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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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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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SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – July 31, 2011

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – July 31, 2011

This past week seems to be all about what's to happen this coming August and September, which look to be eventful months. Samsung began teasing its Galaxy S II for its US debut in August, while a white version was announced for the UK around the same time. Motorola confirmed that its Droid Bionic will launch in September and also arriving then is its 4G LTE upgrade for Motorola XOOM 3G customers. And of course the other major event that seems increasingly more certain to be in September is Apple's iPhone 5 launch. Continue after the cut for the full list and video roundup.

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Windows Phone Mango Supports Music Streaming From SkyDrive

Windows Phone Mango Supports Music Streaming From SkyDrive

The Windows Phone Mango update promises more than 500 new features, one of which includes the integration of Microsoft's online cloud service called the SkyDrive. The feature lets you store photos, videos, and documents in the cloud for easy access and sharing. But with the newly released Mango beta build to developers earlier this week, it was discovered that the SkyDrive can also be used to stream music.

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Windows Phone Mango Released To Manufacturing

Windows Phone Mango Released To Manufacturing

Microsoft's much anticipated Windows Phone 7 Mango update has been officially finalized. Today, the company announced that its development team has officially signed off on the final build of Mango for release to manufacturing. This marks the end of development for the platform, which is now in carrier testing. From this point forward, what remains to be done is optimizing the code for Mango handset manufacturer and carrier partners.

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LG’s Roadmap Leaked, Includes Windows Phone 7 Mango Fantasy And Dual-Core Prada K2

LG’s Roadmap Leaked, Includes Windows Phone 7 Mango Fantasy And Dual-Core Prada K2

The roadmap for LG's 2H 2011 smartphone lineup has been leaked along with specs and images revealed by the folks at PocketNow. They were not allowed to reproduce the images, and hence have offered up some renderings, which show a strong lineup of both high-end and mid-tier Android devices as well as one Windows Phone 7 Mango handset. All the devices are set to launch before the end of this year.

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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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