Nokia Android phone may be waiting for quite some time, as Nokia chief executive Stephen Elop voiced his disapproval of Google’s recent handling of its platform.
For the first time in a long while, Nokia is no longer reporting a massive operating loss in its quarterly earnings.
Both grew spectacularly, with Samsung up 28.9 percent, and Apple up 13.6 percent, while HP and Dell dropped 12.7 and 13.4 percent, respectively.
Nokia’s 41-megapixel PureView 808 was really practice for this: a true PureView Windows Phone.
Hyundai, Pioneer, and other companies are supporting MHL connectors in cars.
Using 3D printers, Nokia wants to give Lumia 820 the greatest gift of all: unhampered customization.
There are a lot of ups and downs coming out of Nokia, which is laying off or transferring 1,120 members of its IT department.
We finally have a price tag attached to RIM’s first patent payout to Nokia: $65 million.
Undeterred by Microsoft’s foray into the hardware arena, Nokia has a trick up its sleeve for its own Windows RT tablet.
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Going broke, Nokia and RIM would rather settle their patent differences than spend millions of dollars fighting over them.
A Nokia engineer who has previously pointed out security holes in Microsoft’s Windows 8 has now posted a detailed step-by-step explanation of how to hack Windows 8 games.
By being targeted at low-end markets, the Lumia 860 may do more for Nokia than any other Lumia before it.
If you can’t sell phones, you must sell something else. For Nokia, that something else turns out to be its home office building in Espoo, Finland.
Burned by sliding PC sales, AMD could sell its Texas campus in an effort to raise money.
It’s a patent battle between two trouble phone manufacturers.
Damian Dinning, the company’s head of camera technology, is leaving the company at the end of the month.
In terms of sheer geekiness, Navteq’s True mapping cars blow away Google’s Street View vehicles.
Finnish phone maker Nokia has released its “Here” maps app for iOS, and while it might be more helpful than Apple Maps in some regards, we’re still holding out hope that Google Maps will arrive soon.
“Hi, I’m Ben, and today I’m showing people why Windows Phone is a better match for them than iPhone and Android.”
In the smartphone world, only two companies seem to matter: Apple and Samsung.
With Apple still making improvements to its iOS 6 Maps, Nokia could have a chance to capture some of the apps disgruntled users.
I want to love you, Windows Phone 8, but there’s something coming between us. I’ll give you a hint: It starts with A, and ends with T&T.
AT&T has finally announced pricing and availability for the flagship Windows Phone 8 devices, and compared to other smartphones, they look like a freaking steal.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer is daring to dream when it comes to beleaguered Windows Phone sales.
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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced today that the first smartphones running the new Windows Phone 8 OS will begin hitting retailers and online this weekend.
Will Verizon help get Lumia phones into the hands of more people? Nokia sure hopes so.
Nokia’s smartphone struggles don’t show any sign of letting up, according to the latest numbers from IDC.
Surface is just the beginning of Microsoft’s hardware efforts, CEO Steve Ballmer confirmed today.