Nokia’s investments in research and development (R&D) are aimed at developing a network ecosystem operable with the prevailing and future telecom technologies, which can help it stay at par with, or better than, the competition. These investments are also aimed at building up the company’s intellectual property portfolio in the form of patented technologies, that are […]
Join Jonathan Feist and Joe Hindy, the duo talk Duo, Nokia phones, Nexus or Google phones, cloud storage disasters and layout the world's fastest mobile networks. Enjoy AA Podcast # 077.
FEATURE: Rolling back the clock two years, the image of Finland’s Nokia was sufficiently battered that most executives could have been forgiven for steering well clear of it. But not Ramzi Haidamus, who was then enjoying a successful run at Dolby Laboratories. Haidamus was approached by Nokia to take the helm of a tantalizing new initiative: Nokia Technologies. Essentially, […]
There are some that believe Apple invented the smartphone or even the touch screen, but we expect a veteran phone company like Motorola to have somewhat longer memories. Today’s tweet from the company where they complain about Samsung copying their Always On screen has caused quite a hubbub on twitter, with many rightly complaining that […]
Tech companies copy off of each other. That has always happened, and always will happen. Still Motorola is apparently not happy about Samsung (and LG’s) new always-on displays. The company tweeted this out yesterday: In what galaxy is...Show More Summary
After announcing earlier this year that it had formed a company based in Finland called HMD to create Nokia- branded mobile phones and tablets, Nokia is now putting the pieces together to revive its mobile phone business. HMD recently hired Pekka Rantala, a Nokia veteran and most recently the CEO [...]
As Nokia launches its $45,000 VR camera in China, the market for virtual reality there is exploding, and may surpass that of the U.S. As Nokia launches its $45,000 VR camera in China, the market for virtual reality there is exploding, and may surpass that of the U.S. Show More Summary
Nokia is a brand that’s nearly universally loved for its last phones, and we wish the company would make a big comeback and once again release amazing devices. Nokia’s Microsoft partnership really didn’t help the company succeed, but thankfully, we may see an unlikely but possible resurgence soon. Nokia executive Mike Wang stated that there will be at least [...]
Shares of Nokia (NOK) are down 8 cents, or 1%, at $5.71, despite the company announcing what one analyst believes is a significant contract win in China, and a significant boost to optical components. Nokia said in a statement overnight...Show More Summary
According to a high-ranking official for Nokia China, the company will be unveiling two flagship devices in Q4 2016 with releases coming later in 2017.
Nokia executive Mike Wang has confirmed that 3 or 4 Nokia branded Android phones and tablets are planned to be unveiled later this year.
Alcatel is a name that some of us are familiar with, simply because we do happen to make use of their smartphones or handsets in the past. I clearly remember back in the day when Nokia ruled the roost, there was this special Alcatel handset that is powered by a quartet of AA batteries — just like a Nintendo Game Boy. Pretty neat, as this meant that the phone could...
Would you join Nokia in their quest to get back to the throne? Beyond a historic name and flashy marketing, what would they have to do in order to win you over and get you to join their ranks once more?
We also talk about the next wave of iPads and malware striking hotel chains.
Nokia-branded Android devices are another step closer to reality. HMD Global, a new Finnish company that in May signed an exclusive licensing agreement for the Nokia brand, announced on Monday that it’s hired Pekka Rantala as its chief...Show More Summary
Nokia has appointed a 17-year Nokia veteran who also spent a year at Angry Birds maker Rovio to market its Android powered phones to a nostalgic public.
HMD Global has hired a former Nokia executive to help kickstart its phone ambitions. HMD Global is a Finnish company that licensed the Nokia name with the intent of making Nokia-branded smartphones. Today HMD Global picked up Pekka Rantala, former CEO of Rovio, to serve as its Chief Marketing Officer. Show More Summary