13 Aug 2014
London: Soon you can use traffic noise, music, chants from a football ground and even your own voice to charge your cell phone.
25 Jun 2014
New Delhi: Nokia has unveiled the successor to the not so popular Nokia X, named as Nokia X2 Dual SIM. The smartphone will be available at Rs 8,100 without taxes and subsidies.
23 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Global software giant Microsoft has launched the most affordable Lumia smartphone - the Lumia 530 which is based on Windows 8.1.
10 Jun 2014
New Delhi: Known for providing sturdy build quality and funky designs of phones, Nokia’s Lumia 630 is the first Windows Phone 8.1 based smartphone that is currently available in the market.
20 May 2014
New Delhi: Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia on Tuesday said it will redeem senior notes worth 800 million euros (over Rs 6,423 crore) as part of its plan to reduce the interest outgo.
15 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Microsoft Corporation is planning its biggest round of job cuts in five years as the software maker looks to integrate Nokia Oyj's handset unit, a media outlet reported, citing people with knowledge of the company's plans.
17 May 2014
New Delhi: Finnish handset making company, Nokia, has launched 225 Dual SIM handset with an internet enabled feature at just Rs 3,199, which is available at company's official Nokia Shop. The phone is available in black, white, red, and yellow colour options.
27 May 2014
Kochi: To cash in on the rising demand for Smartphones, Microsoft Devices launched Nokia XL, the company's flagship large screen offering of affordable smartphones, in Kerala on Tuesday.
17 Jul 2014
New York: In the first major realignment of workforce since India-born Satya Nadella took over as CEO, Microsoft has announced slashing of up to 18,000 jobs worldwide by next year as the software giant attempts to sharpen focus on cloud and mobile offerings.
12 Jul 2014
Chennai: Tamil Nadu Government on Friday blamed previous UPA regime for the troubles faced by Nokia's Chennai plant which was kept out of Microsoft acquisition pact in the wake of Rs 21,000 crore tax dues raised by the I-T Department.