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.
Editor's Pick The latest IDC numbers are out, and Android is by far the undisputed heavyweight champion of the smartphone world. If Android was Mike Tyson, iOS would be Peewee Herman, and everything else is dust on the floor.
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.
With smartphone sales failing to fill Nokia's coffers, the company is exploring other ways to raise some short-term funding.
The hurt just keeps on coming for Nokia.
Phones running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 platform will be here soon, and Nokia will be on the front line with its just-announced Lumia 810 for T-Mobile.
You have to hand it to Microsoft -- the company knows how to persevere.
Bleeding money, Nokia may sell its corporate headquarters in Espoo, Sweden.
Microsoft may soon shake up the Windows Phone market with a Surface phone of its own.
Making a play for the enterprise, Nokia's has inked a deal with Oracle, which will use its map data.
Between the announcement of the iPhone 5 and the day everyone started complaining about Apple’s new Maps app, the biggest complaint about the new device was the lack of wireless charging.
Wireless charging is a feature few people probably even …