Researchers from Nokia and the Queen Mary University of London are working on a smartphone prototype that is recharged by sound waves. In other words, ambient sound such as music and human voice can recharge the phone.
A new Lumia smartphone, complete with Windows Phone 8.1 installed, is being rumored for release over the coming months. It's codename Superman, and it may have an extra special front camera for super selfies.
It may only come in handy if you happen to be near a grocery store (and you have some copper wire and nails in your bag), but Nokia and artist Caleb Charland still had fun demonstrating how a load of potatoes and apples can be used to charge a phone.
Microsoft plans to axe the entry-level Nokia Asha lineup and other Series 40 devices over the next 18 months. This news comes right after the company announced layoffs for 18,000 workers and the end of the Nokia X.
Microsoft officially killed off the Nokia X Android smartphone project. CEO Satya Nadella said that select Nokia X devices will now be converted into Windows Phone devices, but did not say which ones will make the transition.
A new Windows Phone smartphone said to be the Lumia 830 has been leaked, and despite new owner Microsoft recently taking control, the phone still wears Nokia branding. It may be one of four soon-to-be-released devices from the company.
Nokia has announced another Android-based smartphone, the Nokia X2, which joins its existing range of X devices launched at Mobile World Congress earlier this year. It's Android, but not as we know it.
Nokia may not make smartphones anymore, but it's still working on cool projects. The company unveiled a new home screen app for Android called the Z Launcher. The app lets you customize your home screen and predicts which apps you'll want to use.
British fashion designer Adrien Sauvage and Microsoft have teamed up to bring us the world's first pair of pants that can wirelessly charge your smartphone, so long as that smartphone is a Nokia Lumia handset.