Nokia has already forgotten about Microsoft and Windows Phone. The reinvigorated company has launched the N1 tablet, which runs Android 5.0 Lollipop, plus Nokia's own Z Launcher user interface. It'll go on sale next year for $250.
Nokia may have sold its mobile devices division to Microsoft, but it's still got plenty of life left in it. The firm has teased the announcement of something new at a startup event this week, and all will be revealed on November 18.
Microsoft will reveal the first Lumia phone to wear its own name instead of Nokia's, at an event held on November 11. The phone is a mystery for now, but a teaser video gives us a hint of what's to come.
According to a court filing, Samsung no longer wishes to pay royalties to Microsoft. According to Samsung, the problem lies in Microsoft's purchase of Nokia, which makes Microsoft a direct hardware competitor.
Nokia Networks has been working on a new feature set which could add several benefits to devices connected to 3G networks around the world, including more battery life, faster browsing, and quicker call connections.
Microsoft will do just about anything to get you interested in the Lumia 930 smartphone. Take a look at this cute video featuring a family of adorable cats using the phone to keep in touch. Yes, we said cats.
If you're tempted by the Lumia 830 Windows Phone smartphone - and we think it's worthy of your attention - then AT&T has some good news for you: It'll start selling the new 4G LTE phone in the near future.