Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has been appointed as head of Microsoft's Devices and Studio division.
Blaming the "current economic climate", Finnish mobile giant Nokia has announced it is to leave the Japanese market to others - aside from a small range of luxury handsets.
In a response to the current economic climate, Finnish mobile giant Nokia is to lay off around 600 staff and close a manufacturing plant.
The LiMo Foundation has announced eleven new corporate members, bringing the total to over fifty companies helping mould mobile Linux - along with some new handsets.
Ubisoft has continued to expand into eastern territories, buying up another development studio in India.
The European Union has given the go-ahead for airlines to install small mobile cells in their aircraft, allowing customers to make and receive phone calls whilst in the air.
Samsung has revealed it is launching a new software which enables users to run Second Life on a smartphone. Oh, joy.
IDF SPRING 08: Calpella is the platform that will follow on from Intel's upcoming Montevina platform. It's based on Nehalem.
IDF SPRING 08: Anand Chandrasehker said this morning that Intel will deliver Mobile Internet Devices to market within 60 days.
IDF SPRING 08: Dadi Perlmutter showed Intel's next-gen Montevina mobile platform running several 3D games. He said it'll double IGP performance in games.
Yes, that's an X3 - three Radeon HD 3850s on a single PCB with watercooling as standard. We've got plenty of pics inside too!
Nokia accepts that the N-Gage was pretty much a disasterous flop for all concerned. So, instead, they've announced the N-Gage gaming platform. We're confused too.