Microsoft's purchase signals its commitment to mobile devises, but it might be too little, too late.
No, Surface isn't going away, and the Nokia acquisition may actually be a good thing for the fledgling hardware brand.
What a difference a few years makes: In a slide deck explaining the deal, Microsoft explains the domino effect that begins with phones.
Microsoft has bought the Devices & Services division of Nokia. Here's what Steve Ballmer had to say about the acquisition.
Microsoft said Monday night that it would acquire Nokia's devices business, including phones, in a bid to control the fate of the WIndows Phone platform.
The new phone is rumored to have a 20-megapixel camera and pro-level lenses.
Advertising firm AdDuplex claims its servers have been pinged by a new Surface RT slate, a new Surface Pro, and a new Windows tablet by Nokia.
The next time you fly Delta, don’t be surprised if a smartphone takes your drink order. The airline announced today that over 19,000 flight attendants will now carry Nokia Lumia 820 handsets for processing in-flight purchases.
Putting out a tablet when other vendors are stepping away from the unpopular OS makes little sense, say analysts, who think Nokia should focus on its struggling smartphone business.
Nokia has started rolling out the Amber software update to its Lumia smartphones, which will allow users to take better pictures and get new camera apps.