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  • Microsoft's job cuts are going to be nasty

    Now it looks like Chief Executive Officer Satya Nade's cuts are going to be much worse. Part of his cuts will be as a result of integrating Nokia Oyj's handset unit. More than a thousand Nokia workers are expected to be given their P45s and pink slips.
  • Microsoft's first Nokia phone is an Android

    While many expected Microsoft to use Nokia as the flagship for its Windows Phone OS, it appears that might not be the case.
  • Cyber crims blackmailed Nokia

    Nokia appears to have paid millions of euro to protect an encryption key of the Symbian phones being made public by a hacker.
  • Chinese reveal Microsoft's control of Android

    Now a list of hundreds of patents that Microsoft believes entitle it to royalties over Android phones, and perhaps smartphones in general, has been published on a Chinese language website as part of a Chinese government antitrust review relating to Microsoft's purchase of Nokia.
  • Apple will help people find their cars

    Last year, Google Maps for Android began introducing floor plans of shopping malls, airports, and other large commercial areas. Nokia, has an indoor positioning system, but using actual 3D models, rather than 2D floor plans. Two years ago Broadcom released a new chip (BCM4752)
  • Microsoft promises cheaper Windows phones

    Software king of the world, and now the proud new owner of Nokia, Microsoft is promising that there will be super cheap Windows phones in the shops soon.
  • Microsoft ready to re-Surface

    However, Nadella has his work cut out for him. ValueAct Capital led the shareholder revolt last year and has consistently lobbied against Microsoft's hardware effort, including its costly acquisition of Nokia's handset business.
  • Elop gets $33.4 million for leaving Nokia

    When Nokia CEO Stephen Elop started getting cosy to Microsoft, some shareholders thought that he was simply a stooge of the shy and soon to be retiring CEO Steve "there is a kind of hush" Ballmer.
  • Nokia boss denies he was Ballmer’s plant

    As Nokia started to snuggle up to Microsoft, the dark satanic rumour mill claimed that the Nokia CEO Stephen Elop was a Trojan Horse who had been planted in the phone company to subvert it to the way of the Vole.
  • Microsoft to kill Nokia brand

    It seems that the days of a Nokia phone are past and the brand will become a dead parrot once Microsoft has its claws in it.
  • Microsoft plans to launch Surface Mini later this year

    Apparently, they aren't or now that Microsoft owns Nokia it needs to get some products out of its own.
  • Delays hinder Microsoft Nokia deal

    Nokia has warned that its deal with Microsoft appears to have become bogged down and will be delayed at least until April.
  • Android is the Malware king

    Android is paying the price of its popularity with more than 97 percent of all malware being tailored for the Google operating system.
  • Microsoft rumoured to break Windows price

    Nokia is already attempting to sell low end smartphones, and was showing off Android-powered devices at MWC this year. But the word is that Microsoft is mulling a licensing fee price cut of up to 70 percent compared to what it currently charges to stick its OS on Nokia’s cheaper phones.
  • Nokia gives customer data to the US

    Smartphone maker Nokia allowed its Lumia smartphones to act as listening devices for US spooks.
  • Wikipedia might become illegal in Finland

    The law in the former home of Nokia is that organisations seeking donations must be working in the public interest. Wikipedia has a long history of helping editors with failing egos bolster themselves up by deleting people who are more important than them, but Inspector Knacker might not agree that
  • Microsoft does better than expected

    Overall phone revenues, which include licence fees from Nokia and royalty payments from other handset makers using Google's Android system, jumped 50 percent to just over $1 billion in the quarter.
  • Brits give up on SMS

    The UK has a close relationship with SMS. The first text message was sent from Vodafone's headquarters in Newbury in 1992 by engineer Neil Papworth, and in 1993 the first mobile phone capable of texting was produced by Nokia, with the UK sending a billion texts a month by 2001.

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