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Nokia and Samsung launching app stores at MWC '09

Expect mobile application stores to dominate headlines and conversation at next week's Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona--reports state handset makers Nokia and Samsung will both unveil

Is Nokia poised to return to growth in Q2?

Having reported a 70 per cent drop in profits in the fourth quarter of last year, and also presented a pessimistic forecast for Q1/09, signs are building Nokia might be ready for an upturn in Q2/09.

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Nokia names Calling All Innovators finalists

Nokia announced the finalists in its Calling All Innovators competition. Launched in September 2008, the contest called on developers to submit mobile applications with the potential to enhance and

Nokia denies idea of leaving Finland

Nokia has denied threats that the company would leave its native Finland if laws in electronic data protection and surveillance were not changed, refuting a newspaper article that first reported the

T-Mobile USA launches new Shadow, Nokia 7510

T-Mobile USA launched two new phones, growing its smartphone lineup with the new, revamped Shadow, as well as a Nokia flip phone, the 7510. The Shadow is an HTC-manufactured quad-band world phone

Nokia launches high-end MVNO in Japan

Nokia announced that it would launch an MVNO in Japan, using its high-end Vertu line of phones as a platform, marking the first time the world's largest handset maker has ventured into the role of

Nokia reports sharp fall in Q4 sales and profits

After affecting Ericsson's results earlier this week, the economic downturn has now hit Nokia with the mobile phone giant reporting worse-than-expected fourth quarter sales and profits. The news

Nokia sells half a million Tube smartphones in 30 days

Nokia, in announcing its weak fourth quarter earnings Thursday, said that in the last 30 days of the quarter it had sold 500,000 units of its 5800 XpressMusic smartphone, formerly known as the Tube.

Nokia's profit drops 69% amid weak sales, uncertainty

Nokia saw its fourth quarter net profit drop 69 percent. The Finnish firm's quarterly results were weakened by a drop in sales. The world's largest handset maker reported a net profit of $746.3