Colin Giles

Nokia Thursday posted a quarterly loss of the equivalent of $1.2 billion, following a drop in sales and the "mixed response" to the new Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone. 

Nokia wants to be back on top in the U.S. market, but how serious are the company's intentions?

While Nokia's execs are adamant the company, which has only 3 percent of the U.S. cell phone market, wants to make a big push in the U.S., its actions say something different.

At the company's annual Nokia World conference in London, Nokia introduced three new smartphones that use its new Symbian 3 operating system. But none of these new devices will be offered by a U.S. carrier

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