Nokia has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Intellisync, a well-known company focused on "push" email software.
More than a week after debuting in Europe, Nokia's first Internet Tablet is still not available in the United States. However, this company is accepting pre-orders for this device.
In an attempt to increase the number of N-Gage games that are sold, Nokia is going to offer more devices that can play them.
Nokia has unveiled the new web browser for its S60 smartphone platform.
Nokia is now shipping its Linux-based 770 Internet Tablet in Europe, and it will be available in the United States next week.
Nokia has decided to re-name Series 60, its very popular platform for smartphones.
DataViz has released a version of its mobile Office suite, Documents To Go, for the Nokia 9300 and 9500 Communicator running Nokia's Series 80.
While the names aren't very interesting and far too similar, this new set of Smartphones from Nokia still manages to stand out, largely because of their design. The Nokia E61 is the most interesting of the bunch, clearly taking aim at the Treo and other integrated-keyboard devices like the Motorola Q. The E60 is a more basic Smartphone, similar to their current 6680 series and the E70 flips open in a Star Trek communicator sort of way to reveal a split QWERTY keyboard. All three are expected to be released in early 2006, though exact dates and pricing are not yet known.
Nokia has signed an agreement that will lead to the Quickoffice Office suite of applications being bundled with Series 60.
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