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Computing

New cable technology could give you fiber Internet performance over existing lines

Fiber is currently the gold standard in internet infrastructure, but a new project from Bell Labs could make cable Internet competitive -- if only over short distances.
Mobile

Microsoft is getting out of the low-end phone business once and for all

Microsoft is selling the last vestiges of Nokia and its low-end feature phone business to a subsidiary of Foxconn. It expects the deal to close later this year, pending approval by regulators.
Mobile

Phoenix from the flames: Nokia’s coming back to mobile

Nokia, fresh from a messy divorce with Microsoft, is on its way back to the mobile world. In the near future, we're going to see a whole new range of phones and tablets with the Nokia name on them.
Mobile

Nokia and newly acquired Withings may be a match made in tech heaven

Nokia Technologies has purchased connected health experts Withings, in a deal valued at $191 million. The acquisition will see the French company become part of a new Nokia division later this year.
Computing

Disney agrees to use Nokia’s OZO camera for VR content related to its movies

Nokia and The Walt Disney Studios have reached an agreement for the latter to use Nokia's new OZO virtual reality camera to make movie-related content. The OZO VR camera launched back in November for professionals here in the States…
Mobile

Nokia may be coming back with the A1, its first Android smartphone

A leak shows Nokia may be entering the mobile game again, but if true, the Finnish company may be going with Android. The Nokia A1 may arrive as soon as the summer of 2016, and it will likely target the mid-range market.
Mobile

WhatsApp won’t support BlackBerry, other older mobile platforms by the end of 2016

WhatsApp will leave some mobile operating systems behind by the end of this year. BlackBerry, Android 2.1 (Eclair) and 2.2 (Froyo), and Windows Phone 7.1 are among the mobile platforms that will soon miss the popular messaging app.
Mobile

The three-year-old Nokia Lumia 520 is still the most popular Windows Phone smartphone

Even with a three-year lifespan, the Nokia Lumia 520 is still the most widely-used Windows Phone handset in the world. Its low price tag certainly seems central to the phone's success.
Photography

The cost of Nokia’s Ozo VR camera means you probably won’t be getting one

It's the device Nokia hopes will take the VR world by storm, it has eight lenses capturing 360-degree spherical video and eight microphones for 360x360 surround sound, and it costs so much you probably won't be getting one.
Computing

This may be another canceled Microsoft tablet we'll never get to hold

A leak has given us a glimpse of the Microsoft Mercury, a mysterious tablet that may have ended up being called a Lumia, if it hadn't been canceled. Will it ever see the light of day?
Mobile

Nokia plans to test Steve Perlman’s potentially game-changing pCell tech 2:43

Nokia plans to test Artemis Networks' pCell technology, developed by Steve Perlman. The tech is reportedly capable of using congestion to its advantage, in contrast to traditional networks which struggle with mobile congestion.
Wearables

Evidence suggests Nokia will soon launch wearable devices based on Android Wear

The Nokia brand was once the most recognized brand in the world for mobile devices. Now the company is hoping that brand still has some magic left as it prepares to enter the wearable market.