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.
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.
Here it is then, Nokia's first major product since Microsoft bought its mobile phone unit 2 years ago. Determined to get into virtual reality early on, the Finnish company has unveiled Ozo, a VR camera ball that helps media pros capture…
Nokia hasn't done a whole lot in consumer tech since selling off its mobile phone business to Microsoft in 2013. However, that could be about to change, with a report suggesting the Finnish company is set to unveil a VR product at a special…
Nokia has addressed rumors of its possible return to making smartphones, in an official statement published on its website. In it, the company explains how it could make a new phone, and when it may be possible.
After a year-long executive role at Microsoft, Stephen Elop's voluntarily stepping down. Consolidation is the reason, apparently -- as part of Microsoft's streamlining efforts, Elop's current position will soon no longer exist.
Microsoft may have killed the most interesting device in Nokia's portfolio: a smartwatch called the Moonraker. Images of the device were spotted on a Microsoft designer's blog, and deemed to be genuine by anonymous sources.