Nokia’s first Android-powered phones promise to offer a marriage of classic manufacturing (Nokia) and critically-acclaimed …
These are fascinating developments that we industry watchers will follow closely, and ones that should be of interest to consumers everywhere.
Laggy shooting mars an otherwise impressive handset.
All Things D says that it’s in the works, and might ship.
The Verge — a site which isn’t known for getting giddy over unsubstantiated rumors — has a report up by Tom Warren about a doozy of an unannounced product. It’s a Nokia phone code-named “Normandy,” and the part that’s startling …
The Finnish phone maker’s first — and possibly last — tablet is nice. But like all Windows tablets, it’s short on inspiring apps.
The Lumia 1520 and Lumia 2520 are coming later this year.
A bunch of other cool apps will be available, too.
Software giant banks on innovations to help it take on regional dominance of Apple and Samsung
Nokia might have a better shot at changing Microsoft’s culture from the inside, but I’m guessing it won’t be easy
What does it mean for Microsoft? For Google and Apple? And — most important — for consumers?
The software behemoth makes its biggest bet on hardware ever.