Nokia says its 5800 XpressMusic device is now available in the United States.
Companies in the news: Nokia, Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia Siemens Networks, Alaska Airlines, Storyz, Motorola, iSkoot, Twitter, Bridgewater Systems, Iridium Satellite.
Nokia said today it will seek up to 1,000 voluntary resignations to further reduce costs amid the global economic downturn.
Companies in the News: T-Mobile USA, Verizon Wireless, iGo, Nokia.
Nokia said it has signed up for a $630 million loan from the European Investment Bank to help finance research and development projects.
Companies in the News: Motorola, MobiTC, Airwide Solutions, Direct2Mobile, Mojiva, Maximizer, Research In Motion.
Sun Microsystems this week announced the availability of the JavaFX Mobile platform
Nuance Communications, a provider of speech solutions, announced the availability of Nuance Voice Control (NVC) 2.0.
The LiMo Foundation today announced commitments from six major operator members to specify and deliver handsets using LiMo Platform implementations in 2009.
The OSC approved an agreement with RIM that requires top executives to pay millions as part of a stock-option backdating settlement.
Companies in the News: Research in Motion, Ovum, Nokia, Connectivity Wireless Solutions.
Nokia said its profit for the fourth quarter of 2008 fell to $746.7 million, a huge drop from $2.7 billion in the third quarter.
Industry speculation is swirling about why Nokia discontinued the WiMAX version of its N810 Internet Tablet.
LAS VEGAS—Nokia has enjoyed a market-leading run on the world stage, but North America has not been its strong suit.
The economy isn’t going to destroy the mobile music industry just yet.
Nokia announced a variety of new cell phones this week, timed for the Consumer Electronics Show.
An easy-to-do SMS attack against numerous versions of Nokia’s S60 operating system is starting to make the rounds on YouTube.
Mobile user interface specialist UIQ declared bankruptcy, according to wire service report this week.
Nokia once again lowered its forecast for mobile device industry volumes for the fourth quarter
Nokia today announced the N97 smartphone, its second challenger to Apple’s iPhone
Nokia may enter the laptop computer market in 2009, UBS analyst Maynard Um wrote in a report today.
Nokia said the slowing global economy will cause its fourth quarter 2008 and full-year 2009 financial outlook to be weaker than previously expected.
All the i’s have been dotted and t’s have been crossed in Nokia’s acquisition of OZ Communications.
Nokia has kicked into high gear for its push into emerging countries with the launch of seven new devices.