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Nokia Exec Says iOS and Android Focus On Apps Is Outdated

Nokia Exec Says iOS and Android Focus On Apps Is Outdated

Microsoft's Windows Phone Mango update is just around the corner and that means come September or October, several new Mango handsets, including ones from Nokia, will be butting heads with the Apple iPhone 5 and the myriad of Android devices. And since Nokia's making a huge bet on the platform, we can expect the company to come out in full force to promote and support Mango, including some bashing on iOS and Android.

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Nokia confirms no N9 for UK either

Nokia confirms no N9 for UK either

As feared, Nokia has confirmed that it has no current plans to offer the N9 smartphone in the UK, following news yesterday that the MeeGo handset would not be getting an official US release either. The Finnish company told paidContent that, while Nokia acknowledged "the very positive reception" the N9 received, it nonetheless had no intention of actually putting it on sale.

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Nokia To Shutter Symbian And Feature Phone Businesses In North America

Nokia To Shutter Symbian And Feature Phone Businesses In North America

Since Nokia has committed to Microsoft for the Windows Phone platform, it's been shifting its entire focus on the transition. Today, the company has revealed in an interview with AllThingsD that it will stop selling Symbian-based smartphones as well as its lower-end feature phones in the US and Canada, where it plans to reestablish itself with its Windows Phone handsets using the largest marketing push the company has ever invested.

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No Nokia N9 for US as MeeGo plans stay minimal

No Nokia N9 for US as MeeGo plans stay minimal

The chances of you getting a Nokia N9 look to be considerably reduced this morning, with confirmation that the company has no plans to offer the MeeGo smartphone in the US. Nokia has been cagey regarding release dates for some time now, finally admitting to Engadget that the mid-September countdown - which has since been taken down anyway - doesn't apply to would-be buyers in the US. Meanwhile, the Finns are still refusing to pin down UK availability too.

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Nokia’s Windows Phone reveal won’t be this month, tips insider

Nokia’s Windows Phone reveal won’t be this month, tips insider

Despite reports suggesting otherwise, it seems we may have to wait longer than this month to see Nokia's first line-up of Windows Phones. Although the Finnish company has announced an August 17 event, co-hosted with Microsoft, at Gamescon in Germany, new leaks indicate that retail hardware won't be making an appearance at the show. This is my next's source says that, instead, Mango will be the star of the show.

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Microsoft May Reveal First Nokia Windows Phones On August 17

Microsoft May Reveal First Nokia Windows Phones On August 17

Microsoft and Nokia have announced that they are holding a joint event later this month in Cologne, Germany. The party is set for August 17 and promises "exciting actions and surprises" that will make it an evening to remember. Free food, free drinks, live act, and DJ, what else could you ask for? Well, maybe Nokia's first Windows Phone Mango device?

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Nokia 500 is not the 1GHz Finnish phone we’re waiting for

Nokia 500 is not the 1GHz Finnish phone we’re waiting for

If you hadn't realized, we're waiting on a touchscreen Nokia, and that's just what the Finns have given us today: unfortunately, the new device is the Nokia 500, a Symbian Anna based phone, rather than the N9 or "Sea Ray". Still dressed in the old-fashioned Nokia styling, rather than the new polycarbonate slickness of the MeeGo handset, the 500 at least sees a speed boost with a 1GHz processor.

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Nokia Q2 financials “clearly disappointing” says CEO Elop: €487m loss

Nokia Q2 financials “clearly disappointing” says CEO Elop: €487m loss

Nokia has announced its Q2 2011 financial results, with an operating loss of €487m ($692m) and net sales of €9,275m, down 7-percent from Q2 2010 and 11-percent from Q1 this year. "The challenges we are facing during our strategic transformation manifested in a greater than expected way in Q2 2011" CEO Stephen Elop said, with the half-billion euro loss in operating profit a significant fall from the €439m profit made in the previous three month period.

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