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Nokia comes late to booming 3G dongle party

Once again, Nokia has lagged behind the technology curve and has only now announced it will start shipping a 3G mobile broadband dongle early next year. Huawei has already grabbed a lion's share of

Leadership troubles

Nokia has set the all-round benchmark for handset companies over so many years that to question its strategy could be classed as heresy. But that's what an increasing number of market analysts are

Nokia will start making HSPA modems

Nokia said it will start making HSPA dongles for laptops in early 2009, challenging Huawei, Ericsson and others in the wireless modem market. The world's largets handset maker said its HSPA dongles

Nokia cuts mobile phone sales forecast-again

Finnish mobile giant Nokia has cut its forecast for mobile phone sales in the current quarter for the third time in less than three months. Within the last month Nokia predicted 330 million mobile

RIM to pay Nokia royalties for patents

Research In Motion signed a new deal with Nokia to pay the Finnish handset giant up front for royalties in exchange for use of its wireless patents. The world's largest handset maker did not disclose

Nokia issues a new market warning

Nokia issued a market warning for the second time in less than a month, cutting its outlook for global handset sales, as the world's largest handset maker braces for a slowdown in the coming year.

Rumour Mill: Nokia to enter laptop market?

Although categorically denied by Nokia earlier this year, rumours the Finnish mobile giant may be planning to enter the laptop computer market have resurfaced. On this occasion it was through the

Video: Nokia N97 Demo

Check out this video of the Nokia N97:

Nokia launches latest iPhone rival, the N97

Nokia jumped into the touchscreen phone game by releasing the N97, a touchscreen phone with a slideout Qwerty keyboard that is similar to the T-Mobile G1. Nokia unveiled the phone at a company event

Nokia issues Series 40 6th Edition SDK

Nokia released its Series 40 6th Edition software development kit, timed to coincide with the announcement of the new Nokia 6260 slide, the latest device based on the Series 40 platform. The SDK