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Nokia will use Intel x86 chips to make future mobile products.
Intel is reportedly getting ready to announce a major breakthrough for its Atom CPUs - a deal with Nokia to develop mobile phones based on the chips.
The ailing network giant Nortel is planning to offload its CDMA and LTE wireless technologies to Nokia Siemens Networks to aid its return from Chapter 11.
Nokia is working on handsets which never require mains power, relying instead on harvesting energy from radiowaves.
Nokia and Intel have teamed up to launch the oFono project, which aims to produce an abstraction layer to mobile telephony functionality on Linux operating systems.
Nokia's Ovi Store - created as a response to the phenomenal success of Apple's App Store - will launch with 20,000 items in its catalogue: not all are applications, however.
Nokia has reported a massive 90 percent drop in profits in the first financial quarter of 2009, with the slowing global economy continuing to bite.
Nokia is to drop 1,700 jobs as the global credit crunch makes its bite known, as a response to a massive drop in sales of 19 percent at the end of last year.
Fire extinguishers had to be used to deal with an Apple PowerBook G4 after it caught fire in a London office, resulting in 6ft flames and sparks
A Polish hacker has successfully installed a copy of Windows 3.1 on the Nokia N95 Symbian-based handset - complete with emulated mouse support.
Nokia has announced a partnership with eBay-owned VoIP specialist Skype to preload its software onto selected smartphone handsets.
Motorola has announced the closure of its Windows Mobile development centre in Florida, prompting speculation that it is ditching the platform in favour of Google's Android.
Microsoft disappointed investors yesterday with a below-expectations earnings report - and has embarked on a cost-cutting programme that will see 5,000 jobs eliminated.
Microsoft has launched a 'tagging' application for mobile 'phones, which scans specially encoded 2D barcodes in order to direct users to websites.
Nokia has filed a complaint with the European Commission over licence fees being extracted by GSM patent holder IPCom, which it claims are unfair.
A security researcher has unveiled a simple attack that leaves Symbian S60 smartphone handsets unable to receive SMS or MMS messages until factory reset.
Crafty coders have updated the mobile phone version of Quake 3 for Nokia phones so that games can now be hosted from a handset.
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.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia is working on an indoor analogue to the Global Positioning System dubbed Indoor Positioning.
Opera Software, creator of the popular Opera range of web browsers, has announced membership in the Nokia led Symbian Foundation.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia has purchased Samsung's share of the Symbian mobile platform rights for $410 million as part of a plan to release it under an open-source licence.
May 15 2020 | 11:00
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