Nokia's decision to close its German handset plant has sparked a political storm with a number of government ministers and senior politicians announcing their intention to personally boycott Nokia
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Around 2,300 staff will lose their jobs following Nokia's decision to discontinue the production of mobile devices at its Bochum site in Germany. The main reason behind the decision is the high cost
The German parliament is not happy with Nokia's decision to close its Bochum, Germany plant. The phone manufacturer said earlier this week that it would close the plant by mid-2008 due to the high
Nokia announced plans to slash some 2,300 jobs in Germany as it moves its production facilities to cheaper locales like Romania. The handset maker said it was closing the Bochum, Germany-based plant
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I feel like this is a re-run. The last two years in January, I've written about Motorola and its failure to follow up on the success of the Razr. In early 2006,
Motorola, Nokia, SonyEricsson, Samsung and Neonode are among the handset vendors that have already launched phones at the
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The iPhone probably attracted more press comment in 2007 than all the many other handset launches combined. While this device is not revolutionary and has some shortcomings, its user interface has