For heavy smartphone users who have more than 40 apps on their devices, sometimes managing them or even finding them easily can be a challenge. Nokia’s technologies group has come up with its first project since the Microsoft
Being a rare creature, Nokia's Android devices are a magnet for rumors and speculation. Specs of such an upcoming device, currently nicknamed Nokia X2, surfaced in AnTuTu but while it bore rather low specs, the smartphone is
Nokia, or rather Microsoft, might not yet be done with its foray into Android territory. There are now reports that the next Nokia X, or whatever name it will be called by, will come with an important new feature: a button whose
Nokia has just announced a slight variant of its NFC-enabled Treasure Tag. This Treasure Tag Mini still tries to keep track of your stuff, but now only uses Bluetooth 4.0 to do so, Continue Reading...
Take and upload first, ask permission later. That seems to be the tactic that Nokia and Opera, who is running the app store behind the scenes, is adopting in trying to entice Android developers to make their apps available for
The largest of Nokia's first generation of Android smartphones has just been unleashed. The big but budget-friendly Nokia XL can now be purchased in markets across Asia-Pacific, India, Middle East, and Africa. Continue Reading...
In an “ask me anything” session today, former Nokia chief and current Microsoft head of devices and services Stephen Elop answered questions on a variety of topics. One of those was Nokia’s decision to make devices for the
It seems like the day of reckoning will soon be upon us, or rather upon Nokia. According to a leaked letter from Nokia to its customers, the Finnish company is expecting that the sale of its Devices & Services business will
Truly it was only a matter of time. Nokia's first, and probably only, foray into Android has just gotten its very first AOSP custom ROM, making the Nokia X possibly one of the most affordable Android devices you can play around
There is marketing and then there is spinning the truth. While Nokia might want us to believe that there are 1 million people in China eagerly waiting for the Nokia X, the truth, as well as the numbers, might actually be a lot