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Developers install Android on Nokia N810

With official Google-sanctioned devices operating on the Android OS still weeks or even months away, an enterprising member of the Internet Tablet Talk forum who goes by the username "penguinbait"

Forum Nokia embraces WidSets

Nokia's global developer program Forum Nokia announced its support for the WidSets mobile content consumption, creation and sharing service. WidSets widget downloads operate across more than 300

Don't mention the B-word to Nokia

The misery continues for Nokia as it attempts to extricate itself from the PR nightmare that has surrounded the closure of its Germany cell phone manufacturing plant in Bochum. The latest (and final,

European Telecoms: Bernstein bullish on equipment, bearish on handsets

Bernstein Research analyst Pierre Ferragu has launched coverage of the European telecoms equipment sector. He is bullish on the networking sector, but negative on devices. Ergo, he launched Ericsson

Nokia gets green light for Navteq deal

The European Commission approved Nokia's acquisition of digital map data firm Navteq. The deal is supposed to close within the next five business days. Nokia first announced its $8.1 billion

Nokia buys Symbian to give it away

The open source arena opened up wide last week when Nokia made the surprise announcement it will acquire the remaining shares of mobile software licensing company Symbian Limited and team with Sony

Handset sales sluggish thanks to weak economy

The weakening economy has caused several brokerage firms to reduce their 2008 handset sales forecasts and many are predicting that handset makers such as Motorola, Nokia and others will feel the

Austrian operator launches mobile TV services

From June 13, mobilkom Austria's subscribers will be able to enjoy two new mobile TV services. The first is the A1 TV PLUS service which combines 3G/UMTS streaming with DVB-H technology and which

Report: Nokia's iPhone killer "Tube" will debut in 4Q

In a research note, Avian Securities analyst Matt Thornton says he thinks Nokia is on track to deliver its first touchscreen device, the Tube, in the second half of the year, probably in the fourth

Nokia urges Linux developers to learn cell phone business model

While only having one platform using Linux--its N800 tablet series--Nokia has called upon the Linux community to better understand how the mobile handset business works if they're interested in