In what comes as little surprise to most people who keep an eye on such things, Microsoft has acquired Nokia's hardware division in a deal worth more than $7 billion.» Read Article
Nokia's new Android-powered Nokia X has been rumored for months, and now it's finally here. Can it live up to all the hype?
Nokia has officially released the new Nokia X series: three new smartphones, all powered by Android, not Windows Phone. Can they survive the impending Microsoft acquisition?
Nokia's long-rumored Android phone is coming sooner than ever. Will it survive the Microsoft acquisition?
Nokia's Android phone looks like Windows Phone and Asha had a baby - too bad it'll probably never see the light of day.
Nokia is going after HTC harder than ever; a German court recently rewarded their efforts with an injunction against most of HTC's portfolio.
The recognizable bits of Nokia might now be part of Microsoft, but they're still churning out fun new hardware, like this tiny square of a Bluetooth headset.
This week, Nokia announced the new Lumia 525 as a successor to the extraordinarily popular Lumia 520.
It's official: Nokia has come clean with their newest Windows Phone flagship, the Lumia 1520 - and on paper, it's a winner. Top of the line quad-core CPUs, a 20MP PureView camera, and a 1080p display.
Nokia's long-rumored phablet has possibly been spotted in the wild thanks to a recent image leak.
The Nokia Lumia 925, previously a T-Mobile exclusive, will be arriving on AT&T's networks on September 13, with pre-orders beginning tomorrow.
Though Nokia is expected to unveil its first phablet handset at an event in New York City next month, a full list of specs for the device have already leaked out.
Nokia's first Lumia phablet, a 6-inch device codenamed "Bandit", is expected to be released before the end of the year.
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