In many parts of the world, Nokia sells more mobile phones than any other competitor, even if those devices are in the low-end and medium-range of the market.
It's certainly not news that Apple is doing well in the US, or in the worldwide smartphone market, but now it's making a significant mark on the entire global handset industry.
Despite all the major setbacks and negative publicity Nokia has faced over the last year or so, it is still actually the #1 manufacturer of cell phones.
Nokia posted its fourth quarter numbers today, and although it lost a staggering €1.07 billion ($1.38 billion), it could have been much worse.
The Nokia-Windows Phone partnership appears to be working pretty well so far.
Nokia's goal with the Lumia 710 is to establish it as the smartphone for consumers on a budget.
The second Windows Phone-powered Nokia phone to launch in the US will be coming to AT&T.
The Nokia Lumia 710, powered by T-Mobile, launches today in the US.
Nokia wants to set itself apart not only as a Windows Phone manufacturer, but a software maker as well.
There have apparently been a few major companies that have voiced interest in acquiring fledgling Blackberry maker Research in Motion.
T-Mobile is finally back in the spotlight again as the flagship carrier to offer a Windows Phone-powered Nokia handset in the US.
A new interview with a high-ranking Nokia executive shows the company is either out of touch with the smartphone competition or just hitting the PR spin button a little too hard.
After gaining a good deal of traction in Europe, Nokia is now ready to unveil its flagship Windows Phone-powered product to the States.
Nokia apparently believes kids are fed up with Apple's wildly popular iPhone. If you ask me, this controversial claim is incredibly reminiscent of Steve Ballmer insisting the iPhone would have no real chance of succeeding in the mobile market.
Invitations have been sent out for an event in New York City, promising that "T-Mobile and Nokia have something exciting in the works."
Ahead of a major new move with Nokia, Microsoft's mobile platform is not heading in the direction it wants to be.
A Pacific Crest Securities analyst has slashed an earlier forecast for Nokia Windows Phone 7 sales from two million to a mere 500,000 units this quarter.
There are now more smartphones being shipped to China than any other country.
The new relationship between Nokia and Microsoft looks like it will extend beyond Windows Phone.
While the mobile phone industry saw only a tepid growth of 5.6% in the most recent quarter, the number of people buying smartphones is rapidly on the rise.