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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

Nokia's earnings to show drop in demand

Nokia is expected to report weaker fourth quarter earnings and sales Thursday as global demand for handsets has dropped amid the economic recession. The world's largest handset maker is expected to

Report: LG surpasses Motorola for third place in 2008

LG Electronics edged out Motorola as the third biggest handset maker in 2008 in terms of the number of units shipped, according to a report in DigiTimes. The report said LG shipped 100 million units

Video: Nokia N79 Active will have you running up walls and leaping from roof top to roof top

Nokia recently announced its new Nokia N79 Active phone which features a built-in heart rate monitor that uses bluetooth. The phone also tracks GPS coordinates and allows active users to track their

Nokia's U.S. challenge: Can it return to its past glory?

Although it has long been a marketshare leader in handsets worldwide, Nokia has struggled to be a powerful player in the U.S. wireless market. The Finnish company's difficulties in the U.S. can be

Nokia's North American troubles continue

Nokia may be the world's largest handset maker, but the Finnish giant has not found a way to get a strong foothold in the North American market, especially in the United States. Its smartphones often

Nokia pulls out of WiMAX

In yet another blow to the ambitions of the WiMAX camp, Nokia has announced its intention to end production of the only WiMAX device in its portfolio, the N810 tablet PC. According to a Nokia

Nokia ends production of N810 WiMAX tablet

Although it barely saw the light of day, Nokia's N810 Internet Table WiMAX Edition is no longer in production. Nokia said it is ceasing production of the highly touted device, despite the fact that

Nokia responds to SMS "Curse of Silence" glitch

Nokia is asking operators to filter or block certain malicious SMS messages that can be sent to Symbian-based phones and used to block the phone from receiving further SMS or MMS messages, according

UIQ files for bankruptcy

UIQ, the software development platform owned by Motorola and Sony Ericsson has filed for bankruptcy in a District Court in Sweden. UIQ was one of the three Symbian-based user interfaces, and was