Microsoft’s announcement to buy Nokia has acquired the share of mobile manufacturer to increase significantly. After Microsoft’s announcement that they are buying Nokia’s mobile division…
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Microsoft will purchase Nokia’s mobile business for 40.5 billion kroner. Microsoft stands poised to buy mobile part in Nokia, reported in a press release that…
Just now sending Nokia Press Conference live on the Web. We will keep you updated on this one.
Microsoft has earlier today announced that they will buy Nokia’s mobile division of 40.5 billion Danish kroner.
This communication has been Nokia’s stock to rise by more than 40 percent.
Just now the Nokia press conference where, among other things, Steve Ballmer is on stage. He tells, among other things, that is perhaps the nicest 1020 Lumia unit, which has come out of their collaboration with Windows Phones over the last two-and-a-half years ‘ time.
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After Microsoft’s announcement of the Nokia acquisition it is unclear what will happen with the Nokia name.
If all bodies approve it, Microsoft will at the beginning of 2014 have taken over Nokia’s mobile divisions. It will say “Nokia Smart Devices” and “Nokia Mobile Phone”.
The most obvious question from many Nokia fans is what to do with the name NOKIA. And exactly that question, it is not easy to get usable answers to. Continue reading What Happens with “Nokia” Name in the Future?
A bonus of 3.25 millions dollars to be shared out among good 10,000 Lenovo employees. After a very nice year for Lenovo where they are…
The outgoing top-manager at Microsoft, Steve Ballmer confirms to Stephen Elop is a candidate for CEO-Chair in the Microsoft. In an interview with the our site confirms…
Microsoft takes over 32,000 Nokia employees and they should continue to work, where they have done so far, promises Microsoft Chief.
Nokia’s mobile division has just been bought by Microsoft for approx. 40.5 billion Danish kroner, but it does not mean Nokia moves to the United States.
Nokia’s mobile development will remain located in Finland, it should serve as the framework for Microsoft’s “main office” in Europe. It has the outgoing Microsoft ceo, Steve Ballmer, has just stated at a press conference Tuesday morning. Continue reading Microsoft Is Not Nokia from Finland
Mobile carrier Verizon bought Vodafone out of their joint subsidiary Verizon Wireless for a record-breaking giant-amount. The U.S. mobile carrier Verizon Communications has bought the…
There are a lot of technical devices, which can facilitate the everyday life of people with disabilities – now gives applications new opportunities. There are…
LG has officially announced their new tablet G Pad 8.3, which is the first since their Optimus Pad. See the details here.
LG has officially announced their newest tablet, which gets the name G Pad 8.3 and is the first LG tablet since Optimus Pad.
G Pad 8.3 comes with a 8.3 inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor at 1.7 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 5 megapixel camera, 16 GB of internal memory and a battery on the entire 4.600 mAh. Under the hood we find Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. LG G Pad 8.3 has a weight of 338 grams. Continue reading LG G Pad 8.3-Officially Announced
Android Manager has announced that the next Android version will not get the name Key Lime Pie, but will instead be called KitKat.
Android Manager Sundar Pichai has announced on his Google +-profile, to the next Android version (version 4.4) will get the name KitKat and not Key Lime Pie, which would otherwise have been expected.
Together with his tweet posted Pichai also a picture of the Kit Kat-shape, which already have been lined up outside the Google headquarters – along with the other shapes such as Ice Cream Sandwich, Gingerbread and Jelly Bean. Continue reading Android 4.4 Will Be Named KitKat
Rumors and conspiracies about Stephen Elop and Nokia sales are in full swing.
The past few years there have been many rumours and speculations about an imminent sale of Nokia. These were given new nourishment of Stephen Elop in 2010 set out in the Executive Chair in Nokia, and stated that the primary future smartphone platform should be Windows Phone.
Elop came from a top command in Microsoft.
After accession in Nokia continued Its market share rapidly downward, which sparked speculation that Stephen Elop had infiltrated Nokia, in order to get the company’s market value down at such a low level that the Finnish company was interesting for Microsoft, write our site. Continue reading Stephen Elop Has Infiltrated Nokia?
Apple holds event on 10. September in San Francisco, but has also invited for a new event Wednesday, 11. September in China. Apple yesterday evening the official…