AT&T Mobility said starting tomorrow it will begin taking pre-orders for the BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry's flagship smartphone. Separately, T-Mobile USA said it will start letting enterprise customer pre-order the device as well. The actions give more traction to BlackBerry's hopes for a U.S. comeback.
Nokia is struggling to get retail attention from AT&T Mobility for its Lumia 900 Windows Phone smartphone four months after the gadget went on sale, as both the handset maker and carrier look ahead to the launch of Windows Phone 8, according to a Bloomberg report.
The price of Nokia's flagship Windows Phone smartphone at AT&T Mobility, the Lumia 900, was cut in half to $49.99, though both Nokia and AT&T insist that sales are doing well and that the price change is part of normal business operations.
Microsoft's Windows Phone gained a slight bit of U.S. market share in April after stabilizing in February in March, according to the latest data from research firm comScore. The early April introduction of Nokia's flagship Windows Phone smartphone, the Lumia 900, likely helped keep Microsoft's numbers afloat.
To help drive down costs and keep margins high, AT&T (NYSE:T) is focusing on smartphones that require lower subsidies yet are appealing to consumers. Speaking at the J.P. Morgan Global
NEW ORLEANS--Nokia (NYSE:NOK) is not concerned by LG Electronics' decision to focus more on smartphones running Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android platform and less on Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows
Nokia (NYSE:NOK) is fighting to gain a share of the U.S. smartphone market, and the April launch of its flagship Lumia 900 device has been a vital, first step in this direction. The device has
Marco Argenti with Nokia's Senior Vice President of Developer Experience and Marketplace Marco Agrenti Nokia is fighting to gain a share of the U.S. smartphone market, and the April
Recently, AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) and Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) have been more open in their embrace of Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone platform, and the likely reason why is that they
Nokia (NYSE:NOK), struggling to gain traction in its planned smartphone turnaround using Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone platform, reported a wider than expected $1.75 billion operating loss