09 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Income Tax Department has slapped fresh tax notice on Nokia India, tax authorities said today. The Finnish telecom firm, however, wants the fresh demand to be included in the ongoing negotiations between India and Finland to resolve the Rs 2,000-crore tax dispute.
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.
17 Jul 2015
HELSINKI: When U.S. software giant Microsoft bought Nokia's struggling mobile phone business last year, the inhabitants of Salo - a town of 54,000 in southern Finland - thought the move would revive the local economy.
29 Jul 2015
HELSINKI: Finland's Nokia, once the world's largest phone maker, has unveiled a spherical camera designed for making 3D movies and games that can be watched and played with virtual reality headsets.
22 Aug 2015
HELSINKI: Microsoft Corp on Friday confirmed it will close Nokia's former handset product development unit in Salo, Finland, and will cut a total of up to 2,300 jobs in the Nordic country.
10 Aug 2015
FRANKFURT: Nokia is hiring software experts, testing new products and seeking sales partners as it plots its return to the mobile phone and consumer tech arena it abandoned with the sale of its handset business.
30 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Long-pending network expansion plan of MTNL may get delayed further as telecom equipment supplier Nokia Networks, which was the lowest bidder for the project, has rejected the purchase order from the PSU.
03 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Ending the deadlock over supply of equipment to upgrade state-owned MTNL's network, Nokia Networks has accepted 'security' clauses put forth by the PSU major.
19 Jun 2015
Washington: Finnish handset maker Nokia has revealed that it is returning to mobile phones business. The company sold its devices and services business to Microsoft last year.
04 Aug 2015
Frankfurt: German car makers BMW, Audi and Mercedes-Benz have teamed up to buy digital mapping service HERE for 2.8 billion euros (USD 3.1 billion) from Nokia, the Finnish telecoms group said today.