The latest version of the smash casual gaming hit will eventually make its way to Microsoft's mobile platform.
Nokia has had so much success with its Windows Phone push, it's deciding to show Microsoft even more love.
There are enough smartphones in the US to account for nearly one in every three Americans.
Samsung is apparently quite interested in the next update to Microsoft's mobile phone platform.
Nokia is feeling increasingly confident that it can play with the big boys in today's smartphone race.
Microsoft's today - at last - releasing a beta version of Skype for Windows Phone, giving users free audio and video calls over 3G, 4G or Wifi. The full release is due in April.
This is either a testament to just how well Nokia entered the Windows Phone market, or how poor the market was before.
Apparently Microsoft wants to start up a new music streaming platform even though it already has one called the Zune Music Pass.
The Nokia N9 will go down in mobile history as something of an enigma.
Nokia has announced that it plans to cut another 4,400 jobs at its manufacturing plants by the end of the year.
If you want the latest byproduct of the Nokia-Microsoft partnership, head to a Microsoft Store and stake your claim for a Lumia 900 smartphone.
Up until now, there hasn't been a defining "Windows Phone," but Nokia's Lumia 710 fits that bill and it's reason enough to commend the device.
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.
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.
In three years, it's suggested that Windows Phone will leapfrog ahead Apple's iOS platform.
Nokia's goal with the Lumia 710 is to establish it as the smartphone for consumers on a budget.
Microsoft's next push to make Windows Phone differentiated and relevant will revolve around deep integration with Skype.
The second Windows Phone-powered Nokia phone to launch in the US will be coming to AT&T.