The new trend in smartphone design is: Screw it! We've run out of ideas so, let's just make it big. Everyone will see that our phone is clearly different because it is so damn big! It will have to hang off people's backs so other people will see our phone, our brand, and it will be really big. Right there, in their faces.
We will not be ignored. End of missive from smartphone marketing department head, Dickie Little.
Former rubber boot maker Nokia is likely to report that it has come back from the dead.
Nokia has partnered with Verizon to become the exclusive carrier of its most recently announced smartphone, the Lumia 822.
The latest entry in Nokia's brand-redifining Lumia brand has been introduced.
The next iteration of Windows Phone is here.
Nokia Music has just gone live in the US.
Nokia has posted what it hopes will become a viral video, ahead of the launch of Windows Phone 8.
Nokia is planning a media event in early September, with the only rational assumption being that it will announce the world's first Windows 8 phone.
The newest version of Windows Phone, known as "Tango," is rolling out to Nokia's Lumia-branded phones.
Nokia's slashing 10,000 jobs and closing production and research sites, in an effort to staunch its losses.
Although it doesn't seem to be having an impact on sales yet, Nokia wants to keep its Carl Zeiss partnership intact.
What could Nokia do to generate more Lumia buzz?
Four of the biggest telecom carriers in Europe are unhappy with the Nokia Lumia phone range, a survey by Reuters reveals.
Despite a number of initial teething problems, Nokia's Lumia 900 may be the closest a Windows Phone 7 device has ever come to beating Apple's wildly popular iPhone.
After previously thinking it would break even this quarter, Nokia is now predicting a 3% loss.
The new entry in Nokia's Lumia Windows Phone line is now available.
It may just be over-zealous marketing hype, but AT&T is saying the Lumia 900 Windows Phone will be "a notch above" anything in the carrier's history.
Microsoft and Nokia are setting aside a combined $24 million to help create new Windows Phone apps.
Nokia has confirmed that it is working on a Windows 8 tablet, and has provided new details.
Nokia is feeling increasingly confident that it can play with the big boys in today's smartphone race.