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Nokia releases the Tube, now the 5800 XpressMusic

Nokia released a new phone at a press unveiling in London, the previously-rumored touch-screen Tube, which it now calls the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone. Just as the HTC Dream became the G1, the Tube

Nokia CEO sees new Symbian platform on handsets in 2010

Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said the company will be expanding the functions on its handsets to create better user experiences, and said the acquisition of the Symbian operating system, and the

Nokia and Intel notably absent from US$1bn mobile broadband push

While 16 of the largest mobile operators and technology providers have banded together to support the worldwide roll out of 3G mobile broadband across a diverse range of products, Nokia and Intel (an

Nokia CTO steps down; company looks to sell unit

Nokia's Chief Technology Officer Bob Iannucci announced he would be stepping down from the company for undisclosed personal reasons. The company also said it was looking to sell off its

Motorola embracing Android--Nokia next?

Motorola is reportedly throwing its weight behind Google's Android mobile OS, expanding its Android development team from 50 members to 350. Citing an Android developer approached by a headhunter to

Report: Motorola to develop Android phones

Motorola is reportedly betting that Google's Android operating system is going to be a money-maker. The firm has assembled a large team to work on developing handsets that will run on the OS,

Nokia to launch touch screen phone, the Tube

Come one, come all to the touch screen phone market. A day after the launch of T-Mobile's G1, photos of Nokia's touch screen phone, the Tube, were leaked and several reports say its launch is

Symbian exec slams Linux/cell phone combination

Whilst praising the achievements of the Linux community in the workstation and PC arena, a senior exec of Symbian claims the open source operating system is unfit to use within cell phones. Jerry

Nokia launches Calling All Innovators app contest

Nokia's global developer support program Forum Nokia announced the launch of Calling All Innovators, a mobile application development competition promising $150,000 in cash and prizes as well as

Forum Nokia PRO Accelerator program debuts

Nokia launched its new Forum Nokia PRO Accelerator developer support program, promising an expanded set of technical, marketing, business development and channel distribution tools targeted to