HP and Nokia join forces to build cloud-based networks for operators

Nokia Networks and Hewlett-Packard are collaborating on a platform that aims to let operators to roll out new services faster by moving to a cloud-based infrastructure.

Nokia debuts its first Windows tablet, two 'phablets,' and three cheap phones

Nokia has added a tablet and two large-screen smartphones to its Lumia family, and is once again counting on its camera technology to attract buyers.

Nokia et Alcatel-Lucent: l'idée d'un rapprochement en discussion?

Nokia mènerait, en interne, des discussions remettant sur la table l’idée d’un rapprochement avec le Franco-Américain Alcatel-Lucent. Voici quelques années que les bruits de couloir circulent autour d’un éventuel rapprochement des deux équipementiers télécoms Nokia et Alcatel-Lucent. S’il est encore trop tôt pour envisager cette issue, la situation et les orientations stratégiques des deux groupes rendent l’hypothèse d’autant plus plausible à moyen terme.

Microsoft to acquire Nokia's device and services division

Microsoft will acquire Nokia's devices and services unit and license the company's mapping services in a deal worth $7.2 billion in a bid to bolster the company's position in the smartphone market.

Nokia to pay $2.2B for Siemens' stake in Nokia Siemens Networks

Nokia is to acquire Siemens' 50 percent stake in joint venture Nokia Siemens Networks, which will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Finnish company after the transaction is completed.

The handset maker is paying €1.7 billion (US$2.2 billion) to acquire the stake in the mobile networks equipment company. The Siemens name will be phased out, and a new name and brand will be announced at the closing of the transaction expected by the third quarter of this year.

Nokia Gears Up for Windows Phone 8 With Lumia 920 and 820

Microsoft and Nokia joined forces for a launch event in New York to announce several new features for Windows Phone 8 along with two all-new devices—the high-end Lumia 920 and a mid- to high-end Lumia 820.

Nokia plans to cut 10,000 staff by end 2013, sells Vertu

Nokia said Thursday that it plans to cut up to 10,000 positions globally by the end of 2013, and is selling luxury phone maker Vertu in a bid to cut costs, even as it plans to boost investments in feature phones, and smartphones based on the Windows Phone operating system.

The company also announced changes in its senior management and plans to acquire imaging specialists as well as all technologies and intellectual property from Scalado in Lund, Sweden.

Nokia reports $1.4B loss despite strong Windows Phone sales

In the fourth quarter, the Finnish handset maker said it lost 1.07 billion euros, or $1.4 billion. During the same period a year ago, the company posted a 745 euro profit.

Nokia intros Asha family of phones for emerging markets





Nokia Asha 200, 300, 303

Nokia debuts Lumia 800, 710, first Windows Phone handsets

Nokia unveiled its first Windows Phone handsets, the Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710.

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