If you had a Nokia mobile phone back in the day — and if you were alive then, you probably did — the best thing you could do with it was to play Snake. Those buttons were a joy to push! But even in the crowded sea of smartphone games now, nothing is quite as addictive as Snake was.
Nokia’s push to replace its Symbian-powered smartphone lineup with handsets running Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform appears to be having the desired effect for the company in the UK, with its... Read Post
More proof, if proof were needed, that Android won the smartphone OS wars: Nokia, the former world No.1 smartphone maker and, nowadays, the primary OEM for Microsoft’s third-placed Windows Phone platform has just announced a new fam... Read Post