Apple has pulled all of Nokia’s Withings products from its online store. The move comes after Nokia sued Apple for patent infringement in courts across the globe.
Nokia is coming to mobile phone market again.
Nokia's Alcatel-Lucent Acquisition Prompts Worlwide Job Cuts
Telstra commits to be a complete technology company and hires the services of former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop and former Optus executive Kevin Russell. With the combined expertise of the two people, Telstra is in for a successful global growth.
Facebook’s WhatsApp announced that they will stop supporting older mobile platforms, including BlackBerry, Nokia, as well as older Android and Windows operating systems. The decision would allow the app to further improve its features beyond older smartphones’ capabilities.
5G has become the highly anticipated high speed data transfer to support Internet of Things. On Sunday, Nokia CEO said that some part of the fifth generation network could be available sooner.
Following Verizon, AT&T announced on Friday to conduct field test of 5G network by the end of this year. The fifth generation of mobile network will offer data transfer speed beyond current capacity in 4G network.
Microsoft officially anounced its Arrow launcher for Android. A customization application that enable Android users to modify how their device look and behave. The application is now officially available for download in Android Google Play.
The Finnish telecom network equipment maker Nokia's acquisition plan for French rival Alcatel-Lucent has received the conditional clearance from the Chinese government. The China's Ministry of Commerce has approved it with some conditions on the Euro15.6billion ($17.6bn) deal's antitrust process.
U.S. International Trade Commission terminates the patent infringement case filed by the InterDigital Inc. against Microsoft Corporation. ITC is breaking off the import ban of Microsoft handsets.
Nokia was once a giant when it came to mobile phones. But that giant has fallen amidst the rush of newer and more advanced smartphones and tablets, eventually selling some of its assets to Microsoft.
Nokia bids goodbye to its digital maps business as it sells its HERE maps unit to German carmaker consortium among BMW, Audi, and Mercedes-Benz's owner Daimler, to focus on making mobile-phone network equipment.
Lens Technology is a $7.2B worth glass screen business in China. The company provides glass screens to top labels like Samsung, Windows and Apple and had made a public offer in March. It is owned and founded by Zhou Qunfei, the richest self-made woman in China who used to work as a factory worker.
Finnish telecoms network maker Nokia confirmed late on Monday that it may start designing and licensing mobile phone handsets under its brand name in 2016.
In the near future, iPhones as well as iPods and iPads may be manufactured in India. The main manufacturing partner of Apple Inc, Foxconn Technology is said to be in talks with the Indian government in order to build its manufacturing units in western Indian state of Maharashtra, according to a Reuters report.