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A Nokia Android phone might not be so crazy

Several reports claim Nokia's working on a low-end phone running a highly modified version of Android, despite its new Microsoftian overlords

Battle of the Windows RT displays: Lumia 2520 shines but the Surface 2 stutters

Nokia's Lumia 2520 has the best screen that DisplayMate has ever tested. The Surface 2? Not so much.

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Smartphone report card 2013: Which vendors passed, which vendors failed?

We'll give you a hint: BlackBerry did not make the dean's list.

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Microsoft's most monumental hits, misses, and moments of 2013

Windows 8.1 and Xbox arrived. Ballmer's leaving, but he bought part of Nokia first. Just another year in the life of a company struggling to stay relevant.

Europe clears Microsoft acquisition of Nokia devices business

The EU's OK along with FTC approval over the weekend means the acquisition of Nokia's smartphone business can move forward.

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Nokia targets low-end Android competitors with two new Asha smartphones

The flagship Asha 503 model is available in countries such as France, Italy, the UK and Portugal.

Nokia expands low-end push with Lumia 525

Nokia is hoping that availability of its low-end Lumia 525 in countries like China and Russia will soon give its smartphone sales a boost.

Nokia lays groundwork for next-generation virtualized mobile networks

Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) and Korean operator SK Telecom have demonstrated the potential for virtualizing the core of a mobile network, which will make it easier for operators to roll out new services.

Nokia runs into hurdles over transfer of India factory to Microsoft

Nokia has asked a court in Delhi to revoke a freeze on its factory in India over a tax dispute, ahead of the proposed acquisition by Microsoft of its handset business.

Sierra Wireless files complaints about Nokia's patent licensing

Canadian wireless modem maker Sierra Wireless has filed complaints with the European Commission (EC) and the FTC laiming that Nokia is behaving unfairly in patent licensing.