Nokia’s acquisition of Withings puts the company in a position where it can get back to designing and developing gadgets for the consum
Microsoft could be close to pulling the plug on Windows RT with its decision to stop manufacturing the Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet.
Wireless carrier Sprint is now offering its first Lumia smartphone. The carrier hasn’t offered any Lumia phones since either Nokia or Microsoft began coming out with them, but now one is available to customers. The first Lumia phone to reach Sprint is the Lumia 635, a low-end device that costs $168 up front or $7 per month for two years.
Wireless carrier Sprint is now offering its first Lumia smartphone. The carrier hasn't offered any Lumia phones since either Nokia or Microsoft began coming out with them, but now one is available to customers.
If we learned anything over the past couple years, it's that gold is best! It's a lesson Apple VP of Gold Raffi Jaharian drove home in a Conan O'Brien skit when he said, "You think gold, you think all the best stuff: Jet ski, nice watch, sports car...shrimp." It's a lesson that's not lost on Microsoft, which today introduced special gold editions of its Lumia 830 and 930 handsets.
Launching a feature phone at the beginning of 2015 may seem strange, but Microsoft is convinced there is still a market for the Nokia 215 as a second phone and in parts of the world were electricity is scarce and budgets are small.
Well, that was quick. Nokia's first post-Microsoft consumer product, the surprising N1 Android slate, came out of nowhere a month or so back, and should go on sale in a couple of weeks. That adds up to a turnaround of well under 60 days, which is better than many high-profile Lumia launches.
The tablet market didn’t need yet another Android-running iPad mini lookalike, but the Nokia N1 is quite special. For one thing, it’s a surprisingly early sign Nokia is alive and kicking after selling its once mighty device manufacturing division to Microsoft.
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Get ready to never hear about "Windows Phone" again. Ditto for Nokia.