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BlackBerry sues Nokia, alleging networking patent infringement

BlackBerry sues Nokia, alleging networking patent infringement Two former smartphone kings, Nokia and BlackBerry, have become embroiled in a lawsuit involving patents relating to networking gear.More: Nokia announces the return of the legendary 3310 The Canadian-based company said Nokia provides these devices and services to carriers such as T-Mobile and AT&T for their LTE networks, and BlackBerry alleges that “Nokia has persisted in encouraging the use” of these devices without a license.

Your next device could run on a network called LTE-U thanks to T-Mobile

Your next device could run on a network called LTE-U thanks to T-Mobile It’s a newly approved (the Federal Communications Commission gave it the green light on Wednesday) variant of the 4G LTE network that actually shares radio frequencies with radio routers and Bluetooth headphones.It basically adds additional bandwidth to your network, which could mean faster, smoother connections.

New Nokia 3310 will have a color display, report says, so 'Snake' will look super dope

New Nokia 3310 will have a color display, report says, so 'Snake' will look super dope We may have a few more details about what the new version of Nokia's classic 3310 will look like.The handset will ship with a color display and have feature phone capabilities, according to information from Chinese site Vtech, which claims to have leaked information about the upcoming handset.

Nokia has confidence its VR cameras, smartphones, 5G tech will drive growth

Nokia has confidence its VR cameras, smartphones, 5G tech will drive growth ” He touted its strength in licensing, highlighting its Ozo virtual reality platform and close working relationship with smartphone maker HMD Global.More: The New Nokia 3310 will feature swappable face plates, according to new leak Suri announced that Nokia would partner with Verizon and Intel to deploy 5G-enabled “next-generation video and entertainment services.

Legendary Nokia 3310 returns with color screen and good old Snake

Legendary Nokia 3310 returns with color screen and good old Snake This year's Mobile World Congress is all about nostalgia.Take HMD, for instance: The company showed three new Android phones, but the one that got the most attention was the rebooted Nokia 3310, which is essentially a lowly, cheap feature phone.

Oh hey, Nokia's releasing some underwhelming Android phones

Oh hey, Nokia's releasing some underwhelming Android phones And while the pinnacle of this nostalgia-fest was the resurrected Nokia 3310, HMD was also there to show off a portfolio of inexpensive Android phones.The company promised a global launch for its top phone, the Nokia 6, and introduced two new, cheaper Androids; the Nokia 3 and the Nokia 5.

Nokia’s back at it again with the brick phone. And it has snake.

Nokia’s back at it again with the brick phone. And it has snake. Not sure what’s more exciting really – a family of new smartphones or the rebirth of that iconic Nokia phone the world drooled over way back when.Well, the new 3310 will have a 22-hour talk time and boast a month-long standby battery time.

HMD’s Nokia 6, 5, and 3 are budget phones with great build quality: Our first take

HMD’s Nokia 6, 5, and 3 are budget phones with great build quality: Our first take The Nokia 6, which first launched in China last year, will be available globally.It will be followed by two lower-performing and smaller devices — the Nokia 5 and the Nokia 3.

HMD’s Nokia 3310 throwback will last for a month on standby: Our first take

HMD’s Nokia 3310 throwback will last for a month on standby: Our first take Like most Nokia phones at the time, it was known for its long battery life and its ability to survive almost anything.Apart from announcing two new smartphones, and the global availability of the Nokia 6, HMD took the wraps off the new, reimagined Nokia 3310.

The next big trend in phones? Nostalgia.

The next big trend in phones? Nostalgia. Take BlackBerry's KEYone for example.At 49 euros a piece, I bet it'll sell like crazy.

Why are other mobile phones shining right now? Because Samsung isn't

Why are other mobile phones shining right now? Because Samsung isn't Out of the dozens of smartphones announced at Mobile World Congress every year, the only ones that have historically mattered were Samsung’s flagship Galaxy phones.In years past, the Korean electronics giant uses MWC in Barcelona as a global stage to launch new Galaxy S phones.

The Nostalgia Tech Trend Is Bad

The Nostalgia Tech Trend Is Bad In fact, this resurgence of nostalgia tech really underscores a giant problem with the tech space in general: innovation.Plus, BlackBerry (the old one) already tried the nostalgia play with the Priv back in 2015.

New Nokia-Branded Handsets Mark Return of Snake

New Nokia-Branded Handsets Mark Return of Snake Will the real Nokia 3310 please stand up?During this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, HMD Global Oy introduced a modernized version of the Nokia 3310 mobile phone (pictured).

It's embarrassing how much I suck at playing 'Snake' on the new Nokia 3310

It's embarrassing how much I suck at playing 'Snake' on the new Nokia 3310 Before there was Candy Crush or Pokémon Go, there was only one game everyone played on their cellphones: Snake.The game's concept is simple: Maneuver a snake around the screen as it grows longer and longer and try to avoid eating its tail.

Thirsting for the new Nokia 3310? Just make sure it works where you live

Thirsting for the new Nokia 3310? Just make sure it works where you live Turns out people want durable dumbphones that'll last longer than a year.The bad news though is that it might not even work: The Nokia 3310 relies on 2.

DT Daily MWC 2017: Top Tech awards, Snake on the Nokia 3310, and more

DT Daily MWC 2017: Top Tech awards, Snake on the Nokia 3310, and more We got hold of the Nokia 3310 to try it out.Not because it’s a high-tech masterpiece, but because it has a revamped version of the classic Snake game.

‘Snake’ isn’t the only game you can play on the nostalgia-heavy Nokia 3310

‘Snake’ isn’t the only game you can play on the nostalgia-heavy Nokia 3310 HMD’s Nokia 3310 may be the most popular phone at Mobile World Congress 2017, and a part of its nostalgic lure has been the modernized version of Snake that’s installed on the “dumb” phone.The new Nokia 3310 runs on 2G networks, costs about $52, has a monthlong standby battery life, lets you make calls and text people as well as browse the internet via the Opera Mini browser.

Why These Great Game Consoles Failed Spectacularly

Why These Great Game Consoles Failed Spectacularly There are few classes of consumer electronics that have had as exhilarating heights and as cringe-inducing lows as video game consoles.In 1983, the video game market crashed.

Exiled businessman behind $61 million deal to buy luxury smartphone maker Vertu

Exiled businessman behind $61 million deal to buy luxury smartphone maker Vertu The sale comes just 18 months after Vertu was purchased by Hong Kong-based Godin Holdings, but this time the deal is considerably more controversial.court deemed to be fraudulently obtained, forcing Nokia to write-off $818 million due to exposure at the time.