In the future, you may wear your smartphone

Sep 4, 2012
As Microsoft and Nokia release their latest competitor in the fierce smartphone market, a glimpse into the future reveals big opportunities for new forms and functions.

Nokia Lumia smartphone is game on for Windows

Sep 4, 2012
Microsoft's newest mobile operating system debuts this week on a new smartphone from Nokia, heating up the competition with Apple's iPhone and Google's Android operating system.

Nokia hangs on, but announces $1.5 billion loss

Jul 19, 2012
Until this year, Nokia was the world's biggest maker of cell phones. Today the company announced a $1.5 billion quarterly loss and slashed the price of its new headline handset, the Lumia 900.

Can Nokia's freebies build brand loyalty?

Jun 15, 2012
Nokia puts giveaways to the test with free smartphones for first-year students at Seton Hall University.

Nokia to lay off nearly 10,000 workers

Jun 14, 2012
Once-dominant Nokia is struggling to shift from cell phones to smartphones. The layoffs come on top of 30,000 job cuts Nokia has announced since 2010.

Nokia's new Windows Phone: A legit contender?

Apr 5, 2012
The Windows Phone platform is about to get a big boost from Nokia. The Finnish company is launching the Lumia 900, a smartphone that runs on Windows. Also, Google wants to put a computer in your glasses.

Nokia announces more layoffs

Feb 8, 2012
Nokia is to Finland what General Motors once was to the U.S. But as the company fades, it opens up room for new, smaller tech companies to matter.

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Mid-day Extra: Where can Nokia go next?

Jan 26, 2012
Nokia reported poor earnings today, losing over $1 billion at the end of 2011 -- but it still hopes to turn things around with its Microsoft partnership.

Amazon, Nokia, Microsoft all thought about buying RIM

Dec 21, 2011
The idea that a given company merely CONSIDERED buying another company isn’t really the type of item that would ordinarily make the memo. Speculative. But the Wall Street Journal and its favorite source PFWTM (People Familiar With The Matter) say…