18 Jun 2015
New York: Microsoft announced a management shakeup today, including the departure of Stephen Elop, the former Nokia chief who came on board with the US giant's acquisition of the Finnish firm's handset unit.
18 Nov 2014
New Delhi/Espoo: Within a year of selling its handset and services business to Microsoft, Nokia has again entered the mobile devices segment by unveiling a new tablet N1 in partnership with Taiwanese company Foxconn.
09 Sep 2015
Mumbai: Samsung Mobiles has been ranked as the country's most trusted brand, followed by LG and Sony, in a countrywide poll among consumers conducted by a market research agency.
24 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Government may allow Finnish telecom firm Nokia to sell its Chennai plant with a condition that the money realised will be kept in escrow account till final verdict is out on its Rs 21,000 crore tax dispute.
25 Jun 2015
Hyderabad: Microsoft unveiled its first Priority Reseller Store here and launched Lumia 540 dual SIM smartphone. In India, the transition is being made across a total of 8,872 stores and 119 care centres, T S Sridhar, Director (South), Nokia India Sales Pvt Ltd (a subsidiary of Microsoft Mobile Oy), told reporters here.
07 May 2015
New Delhi: The iconic Snake game which mobile users from 80s and 90s are quite familiar with is going to make a comeback on smartphones as it will be released for iOS, Android and Windows Phone on May 14.
24 Sep 2014
New York: Global asset management giant Blackrock has increased its stake in Nokia by over 5 percent.
13 May 2015
Chennai: Nokia Networks' Chennai factory has manufactured two million components of telecom networks, a quarter of which have been used for fourth generation (4G) technology, a company statement said on Wednesday.
23 Mar 2015
New Delhi: The government is working to ensure there is no repeat of Nokia-like plant closure and is trying to get justice for workers of the Finnish company's India unit, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Monday.
17 Apr 2015
Stockholm: Sweden's Ericsson, the world's biggest maker of mobile telecoms equipment, will probably have to expand its range of fixed line products to defend its turf following Nokia's purchase of Alcatel-Lucent.