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1362 days ago 0 comments Categories: Product Tags: nokia, Lumi, 920 lumia 920, telecom, new product
Finnish handset maker reaches out to US; flagship phone incorporates Pure View imaging technology, wireless charging. Nokia on Wednesday unveiled its latest Lumia Windows Phone devices at a New York press conference aimed at raising its U.S. profile, and further distancing itself from Apple and Android. Its flagship handset the Lumia 920, and its mid-range sibling the Lumia 820, are two of the first Windows Phone 8 devices to be publicly announced, following Samsung's unveiling of its At
1605 days ago 5 comments Categories: Product, Company Tags: Nokia
It’s just been revealed that back in November of last year Nokia purchased a Norwegian software company called “Smarterphone”. The details of the transaction aren’t yet available, and there isn’t even a press release on Nokia’s website. The little information we do have comes from Smarterphone’s website. Egil Kvaleberg, CEO of Smarterphone, says: “Globally, there are 4 billion mobile phone users. Despite all the attention given to high end smartphones, the majority of the 4 billion can not
1624 days ago 0 comments Categories: News Tags: Nokia CEO says to keep headquarters in Finland: TV
Stephen Elop, the first non-Finn to run Nokia, on Sunday quashed rumors the cellphone maker could move its headquarters to the United States from Espoo, a suburb of the Finnish capital Helsinki. "As long as I am the CEO the headquarters is in Espoo," Elop told national broadcaster YLE. "That's our home, our sense of belonging." Canadian Elop was enticed in September 2010 from his post as president of Microsoft's Business Division to lead Nokia and halt its decline. The company has since
1628 days ago 0 comments Categories: Product Tags: Nokia Lumia 710 for T-Mobile hands-on (video)
Deja vu? Absolutely. Nokia's chosen to make its first, big Windows Phone splash stateside with the humble Lumia 710 on T-Mobile. Eager Espoo fanboys and girls were likely hoping the company would've opted for a Red, White and Blue polycarbonate debut (see: Lumia 800), but that's not the black and white story being told here. So, put your hands down if you already have a smartphone to call your own -- this one's aimed squarely at mobiledom's stragglers. At $49 on contract, it's a value pro
It looks like Nokia has finally grown weary of the one percent. According to a report from the Financial Times, the Finnish manufacturer is looking to sell off its Vertu line of luxury handsets, as part of the firm's ongoing restructuring process. Citing a source "familiar with the process," the FT went on to explain that Goldman Sachs is overseeing the sale, though it's still in a nascent stage of development. The brand has reportedly attracted the interest of unnamed private equity firms, t
Research firm Canalys released its final smart phone market estimates for the second quarter of 2011, which show that Google’s Android mobile operating system now has nearly half of the worldwide smartphone market–48 percent, to be exact. Of the 56 countries Canalys tracks, Android leads in 35 of them. The latest global market-share estimates for smartphones are out. And as we’ve come to expect from these regular exercises in mobile OS number-crunching, the news is bright for Apple and Goo
1765 days ago 0 comments Categories: News Tags: Apple, Samsung overtake Nokia as top two smartphone makers in Q2
Apple, Samsung overtake Nokia as top two smartphone makers in Q2 By Yun-Hee Kim, Dow Jones Newswires Friday 29 July 2011 Research firm says iPhone maker now commands 18.5% share of global smartphone market. Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. overtook long-time leader Nokia Corp. for the top two spots in the global smartphone market during the second quarter, data released Friday by market research firm Strategy Analytics showed, highlighting the continued struggles of the Finnish
Nokia Siemens Networks confirmed today that a review for assessing private equity interest in the company had been completed. “We believe that the current shareholders are in the best position to further enhance the value of the company,” said Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, chairman of Nokia Siemens Networks. Nokia Siemens Networks has made good progress in its turnaround plan, with first quarter 2011 results marking a third successive quarter of year-on-year reported net sales growth, as well as a f
Irving, Texas, USA – 14 July 2011 T-Mobile’s 4G now twice as fast in more than 150 markets, available to more than 170 million Americans Americans Delivers potential peak speeds of 42 Mbps Nokia Siemens Networks has upgraded portions of T-Mobile USA’s 4G (HSPA+*) network, the country’s most widely deployed 4G network. T-Mobile customers now have access to lightning-fast mobile broadband at potential speeds of up to 42 megabits per second (Mbps) in 152 markets covering 170 million people. Th
Launches industry’s first M2M software suite for GSM GSM subscriptions supporting Machine to Machine (M2M) applications are expected to reach 1 billion by 2015*. This increase in the use of GSM networks to support automated communication between devices and applications will cause signaling capacity, traffic management and Quality of Service (QoS) to become significant operator issues. Nokia Siemens Networks’ M2M software suite for GSM helps prevent the overloading of networks with traffic
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