Android will be sharing some of the limelight in Barcelona with a range of mobile device platforms.
Nokia is reportedly going to use next week's MWC smartphone tradeshow to take the wraps off an in-expensive Windows Phone.
The paid version of Nokia's music streaming service, Nokia Music+, is now available in the United States. It debuted in the U.K. a few days ago.
A team from MIT's Microsystems Technology Laboratory has created a chip that quickly and easily fixes common mistakes of smartphone images. Our sister site DigitalCameraReview has all the details.
Jabra today announced its newest Bluetooth headsets, the Jabra Motion series, which were made to make multitasking easier for the employee on the go. More details can be found on TechnologyGuide.
Job postings referring to "Windows Blue" and "Windows Phone Blue" have been spotting, providing scant details about the next major wave of updates to Windows Platforms.
It's obvious that a large majority of smartphones run either Google Android or Apple iOS, but their share of the world market is still growing, to the point where these two utterly dominate.
Just as the smartphone market was looking like a two-horse race, Windows Phone and BlackBerry have gotten second winds and are making the market competitive again.
Rumors of the Nokia Flame have been around for months, and it seems this smartphone is finally about to see the light of day. Despite its cool-sounding name, this will apparently be a low-end Windows Phone.
Sources close to Nokia are claiming that the company's 41 megapixel Pureview sensor, previously found on the 808, will be coming to the U.S. this summer in the form of a Windows Phone called the EOS.
Although Nokia has been working to get the Windows Phone 7.8 upgrade onto as many of its devices as possible, there's one model that won't be getting it: T-Mobile's Nokia Lumia 710.
In a recent interview, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop explained the decision to go with Windows Phone, what it means for Nokia's future plans, and where the company stands now.
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