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Spike Lee is Boring

I can appreciate Nokia trying to polish their image from a cell phone to a mobile device company by bringing in Spike Lee to do a concept project Mr. Lee has done

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> Nokia does the right thing with Spike Lee. >

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Music service looks set to cost Nokia

Nokia looks like it is heading for more trouble following the news that its 'Comes With Music' service seems set to severely damage its handset profit margins. According to the Hollywood Reporter,

Key vendors absent from new LTE licensing scheme

Six vendors announced they have committed to a framework designed to offer predictable and more transparent IP licensing. Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, NEC, NextWave Wireless, Nokia, Nokia Siemens

Nokia's profit up 25% but outlook cautious

Nokia posted a 25 percent rise in first quarter net income thanks to emerging markets, but claimed that the weaker U.S. dollar, general economic slowdown in the U.S. and possible economic slowdown in

ALSO NOTED: Airspan issues financial warning; Nokia denies reports it will sell laptop computers with 3G modules; and much more

> Broadband wireless vendor Airspan, in a financial warning, indicated its sales in the first quarter were about 85 percent of what it had expected.

Nokia launches mobile wallet phone

Handset giant Nokia introduced the Nokia 6212 classic, a new 3G handset featuring integrated Near Field Communication (NFC) technologies enabling users to share content and access services as well as

Nokia launches Mobile Games Innovation Challenge

Nokia launched its worldwide Mobile Games Innovation Challenge, a global competition encouraging development of new game concepts that exploit the features and functionalities of the handset giant's

Forecast: Nokia's Q1 net profit up 42 percent

According to a poll of financial analysts conducted by Factset, Nokia's first quarter profit is expected to hit $2.19 billion, a 42 percent increase over the year-ago period in which the company