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Will Nokia Deal Buy Microsoft a New CEO?

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Microsoft announced late Monday plans to buy Nokia’s devices and services business in a $7 billion cash deal, a move that not only aims to give the software giant Nokia’s smartphone and mobile business but could set the stage for a new CEO at the Redmond giant. Under the deal, which is expected to close in the first quarter of 2014, Microsoft will pay 5.44 billion Euros for virtually all of its partner’s Devices and Services business, in addition to… continue…

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Are Flexible Screens the Next Big Thing?

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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…