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Microsoft To Buy Nokia’s Mobile Division For $19B?

Microsoft To Buy Nokia’s Mobile Division For $19B?

Conspiracy theorists have long pointed at the transplant of Microsoft's Stephen Elop into Nokia as part of the software giant's plan to swallow up the leading phone maker. Claims from industry insiders are also fanning the flame, especially with a recent tweet from Eldar Murtazin that suggests Microsoft and Nokia may indeed begin talks next week about an acquisition.

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Nokia could sell Mobile division to Microsoft in 2011?

Nokia could sell Mobile division to Microsoft in 2011?

The idea of Microsoft buying Nokia's phone business isn't a new one - we've heard mutterings to that effect since before the two companies announced their Windows Phone partnership - but according to the latest leaks it's up for discussion later this month. Notorious insider Eldar Murtazin has heard that Microsoft and Nokia will be discussing the potential sale of Nokia's mobile division next week, with the potential for a deal to be closed before 2011 is out.

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Nokia phone/tablet strategy leak alleges Windows 8 slates and Vanjoki “backup”

Nokia phone/tablet strategy leak alleges Windows 8 slates and Vanjoki “backup”

Details on Nokia's alleged phone and tablet strategy for 2012 and 2013 have emerged, suggesting that the company is indeed looking to Windows 8 for its slates and that Maemo 6 will be rolled out for one final hurrah before being effectively dropped. Arch insider Eldar Murtazin has spilt the beans, claiming that Nokia is looking to release 5-7 mid-to-high end Symbian^3 handsets in 2012, along with a single tablet.

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Nokia Windows Phone 7 phones in Q2 2011 tips insider [Updated]

Nokia Windows Phone 7 phones in Q2 2011 tips insider [Updated]

Like the Verizon iPhone, there are some tech industry rumors that simply refuse to die, and today it's the turn of Nokia and a potential Windows Phone 7 device that's getting raked over the coals once more. Notorious insider - and not known for his love of the Finnish cellphone company - Eldar Murtazin claims that Microsoft and Nokia have been holding ongoing talks regarding a Nokia-branded Windows Phone 7 smartphone range.

Updated with Nokia comment after the cut

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Nokia N9 Gets Early Hands-On, Hardware Deemed “Near Perfect”

Nokia N9 Gets Early Hands-On, Hardware Deemed “Near Perfect”

Nokia's strategy in the smartphone market is a heated subject for some out there, but it looks like the company may have a line of silver along some of those formulating storm clouds on the horizon. Thanks to Eldar Murtazin, the (in)famous Russian-based journalist who has been known to break a few Nokia-centric stories in the past, it looks like Nokia's upcoming effort, the N9, is looking very, very good. At least, when it comes to the hardware.

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Nokia C7-00 gets pre-announce preview: “more balanced” than N8

Nokia C7-00 gets pre-announce preview: “more balanced” than N8

It seems even the threat of legal action can't keep Mobile-review's Eldar Murtazin from spilling the beans on unannounced Nokia handsets, with the latest on his test bench to be the upcoming Nokia C7-00.  Spotted in the wild back in early June, the Symbian^3 handset has a 3.5-inch AMOLED 640 x 360 display and, Murtazin reckons, is basically the N8 with a mere 8-megapixel camera and no HDMI output.

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Nokia take N8 leaker to task (but “does not send thugs”)

Nokia take N8 leaker to task (but “does not send thugs”)

With his track record of leaks and occasionally scathing previews, we can't imagine mobile-review's Eldar Murtazin is the most popular guy at Nokia; still, we're surprised all the same that the Finnish company apparently approached the Russian Interior Ministry hoping to take him to task over allegedly stealing trade secrets.  Murtazin says that his Nokia N8 coverage touched a raw nerve; though the ministry official did ask where mobile-review's servers were physically located, for the moment the site is still online.

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