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Look Ma, no Nokia – just Microsoft

Look Ma, no Nokia – just Microsoft

This morning we've caught our first full glimpse of what it'll look like to own a smartphone made by the Nokia crew under Microsoft. Microsoft of course purchased the Nokia devices business earlier this year, and just now we're seeing the first device they've released without the Nokia brand. Unlike renderings we've seen before, this brand has no "Lumia" or "by Microsoft" at all - it's just Microsoft and the Windows logo, the same logo enacted for the first time back in 2012.

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It’s really official: “Microsoft Lumia” is the name

It’s really official: “Microsoft Lumia” is the name

Nokia Lumia is no more. Of course, that was already made known by Microsoft's French Facebook account, but you know how social networks can be so fickle-minded these days. It can't get any more official than this though. Microsoft Senior VP for Marketing for Phones Tuula Rytilä has taken to what was once Nokia Conversations to share what the branding transition will bring and what its fans can expect and continue to expect as the company rolls out the new "Microsoft Lumia".

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Microsoft finally settles on “Microsoft Lumia” name

Microsoft finally settles on “Microsoft Lumia” name

One chapter of Microsoft's, and Nokia's, mobile history is finally drawing to a close. After a bit of guessing and speculation on what Microsoft plans to do to unify its mobile branding, Nokia's, or rather Microsoft's, French Facebook page gave an unambiguous hint as to what the company has decided to call its smartphone brand, and it won't Microsoft Nokia Lumia Windows Phone phones or Nokia Lumia by Microsoft Mobile. It's going with a much simpler "Microsoft Lumia", which edges out not only "Nokia", but probably "Windows Phone" as well.

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Lumia 530 release set for T-Mobile USA

Lumia 530 release set for T-Mobile USA

The successor to the best-selling Windows Phone device of all time, the Lumia 520, is coming to T-Mobile USA. That’s the T-Mobile Lumia 530, carefully sent out in press releases to the press (like SlashGear) without the name Nokia attached. The time has come!

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Microsoft phasing out Nokia, Windows Phone brands

Microsoft phasing out Nokia, Windows Phone brands

When Microsoft snapped up Nokia, we all knew things would be changing. The original darling of the mobile phone world had long been pandering to Windows Phone, eschewing better avenues like Android. While the purchase sealed Nokia’s fate as an actual Windows brand, a new report suggests it may now be branded as Windows rather than Nokia.

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AT&T confirms Nokia Lumia 830 heading to its shelves

AT&T confirms Nokia Lumia 830 heading to its shelves

Microsoft has just unveiled two new Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones last week, but availability details were, as always, a bit murky. While this announcement doesn't add anything specific in terms of date or exact price, it does spell good news for those in the US interested in getting their hands on one. AT&T will indeed be carrying the Lumia 830 soon.

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Nokia adds smart LED to its Qi wireless charging plate

Nokia adds smart LED to its Qi wireless charging plate

How smart can a wireless charger be? Microsoft thinks the original Nokia wireless charging plate could be a little better, and so there’s now a second-generation version, the DT-903, which now lights up for notifications.

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Nokia Denim update incoming with 4K camera boost

Nokia Denim update incoming with 4K camera boost

Nokia has long been known for great cameras, and Microsoft seems eager not to let that reputation slide, promising a new update for Lumia Windows Phones that puts photography front and center. Lumia Denim builds on the latest Windows Phone 8.1 version with some Lumia-specific exclusive features, most notably the new Lumia Camera.

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Lumia 830 photos leaked, no Microsoft Mobile in sight

Lumia 830 photos leaked, no Microsoft Mobile in sight

Microsot's IFA 2014 event is just a day away, so naturally we are still getting last minute leaks and rumors about devices. The other day, it was the "selfie" Lumia 730 but now it's the Lumia 830's turn. While this supposed actual device does seem to confirm its PureView heritage, it does disprove earlier rumors of a more Microsoft-friendly branding.

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Microsoft Lumia 730’s selfie-ness teased once more

Microsoft Lumia 730’s selfie-ness teased once more

Just counting down days to IFA 2014, Microsoft once again lets out a teaser to remind the tech world that not just Android phones but a Lumia one will be coming as well. And, just as some recent digital camera makers have been trying lately, the Lumia 730 seems to be designed to pander to one growing niche: the obsessive selfie photographer.

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Lumia 830 “by Microsoft Mobile” passes by Brazil

Lumia 830 “by Microsoft Mobile” passes by Brazil

You might have had your fill about Android devices or smartwatches scheduled to debut at IFA 2014 next week, but Microsoft may have a few things to reveal there as well. One of these might be the Lumia 830, earlier leaked to be the first "Microsoft Mobile" branded smartphone, which has just passed by the Anatel certification, Brazil's counterpart to the US' FCC.

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Microsoft Miracast dongle surfaces, will take on Chromecast

Microsoft Miracast dongle surfaces, will take on Chromecast

Microsoft has a dongle in the works, and it is poised to take on Google's Chromecast by the look of things. The Miracast dongle would allow Lumia users to broadcast their mobile's screen to an HDTV, the benefits for which are obvious, and include watching movies on the big screen.

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