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Nokia is a Finnish communications company that was the largest phone vendor (per unit) between 1988 to 2012. The company's history go back to 1871 but the Nokia that we know today (the Nokia corporation) was founded in 1967 by the merger of three Finnish companies. It is then that Nokia worked on networking equipment and was ultimately involved in the launch of the first cellular network in 1981 (Mobira Oy). Nokia because a key developer of GSM, the standard that we all know today. Although Nokia still produces a range of phones that includes entry-level handsets and Symbian smartphones, the company is counting on the Windows Phone OS to regain the share that it once had. The current flagship Windows Phone device from Nokia is the Lumia 920.

Nokia Browser 2.0 update rolls out

04/23/2012, Nokia might be leaning more towards the Windows Phone platform for its collection of smartphones, but this does not mean that the Finnish phone manufacturer has neglected the featurephone market, or even its smartphones that run on the Symbian platform....

Nokia N900 ends up as a robot head

04/23/2012, The Nokia N900 might be from a previous era where smartphones from the Finnish phone manufacturer is concerned, but does that mean it no longer has any more miles left in its legs? On the contrary, as you can see from the above that the Nokia N900 has...

Nokia Lumia 900 could arrive on T-Mobile this summer [Rumor]

04/17/2012, The Nokia Lumia 900 is currently an exclusive to AT&T, but earlier rumors this year suggested that AT&T would only be getting the exclusive for 45 days before the handset makes its way onto other carriers. Assuming the T-Mobile store rep that...

Samsung Knocks Nokia off The Top Spot; Top Mobile Seller

04/16/2012, After Nokia’s 14 year long reign at the top of charts showing global market sales, Samsung, with its vast array of low, mid and high-end devices have toppled them. A study that was conducted showed that Nokia which has survived with sales of low-end...

Nokia Lumia 900 Review

04/13/2012, By Introducing the Lumia 900, Nokia is effectively bringing a larger, 4G LTE, version of their Lumia 800 to the market. It has just about all the qualities of its predecessor, but the larger size changes the user experience slightly, and the battery life...

Magenta Nokia Lumia 900 spotted at Microsoft store

04/13/2012, The Nokia Lumia 900 from AT&T has gotten off to a mixed start – sure, it managed to top of the Amazon sales chart just after a couple of days on sale, despite some users complaining about a glitch. The handset itself has also been speculated to...

Nokia Store update targets S60 3rd and 5th Edition smartphones

04/13/2012, All right, Nokia might not be the force to be reckoned with as they were some time back, but this does not mean that the company has gone all soft and is about to go belly up. No sir, they still command a strong presence in emerging markets, and despite...

AT&T Employees Still Recommend iPhone over Lumia 900

04/12/2012, In a ‘Sting’ operation, the folks over at CNet went to five AT&T stores in Manhattan to see if the employees of the store were promoting the Nokia Lumia 900 as what was previously announced by the carrier. And the weird thing was that they kept...

Cost of Nokia’s Lumia 900 Amounts to $217

04/12/2012, A teardown analysis by his iSuppli has revealed that after including cost of manufacturing and building the Nokia Lumia 900, the bill of materials came up to $217 which is 46% of the price to buy the device unlocked at $450. While most people will be...

Nokia Lumia 900 gets a LEGO charging dock of its own

04/12/2012, LEGO can be used to build many things, so why not a phone charging dock, right? That was what Baris Eris did when he pieced together a LEGO charging dock for his brand new Nokia Lumia 900. While he’s not actually selling you his DIY charging dock, he...

Nokia Lumia 610 NFC officially announced, heads to Orange first

04/11/2012, Yes, so the Lumia 610 was spotted in a leak earlier this morning, but it seems that the best way to counter such a thing by any company would be to announce it officially, quelling all possible chances of a rumor later on. This is the case with the Nokia...