SAN DIEGO—The surprise deal between Qualcomm and Nokia to settle lawsuits over patents and royalties may auger a new era of competitive congeniality in the wireless industry.
Nokia is strengthening its venture capital arm, the company said today, while Google is close to starting a similar entity of its own.
No more summer of discontent for Nokia and Qualcomm, which ended three years of legal woes by signing a patent agreement.
Nokia Corporation reported a 61% drop in Q2 net profit due in large part to restructuring costs and the effects of a global economic slowdown.
Mobile Content Networks (MCN) announced that Nokia’s WidSets service has selected its white-label platform, MobileSearch.net, to power WidSets Search.
Developers writing applications and content for Nokia handsets are getting some online help with a new Forum Nokia Virtual Developer Lab (VDL).
Nokia announced an agreement to settle its dispute with the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia and the City of Bochum.
In more settlement news from Nokia, the handset maker announced an agreement to settle its patent-infringement suits with InterDigital in the U.K.
Nokia today announced a new series of mobile phones dubbed Supernova, designed for teens and “style-conscious men and women,” the company said.
Nokia plans to acquire the remaining 52% of shares in Symbian for about $410 million; Symbian then plans on uniting Symbian’s multiple operating systems.
Nokia plans to buy social networking startup Plazes, which is based in Zurich, Switzerland, and has operations in Berlin.
Nokia unveiled two new business focused handsets: the E66 slider and the E71 with a full qwerty keyboard.
Nokia announced the launch of the Nokia Advertising Alliance, promising to “simplify mobile advertising for brand advertisers.”
Companies in today’s briefs include: Ericsson, Meteor Mobile Communications, CSR, Tanla, Openbit, Qualcomm, Nokia
Nokia announced that the European Commission has unconditionally approved the handset maker’s tender offer for all the shares in Trolltech.
According to a new report from Strategy Analytics, Nokia, Research In Motion (RIM) and Apple are pioneering fresh revenue streams for the mobile handset industry.
Nokia and Italian mobile content provider Buongiorno have announced a revenue-sharing deal.
Nokia said its plan for single chip handsets is still on track.
Nokia and France Telecom's Orange announced a deal to launch integrated mobile content services on 10 Nokia handsets that will be part of Orange’s Signature range.
Nokia plans to add Konami’s mobile titles to its N-Gage mobile gaming platform.
U.S. consumers should expect to see a lot more Nokia handsets on the market.
T-Mobile and Nokia plan to collaborate for new Internet services and personal social communities on mobile devices. Under the terms of the agreement, T-Mobile has agreed to support Nokia’s mobile content portal Ovi, and Nokia will customize its handsets for T-Mobile to support the carrier’s web'n'walk Internet services.
Nokia responded to rumors circulating that it was paying music labels up to $35 for every Comes with Music-enabled handset it sold, saying that some recent articles have “fundamentally misunderstood the concept” behind the handset makers recent content offering.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Hands-On Mobile, Cisco, Nokia, AT&T, VeriSign, Mobile Marketing Association, CTIA, Motorola, Advanced Info Service
Nokia unveiled three new “minimalist design,” mid-range handsets: the Nokia 6600 fold, the Nokia 6600 slide and the Nokia 3600 slide. All three are expected to start shipping in Q3 and will range in price from $273 to $429 before taxes and subsidies.