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Nokia Getting Sick of Windows Phone?

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If Windows Phone software languishes, dragging down phone sales in the process, it could metastasize into an existential crisis for Nokia. continue…

Smaller Manufacturers Also Benefit From Smartphones’ Rise

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Samsung and Apple aren’t the only companies enjoying the fruits of the smartphone market’s growth. continue…

Windows Phone Edging BlackBerry for Third Place

Based on quarterly device shipments, BlackBerry is at risk of losing its third-place showing in the smartphone market. continue…

Could Nokia Be Sold?

Rumors suggest Huawei is interested in buying Nokia. Is the Finnish manufacturer an acquisition target? continue…

BlackBerry, Windows Phone, and the Battle for Third Place

Google Android and iOS continue to split the majority of the smartphone market—leaving other vendors fighting for third place. continue…

Nokia Issues 3D Printing Kit for Smartphone Cases

Nokia has introduced a 3D printing community project for smartphone cases. It could be the first step toward printing more smartphone components. continue…

Nokia’s Windows Phone Sales Pick Up, As Symbian Lingers

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Sales of Nokia’s Lumia phones picked up, even as its Symbian smartphones continued to sell millions of units. continue…

Are Flexible Screens the Next Big Thing?

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Samsung showed off some flexible screens for mobile devices at this year’s CES. They’re not the first firm to toy with that tech. continue…

Nokia Planning Surface-Like Windows Tablet: Report

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Nokia is planning a Windows RT tablet with a flexible keyboard, emulating Microsoft’s Surface, according to a new report. continue…

Technology to Watch for in 2013

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What’s coming to technology next year? Despite what consultants tell, predicting the future is all about educated guessing as opposed to science. Still, guessing can be fun. So let’s see… Apple Just before the end of this year, Tim Cook decided to speak — a lot. As the new CEO, it was probably a very tough year for him. In an interview with Business Week, he said that “Apple has changed every day since I have been here” and that… continue…