Nokia may be working on an Android device as a successor to its low-end Asha efforts, but for new owner Microsoft the project risks consumer confusion and further entrenchment of an Android-first mentality among developers.
By Charles Fox: A possible reason behind Microsoft's (MSFT) acquisition of Nokia (NOK) was to prevent the Finnish company from releasing popular, hardware capable Android devices once their exclusivity deal expired with the software giant in 2014. Show More Summary
Today in Tech News Digest, Apple patents curves, Nokia’s new Android handset is revealed, Dell joins the Chromebook party, Twitter is named the best technology company to work for, Google opens Street View to everyone, Mad Catz releases its Android console, and the Department of Defense releases games designed to find software bugs. Show More Summary
Sources confirm that Nokia's effort to co-opt Android for its low-end smartphone business has endured and could even survive beyond the company's acquisition by Microsoft.
Finnish software and services firm Digia, which last year bought Qt from Nokia, has released version 5.2 of its cross-platform application framework. Among the additions is support for Android and... Keep reading ?
(Reuters) - An Indian court ruling expected on Thursday could determine whether Nokia will be free to transfer a phone-making factory to Microsoft Corp or pay as much as $3.4 billion in disputed taxes.
Back in November, @evleaks posted a photo of a so called "Nokia Normandy" which shows a Lumia-styled touchscreen smartphone. However, most noticeable is the center key which is just an arrow, looking like the back button of an Asha S40 Nokia entry-level smartphone or feature phone - however you want to call it. Show More Summary
There are a couple of Nokia devices that have been recently rumored that have yet to surface, suggesting that come 2014, we could be in for a treat in the form of an avalanche of Nokia handsets. According to the latest leak, a certain...Show More Summary
New lease of life for Nokia's cult classic The only Meego phone Nokia ever released, the now two-year-old N9, has been given a new lease of life today. Owners can now install the new Meego descendent Sailfish alongside the original ...
(Reuters) - An Indian court will issue on Thursday its verdict on Nokia's appeal against the seizure by tax authorities of its local factory after a tax dispute, lawyers for the company and the tax department said on Wednesday.
With a move away from Asha, Nokia's last platform may be put to rest.
Although Microsoft is a much larger company than Nokia with a bigger workforce and more resources, it seems that the one-time Finnish dynamo has managed to completely trump Microsoft when it comes to building a top-notch tablet display. DisplayMate...Show More Summary
What you see above is an image leaked by @evleaks, and it has been touted to be the upcoming Nokia Normandy device. Leaked last month, very little was known about the Nokia Normandy, and the seemingly missing hardware shutter button,...Show More Summary
The Verge — a site which isn’t known for getting giddy over unsubstantiated rumors — has a report up by Tom Warren about a doozy of an unannounced product. It’s a Nokia phone code-named “Normandy,” and the part that’s startling is its operating system: a custom version of Android. Show More Summary
The image you see above is the rumored Nokia Normandy, which Twitter leakster @evleaks revealed at the end of last month. While not much was known about the device at the time, the lack of hardware shutter button, capacitive buttons and LED flash...
A few weeks ago, @evleaks popped out another very real-looking image of a handset nobody had ever seen before. This time it was an odd, red Nokia phone. More »
A few weeks ago, @evleaks popped out another very real-looking image of a handset nobody had ever seen before. This time it was an odd, red Nokia phone. According to the Verge, it's not just any old Lumia Windows Phone: It's Nokia's long-rumored entry to the Android market. Say wah? Read more...
Nokia may have a couple of new Lumia devices in testing, if an Indian logistics website is to be believed, including an 8.3-inch Lumia tablet and a 4.5-inch dual SIM smartphone. The two devices have been seen in shipping manifests on...Show More Summary