Nokia was an early mover in the tablet space - in 2007, years before the iPad burst onto the scene, it was unboxing its N800 Internet Tablet (which looks more like a phablet by today's enormo-phone standards). But these days the Finnish high-end and low-end mobile maker does not play with slates - at least, not yet. That could soon change though, judging by comments made by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop who has given the company's clearest hint yet that it wants to get back into the tablet space.
More Suggested Content:
Tablet Ownership Surged in Fourth Quarter
January 30, 2013
So many tablets were purchased in the fourth quarter that tablet ownership among online Americans has reached 38 percent- a 7 percent increase over the previous quarter. That's according to CEA's Consumer Outlook on Tablets.
Microsoft's Surface Pro Coming in February
January 22, 2013
Microsoft's Surface Windows 8 Pro tablet computer will arrive Feb. 9, Microsoft announced Tuesday. The device will be sold at Best Buy and Staples, in addition to the Microsoft Store in the U.S.