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Amazon's US pre-order site hasn't heard the news yet nor has Nokia USA's on-line store. Nevertheless, Nokia assures us that the E72 is "in stores now" and should cost €350 (as announced) before taxes and carrier subsidies are applied. Remember, this S60-powered followup to the much loved E71 s...

November 16th 2009 at 7:33am 0 Comments
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Amazon's US pre-order site hasn't heard the news yet nor has Nokia USA's on-line store. Nevertheless, Nokia assures us that the E72 is "in stores now" and should cost €350 (as announced) before taxes and carrier subsidies are applied. Remember, this S60-powered followup to the much loved E71 s...

November 16th 2009 at 7:33am 0 Comments
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While Apple stock is up over seven percent since its positive earnings report and conference call yesterday afternoon, both Nokia and Microsoft have released dourer reports about their financial outlook. Microsoft said that it will lay off up to 5,000 people, about five percent of its workforce, ove...

January 22nd 2009 at 11:30am 0 Comments
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And we were thinking the Nokia E65 would find its niche in the business segment, with all that UMTS and WiFi goodness on board. Regular folks need that daily wireless-everything fix too, so Nokia decided to dress up the proper E65 into something more casual, as in pink and purple shells. Word is th...

July 31st 2007 at 3:58am 0 Comments
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Nokia is once again shouting that it wants to be a major player in the mobile media sharing arena by acquiring Twango. If you're big into sharing pictures, video and other digital garb, you may know Twango (founded by former Microsoft employees). And since Nokia sold over 140 million connected digic...

July 28th 2007 at 11:44am 0 Comments
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Cricket customers needing a non-EV-DO handset in Nokia's standard candybar shape needn't look any longer. Leap Wireless announced that the Nokia 6275i is now immediately available from its Cricket retail locations for $199.99. Although the lack of EV-DO disturbs us a bit, the 6275i still offers a 2...

July 19th 2007 at 9:16pm 0 Comments
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Immersion hopes we're creatures of mobile haptics, as the company has licensed its VibeTonz whole-mobile haptic engagement software platform to Nokia. VibeTonz, already licensed to Samsung and included in the SCH-W559 from Verizon Wireless (and many more Samsung handsets), slaps multi-stage vibrati...

July 4th 2007 at 3:05pm 0 Comments
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Nokia wants to get all its mobileheads into one hierarchy or org chart, so the Finnish mobile phone giant is consolidating all of if mobile development into a brand new business unit. This new department within corporate Nokia will be curiously called the "Device" unit, which we see as a direct but...

June 24th 2007 at 11:23pm 0 Comments
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In the latest edition of the love-hate Nokia-Qualcomm legal nastiness that's taking up way too much time these days, those mobile phone giants in Finland have asked a Texas court to make Qualcomm stop infringing on six of its MediaFLO implementations. Nokia has some gall to countersue Qualcomm over...

June 18th 2007 at 6:40pm 0 Comments
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While Nokia and Qualcomm continue various spats and other legal nonsense to the nth degree, the future of 3G may be at risk. Well, not really -- but Nokia says it could very well slow things down, and mobile WiMAX and other technology that Qualcomm can't claim exclusive license to may be a possible...

May 30th 2007 at 2:01pm 0 Comments
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Nokia Communicator fan? If you've quite not found the cash or willingness to spring for the newest Communicator (the E90), take a look at the mobile-review review (after the break) and sink your teeth into it. We've peeped the E90 a few times already, but it's good to have another stab at the thing...

May 23rd 2007 at 4:14pm 0 Comments
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As Nokia's long-awaited N75 clamshell starts hitting AT&T virtual shelves for sale today (finally), the cellphone manufacturer appears to be at a U.S. crossroads. The N75, after all, was supposed to go live in Cingular customers' hands late last year. Come to think of it, where are all the Nokia...

May 7th 2007 at 9:09pm 0 Comments