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Nokia Rising: Cost Cuts and Synergies Underestimated, Says Goldman Sachs

Shares of Nokia (NOK) are up 12 cents, or 2%, at $5.66, after Goldman Sachs’s Alexander Duval raised his rating on the shares to Buy from Neutral, with a $6.30 price target, writing that the company is “about to enter its most intensive cost-cutting phase and management has historically shown itself adept at delivering efficiencies,” […]

Snake's alive! The expanding cult of Slither.io

With apologies to Kojima, the original Snake was pretty solid. A killer app before smartphones were even a thing, the game transformed blocky Nokia handsets into persuasive handheld gaming devices. Now there's a free globalised upgrade...Show More Summary

Here’s Why Nokia Is Increasing Focus On The Healthcare Segment

Within a month of completing the acquisition of Withings, a digital products company based in France, Nokia recently announced a collaboration with HUS/Helsinki University Hospital and the University of Helsinki Faculty of Medicine both to create innovative solutions for outpatient care, and to foster mutual research and development. Show More Summary

Nokia Blazes Path into New Territories

Nokia Technologies is set to collaborate with HUS/Helsinki University Hospital and University of Helsinki, Faculty … The post Nokia Blazes Path into New Territories appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.

Microsoft updates Windows Maps as Here set to expire

Microsoft's mobile ecosystem is in rough shape, so it didn't help when Nokia sold its Here mapping software to a German auto consortium. That group promptly pulled Windows support, leaving users with few navigation options. However,Show More Summary

Mobile Gaming has Come a Long Way since Snake

Nokia's Snake, was released together with the Finnish manufacturer's iconic 6110 in 1997, we have come a long way since then.

Animation shows how the Nokia Moonraker smart watch was meant to work (video)

While the Microsoft Band is the main wearable accessory for Windows Phone users, there was once meant to be another device by Nokia, codenamed Moonraker. The device was ultimately cancelled before coming to market witht the sale of Nokia’s handset division to Microsoft, and now lives on in the realm of what could have been. […]

How does a thermostat so much smarter than Nest cost $50 less?

The Nest Smart Thermostat might have started it all, but first rarely means best. Just as BlackBerry and Nokia popularized smartphones and then got crushed under the weight of Android and the iPhone, Nest is now being pushed aside by a brand new generation of smarter smart thermostats. Show More Summary

Why Microsoft's LinkedIn deal will be different than Nokia, aQuantive

SEATTLE—Beyond bolstering the company’s efforts to compete with Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) and Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), Microsoft’s (Nasdaq: MSFT) bid to buy LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) won’t bring immediate change to the Puget Sound region. But,...Show More Summary

Nokia hopes its new IoT platform will have a big IMPACT

What with everyone agreeing that the Internet of Things […]

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We certainly live in very interesting times, where companies do happen to take a very different approach when it comes to doing things. For instance, who would have thought that Nokia would have dropped out of the mobile phone race after...Show More Summary

Why Is Nokia Acquiring Gainspeed?

Recently Nokia announced that it will be acquiring Gainspeed, a US-based start-up specializing in DAA (Distributed Access Architecture) solutions for the cable industry via its Virtual CCAP (Converged Cable Access Platform) product line. Gainspeed is widely regarded as the industry leader in DAA, which the cable industry has adopted as its next generation solution to […]

Nokia in $1.5 billion cloud network deal with China Mobile

HELSINKI (AP) — Nokia says it has signed a 1.36 billion-euro ($1.5 billion) framework deal with China Mobile to provide the operator with infrastructure and equipment for operating a cloud network. The Finnish telecoms company said Monday the one-year deal with its key Chinese client entails “seamless connectivity that will more efficiently meet the ever-growing […]

Microsoft explains why LinkedIn will be the opposite of the Nokia disaster (MSFT)

Microsoft may be excited about its $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn, but it has a spotty history with gigantic acquisitions. In 2012, Microsoft took a massive $6.2 billion writedown on the $6.3 billion acquisition of aQuantive. In...Show More Summary

The Talk Show: ‘A Nokia Phone and Some Pills’

A special prelude-to-WWDC episode of my podcast, The Talk Show, with special guest Dan Frommer. Topics include Jeff Bezos’s and Elon Musk’s appearances at last week’s Code 2016 conference, Apple’s changes to the App Store (subscriptions...Show More Summary

Android Circuit: New Galaxy Note 6 Image Leaks, Moto Kills Headphone Jack, Apple's Android Affinity

This week’s Android Circuit includes a look at the latest Galaxy Note 6 leaks, the launch of the Galaxy S7 Active, Lenovo's new flagship Moto Z smartphone, Apple's Android ambitions, a prediction on Nokia's Android-powered future, Marshmallow's latest market share, another problem for BlackBerry's Priv sales, and the return of Paranoid Android.

Microsoft shows how pre-touch would have worked on the Nokia McLaren

A new video showing Microsoft Research Pre-Touch technology has been released, showcasing what it's all about and how it would have worked on the cancelled Nokia McLaren. As noted by MSPU, the demonstration was presented during the CHI '16: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems earlier this year in May. ...

See Microsoft’s full Pre-Touch Sensing for Mobile Interactions presentation on the Nokia McLaren (video)

Microsoft Research presented their research on Pre-touch on the Nokia McLaren at the CHI ’16: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in May this year. They have now posted the full 20 minute video showing the user interface in action. Notably the presenter,  Ken Hinckley, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, did not make any suggestion […]

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