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Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NOK): A Short-Lived Surprise? and Can Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Help It?

It seems that for a little while the world will be upside down, companies expected to perform well experience a relatively short fall and the under-performers are rehabilitating. CNBC’s Fast Money traders commented their picks: Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)’s down almost 1% to about $46.2, salesforce.com, inc. (NYSE:CRM) plunged about 3% settling close to $57.5 and […]

Microsoft's Commercial Segment Is Worth More Than You Think

By Alex Cho: Whenever I read about an article pertaining to Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), it's usually about the consumer side of the business. And while talking about the Xbox One, Windows 8 and 9, Office, Skype, M&A activity and Nokia sure...Show More Summary

Nokia Will Continue To Grow

By IAEResearch: A lot has been happening for Nokia (NYSE:NOK) recently - after letting go of its handset segment, the company's added focus has allowed it to achieve a greater level of growth in the network business. The order backlog...Show More Summary

Nokia Rising: Oppenheimer Ups to Buy on Margin Improvement, Licensing Prospects

Shares of Nokia (NOK) are higher by 21 cents, or 2.5%, at $8.58, after Oppenheimer & Co.’s Ittai Kidron this morning raised his rating on the stock to Outperform from “Perform,” with a $12 price target, writing that ”We’re positive on the strategic direction Nokia’s pointed, management’s operational track record and capital program/tax assets.” Kidron sees [...]

Nokia Is Big In Japan

By Alcaraz Research: I am still holding on to my Nokia (NYSE:NOK) stock. The article that portrays the Networks division as a declining business is contrary to recent developments. Networks, which generates 90% of the new Nokia's revenue, is greatly benefiting from the rapid rollout of TD-LTE infrastructure in China. Show More Summary

3 Reasons Nokia Investors Need To Think About Their Investment

By Michael Henage: Many years ago when people heard the name Nokia (NYSE: NOK) their first thought was probably a nearly indestructible, candy bar designed handset. Today Nokia is a very different company focused on networks, with a smaller HERE and Technologies business. Show More Summary

How to Get Next-Level Cryptography With a Crappy Old Nokia Phone

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Remember the Nokia N9 ? Probably not—but geek points if you do—because it was a smartphone that was DOA and used by pretty much no one. But even a three-year-old smartphone is pretty sophisticated piece of machinery. Using just an N9 and light, physicists have found a way to generate the random numbers algorithms use to encrypt data. Read more...

People don’t want Microsoft phones, asks Microsoft to use the ‘Lumia’ name instead

Yesterday we heard that Microsoft might be ditching the Nokia brand name on its future smartphone offerings, presumably in favour of the ‘Lumia’ moniker instead. Well leaked photos have put that assumption into doubt, and people aren’t particularly happy about it. Show More Summary

Nokia Lumia 1525 Release Date, Specs: Rumored Phablet Missing in the Lumia IFA 2014 Event in Berlin

With the recent Lumia IFA 2014 trade show in Berlin, Nokia launched their top of the line Lumia devices namely the Nokia Lumia 730 Dual SIM, Nokia Lumia 735 and the Nokia Lumia 830, but there's no Lumia 1525.

Microsoft might ditch the Windows Phone and Nokia brands

There were rumours circulating last week that suggested Microsoft might be ditching the ‘Windows Phone’ moniker in favour or something less confusing for the consumers, which is why people have suggested that all its operating system software will be called ‘Windows’. Show More Summary

Microsoft: Alcatel Brand Can Boost Windows Phone Sales

By Alcaraz Research: The rumor that Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) will drop the Nokia (NYSE:NOK) branding from its Windows phones will not necessarily boost sales of Lumia handset sales. It might even cause a negative effect because Nokia still enjoys global brand name recognition. Show More Summary

Microsoft to drop Nokia, Windows Phone brands: Yet another report

Microsoft may be phasing out usage of both 'Nokia' and 'Windows Phone' in its advertising and marketing materials as soon as this holiday season.

Microsoft to Phase Out Nokia Brand, According to Leaked Document

Microsoft is planning to phase out the use of its Nokia and Windows Phone brands for marketing purposes in favor of Lumia, according to a company document leaked on Wednesday. The internal memo was first acquired by GeeksOnGadgets and confirmed by The Verge. Show More Summary

Microsoft will reportedly end Nokia, Windows Phone branding

We've been wondering how Microsoft would coordinate Nokia and Lumia branding after purchasing the phone maker earlier this year. Well, according to an internal document obtained by GeekOnGadgets, we'll see changes take place soon. For starters, Nokia...

Report Suggests Microsoft Could Phase Out Nokia And Windows Phone Brands

Long live Lumia. A new report suggests Microsoft could drop the Nokia and Windows Phone branding as it pushes the Lumia name. Read Full Story

Microsoft Might 'Kill' Windows Phone (MSFT)

Although Microsoft purchased Nokia's mobile division in April for $7.2 billion, we've still seen devices released under the Finnish smartphone-maker's brand over the past several months. That could all change very soon, however. According...Show More Summary

Should you get an iPhone 6 or Android, BlackBerry, or Windows Phone?

2014 iPhone buyers guide: How to choose between the iPhone and other phones, including Samsung Galaxy, HTC One, Moto X, Nexus, Nokia Lumia, BlackBerry, and more! Apple has released the brand new, top-of-the-line, flagship iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Show More Summary

Report: Microsoft to Kill Off Nokia and Windows Phone Brands This Holiday Season

Microsoft is planning to stop using the Nokia and Windows Phone brands this holiday season in its marketing materials. GeeksOnGadgets has obtained an internal Microsoft document that details the company’s guidelines for its own brands, and The Verge can confirm the material is authentic and accurate. “As part of our phased transition, we will drop... Read More

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