Nokia's Ovi Store is no more, according to blog post on the company's website.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop spoke with Finnish television station YLE, responding to a range of issues, including yesterday's layoff announcements...
Nokia said today it plans to lay off workers and transfer its Symbian business to a management consulting firm...
Nokia's profits fell less than expected in the first quarter, but its market share dipped below 30 percent as demand for its entry-level handsets weakened.
Nokia said yesterday that its Ovi Store has reached up to 5 million downloads per day even as the future of the Symbian operating system remains in doubt.
HTC has apparently exceeded Nokia, the behemoth OEM of the North, in market capitalization, according to a report released today by Bloomberg.
Nokia isn't laying down its sword in its patent fight with Apple just yet.
The ITC ruled Friday that Apple's products do not violate Nokia's patents on touchscreen, power and camera technologies.
Nokia has kicked off its effort to rebrand the company not with a new phone, but with a new font.
Nokia is targeting those feature phone users who haven't yet made the move to a smartphone with the new Nokia Astound.
The executive hired to turn around mobile phone maker Nokia is getting $6.2 million to make up for the paychecks he lost when he left Microsoft last fall.
BARCELONA—Anyone who expected sparks to fly during today's keynote that featured both Nokia CEO Stephen Elop and Research In Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie was sorely disappointed as the two were perfectly civil with one another.
Nokia has decided to throw in the towel on Symbian and MeeGo and adopt Microsoft's WP7 as the company's main smarpthone platform.
An internal memo supposedly penned by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has leaked at multiple sources on the Web. The leak comes just days ahead of a Feb. 11 strategy and planning event in London...
It appears apps have officially become part of the global human culture, as Nokia has tasked a sociologist with understanding the results of a recent study...
Nokia may be suffering, but it hasn't been knocked off its top seat in the global handset market, according to new reports from IDC and Strategy Analytics.
Nokia on Thursday reported yet another disappointing quarter in what has been a string of losses for the Finnish cell phone manufacturer.
It looks like Nokia is still working on its formula for partnering with carriers in the United States. The Finnish OEM has apparently canceled its X7 smartphone launch...
Nokia plans to end its Ovi Music Unlimited Service, previously known as Comes with Music, according to a statement from the company.
Nokia says it is suing Apple in Britain, Germany and Netherlands over alleged infringements of its patents in iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Nokia says it has completed a deal to sell its wireless modem business to Renesas Electronics Corp. for $200 million.
Nokia yesterday admitted that some users were experiencing a problem with their Nokia N8 smartphones not powering on as they should.
New Nokia smarpthones based on Symbian ^3 seem to be producing at some of their intended results.
Nokia will take over development of the Symbian platform less than two years after it handed over control of the technology to the Symbian Foundation...
Nokia today posted strong third-quarter revenues of $14.4 billion that helped European stocks rally, but it wasn't all good news...