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Nokia’s high end WP offering on it’s way, WIndows 8 tablet as well?

Nokia’s high end WP offering on it’s way, WIndows 8 tablet as well?

| November 16, 2011 | 31 Replies

The current crop of Windows Phone 7 devices from Nokia is not even widely available yet, but the rumours for the next generation devices are already surfacing. Nokia France’s head might have spoken a little too soon about upcoming products. In a recent interview with the French newspaper Les Echos he said that the current […]

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Windows Phone 7 (p)review: Mango

Windows Phone 7 (p)review: Mango

| August 2, 2011 | 237 Replies

  I’ll preface this “review” by saying the following. This is NOT final code and there will likely be significant changes and additions to both the aesthetics and performance of the Operating System when the final build is released to OEM’s. Further, the hardware improvement likely to accompany this update, in particular the newer 45nm […]

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Nokia WP apps not confined to Nokia devices only?

Nokia WP apps not confined to Nokia devices only?

| July 2, 2011 | 96 Replies

How about starting your weekend with a bit of riot worthy news? Pocket-lint is reporting that the apps Nokia create for Windows Phone are also going to be available on devices from their competitors like HTC and Samsung. Pocket-lint had an interview with Marco Argenti, senior vice president of Developer and Marketplace at Nokia partly […]

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What’s in an ecosystem?

What’s in an ecosystem?

| June 23, 2011 | 84 Replies

Now a lot of people took offense to my post about MeeGo, with quite a few saying that I was a Microsoft shill, Windows Phone fanboy, hated open source, a goon, know nothing about Open Source and quite a few other things that by and large demonstrated that they completely missed the point. Let me […]

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It’s all Elop fault right?

It’s all Elop fault right?

| May 31, 2011 | 66 Replies

Now listen,  some of you would like to blame Nokia’s nigh-dismal Q1 figures on the February 11th announcements or on Stephen Elop’s now hated “Burning Platform” memo and a few more still blame Microsoft from sending in their Trojan to take over Nokia’s mobile division in their mad quest to finally conquer the smartphone market […]

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Nokia Windows Phones running Mango are out in the wild!

Nokia Windows Phones running Mango are out in the wild!

| May 24, 2011 | 65 Replies

In case you’ve been living under a rock or simply don’t care, Microsoft just had this little press function today to officially announce their latest mobile OS release. Most of the features shown off are those we’ve already covered before and a few others we neglected somewhat but the general message was the same. Fluidity, […]

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WP7: Poor sales?

WP7: Poor sales?

| May 8, 2011 | 51 Replies

There has been a lot of talk about what OS shipped what amount of units and how well or how bad that particular OS did. Symbian was clearly visible in every chart and so was its declining market share. But where was Windows Phone? Is it such a failure that it doesn’t even register on […]

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Stephen Elop to deliver a keynote at Qualcomm’s Uplinq ’11

Stephen Elop to deliver a keynote at Qualcomm’s Uplinq ’11

| May 1, 2011 | 7 Replies

Arch rivals finally getting together thanks to Microsoft ? It is happening , thanks to the Nokia-Microsoft deal. CEO Stephen Elop is presenting a keynote at the Uplinq’11 conference by Qualcomm. It’s an indication that both these companies are going to work together ( Largely and obviously thanks to the strict chassis requirements by MS […]

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Nokia looking to push CDMA handsets??

Nokia looking to push CDMA handsets??

| March 22, 2011 | 12 Replies

One of the questions asked of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop after the Capital Markets Day debacle was whether Nokia would be making a larger push towards selling handsets in North America. Many thought, rightfully, that Windows Phone 7 would be the vehicle to conquer that market and it looks like Nokia agrees. Forbes is reporting […]

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