Is the Nokia X2 Going to be Running MeeGo?

Nokia has always done things a little different, always kind of forging its own path. For the past few years, the company has been bound by a contract to do only one thing - make devices running Windows Phone. But since the release of the Nokia X line, the company has proven as long as the device isn't a "smartphone" they can/will release a device running any operating system they want. It seems they may do just that. On the official...

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Nokia’s latest budget handset is worse than last year’s model
Jun18

Nokia’s latest budget handset is worse than last year’s model

Nokia's almost total command of the Windows Phone market has its ups and its downs. The upside of the company's success means Nokia is now a big player in the mobile space again and the now Microsoft-owned brand puts out some stellar devices. The downside is that the only competition for the company on the Windows platforms are its own handsets, some of which aren't much to write home about. The Nokia Lumia range is one of the most...

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Nokia Branding and Nokia Tune Leaving Shortly, According to Leaks

According to the reliable source evLeaks, the Nokia branding will coming off all Lumia devices that will be released in the future. We've known that would eventually happen, but the leaks point to it occurring sooner than many expected. Not only that, but "Connecting People"  and the iconic "Nokia Tune" will be leaving at the same time. There was a bunch of other interesting information to be gleamed from this document. The more...

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Nokia Shows Off It’s Foldable Phone Screens

Just because Nokia got gobbled up by tech giant Microsoft doesn't mean the company hasn't been working on a bunch of cool stuff at the time of the buyout. Last week at a little known expo called the Society for Display Information (Display Week 2014 in San Diego.) Nokia showed off two displays they have been working on two 5.9-inch screens. (with 720 x 1280 pixel resolution) What makes these screens different from the others on the...

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New Lumia McLaren to sport 3D Touch gesture controls
Jun10

New Lumia McLaren to sport 3D Touch gesture controls

Microsoft's first smartphone will deliver new motion sensing technology that could revolutionize the way we use our handsets. Codenamed "McLaren," the new smartphone will be the first ever in house mobile phone from the software giant turned devices and services brand. It will also be Microsoft's first flagship since acquiring Nokia's devices and services division in April, although some lower end offerings could arrive before the...

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Microsoft to stick with Nokia’s Android plans
May24

Microsoft to stick with Nokia’s Android plans

Since news of Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's devices and services division last year broke, the tech community has been trying to figure out what Redmond will do with its new toy. Aside from wanting to see what direction Microsoft takes the Nokia brand, it will be doubly interesting to see what the company will do with Nokia’s recent foray into the Android market. It seems for the time being at least Microsoft is willing to...

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