In a court filing in Delaware, Nokia said it has paid Qualcomm about $1 billion over 15 years for access to the chipmaker's “early” mobile technology patents.
Nokia is still facing pressure from the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia for plans to close its manufacturing plant in Bochum.
Nokia announced it has signed a strategic partnership to supply handsets to Chinese mobile phone wholesaler China Postel. The deal is valued at $2 billion.
Nokia announced plans to make Microsoft Silverlight available for the S60 platform on Symbian OS, as well as for Series 40 devices and Nokia Internet tablets.
Nokia does not infringe on Qualcomm’s 2G GSM patents in Europe, and therefore a sales injunction won’t be granted, a U.K. judge ruled today.
The world’s largest handset maker Nokia has unveiled its 6650 model, exclusively for Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile clients.
As the battle continues between Nokia and Qualcomm, the handset maker scores one on the board.
Nokia and Qualcomm agreed late Friday to consolidate two of their multiple pending patent infringement lawsuits; the two have agreed to combine their arbitration case
At the mobile portion of the this year’s Games Developer Conference, currently going on in San Francsico, Nokia has been talking up its commitment to mobile gaming as a key service in the future of converged mobile world.
Vodafone and Nokia have issued a recall for Nokia 6110 Navigator handsets sold through Vodafone due to problems with the mapping software.
Qualcomm and Nokia are making progress on consolidating their patent lawsuits and counter-suits against each other, with the goal of settling all of the cases in one courtroom in Delaware.
One of the key goals for Nokia’s developer program in 2008 is going to be reaching out to the traditional Web development community, as well as trying to enlarge its base among the Linux community, according to the new head of Forum Nokia.
Nokia unveiled a “concept” handset at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The phone is made entirely from recycled and renewable parts.
Mobile search competition continues as Google and Nokia announced a partnership that will incorporate Google's search engine into Nokia's search application.
Motorola and Nortel Networks are reportedly discussing combining their wireless-infrastructure units to form a joint venture, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Nokia introduced four new multimedia-savvy phones, as well as a Beta version of its Nokia Maps 2.0 application. Handsets include a N95 successor the N96, which includes 16 GB of internal memory.
Following protests over Nokia's plan to close its plant in Bochum, Germany, and move production to Romania, the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia has told Nokia that it must repay the 41.3 million euros
Nokia pushed further into the mobile services space with the launch of its social networking site "Share on Ovi," which went live today.
One of the more curious acquisitions Nokia has made in recent years is the one announced this week to buy Trolltech.
German-based IP-Com has filed a suit against Nokia, alleging the world's largest mobile phone maker infringed on its mobile communications technology patents.
Mauro Montanaro has been named CEO of mobile entertainment provider Jamba. He will begin in his new role Feb. 4.
Nokia announced plans to buy Norwegian mobile application developer Trolltech for $153 million.
Nokia reported an uptick of 44% in net profit for Q4, exceeding analyst expectations. The top handset maker reported net profit of $2.69 billion
According to media reports, Nokia and Facebook are negotiating a possible partnership that would include building mobile access to the social networking site directly into handsets.
FortiGuard Global Security Research has detected a new virus worm for Symbian OS smartphones. The worm, called SymbOS/Beselo.A!worm, has been detected spreading across Symbian S60 enabled devices.