QUALCOMM has sued Nokia for alleged violations of 11 patents related to GSM, GPRS, and EDGE. Nokia is reportedly "stunned" by the lawsuit and "disappointed" that QUALCOMM choose
Nokia has unveiled several new N-series phones , most notably the N92 a " TV phone " that looks like a tiny portable DVD player. The N92 has an
Nokia opens open-source software portal. Web site Comparing platform numbers: Nokia versus QUALCOMM.
QUALCOMM has filed suit against Nokia for allegedly violating 11 of its patents and one from its subsidiary, SnapTrack. The lawsuit alleges that Nokia infringed on patents pertaining to the
US Supreme Court rejects RIM's attempt to delay injunction. Article 500 million camera phones sold in 2005.
, the E60, E61 and E70 , have an impressive list of features: WiFi, Bluetooth, VoIP and support for a variety of email systems . The phones should be out in the
Nokia first launched the N-Gage phones over two years ago, but due to a poor initial selection of games, a high price tag and some minor design flaws with the first device, the N-Gage platform
Nokia's WiMax division said that when it comes to data services, mobile networks "currently suck. Badly." Coming from the company's WiMax division, this is not all too surprising. However, it also
Nokia launched a smart phone called the E61 to compete with the BlackBerry and Treo. Nokia's handset is based on a Symbian platform and will run on GSM networks. Nokia's new device will be
Nokia has launched Carbide.c++, a new family of development tools for the Symbian platform. Carbide.c++ will be the primary environment for Symbian development and there is an