In an effort to drum up more enthusiasm from manufacturers about the latest version of Windows Phone, Microsoft has relaxed the requirements for licensing the software.
Nokia says its long-time smartphone concept of having a "flexible" hardware and display could be realized in just three years.
Nokia engineers have helped a 50-year-old British man transform his prosthetic arm into a mobile docking station.
After months of build-up and several leaked details about Nokia's plan to switch to Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, the company has finally revealed what all the hype has been about.
Vuzix and Nokia have clinched a potentially lucrative agreement to develop and manufacture see-through waveguide optics for use in near-eye display (NED) systems such as head mounted displays and video eyewear.
Although Nokia's most recent quarter earnings report is far from enviable, it did manage to post numbers that were better than what analysts had been predicting.
The developers of the world’s smallest autofocus lens for mobile devices say Apple and Nokia are considering introducing it.
We're hearing word of what could be the fourth Nokia smartphone to be powered by Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system.
The latest speculation surrounding Nokia's still-newly-minted partnership with Microsoft pegs a new phone called the Ace to be released in early 2012.
The phone that, in its wildest dreams, would have brought Nokia back to the forefront of the mobile race, is finally ready to be shipped.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer acknowledges that sales of Redmond's rapidly evolving Windows Phone 7 have been somewhat lackluster thus far.
The latest mobile scuttlebutt suggests that Samsung will stop supporting Windows Phone if things don't change soon
Apple is poised to show enormous growth in the number of iPhones it ships to market by the end of the calendar year.
A new report claims Intel is poised to "temporarily discontinue" development of its nascent MeeGo operating system due to a lack of enthusiasm from handset and tablet vendors.
Nokia's warning developers that its developer discussion forum has been hacked, and has closed the site down.
Nokia still hasn't completely given up on Symbian.
Devs jumping off the sinking webOS ship are hoping Microsoft can throw them a Windows Phone 7 life-preserver.
If the Windows Phone move doesn't end up working out, Nokia says it's pretty much over.
Motorola seems almost a bit jealous of Nokia's sweetheart Windows Phone deal with Microsoft.
Apple has managed to clinch the number one position in the Q2 global smartphone market as Nokia's shipments declined to 16.7 million units, down from 24.2 million in the previous quarter.