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Microsoft cuts 1,850 mobile staff signaling the end of Lumia phones

Microsoft cuts 1,850 mobile staff signaling the end of Lumia phones The rollercoaster ride that saw Microsoft acquire Nokia has come to an abrupt end, and around 1850 former Nokians are about to be tossed clear from the train.A further 500 jobs will be cut at other locations around the globe, but Microsoft didn’t specify where.

Microsoft may target the iMac with new all-in-one Surface PC

Microsoft may target the iMac with new all-in-one Surface PC When Microsoft announced its original Surface and Surface Pro four years ago, the company was diving into uncharted waters with a new, ARM-based iteration of its operating system and a higher-end x86 PC hardware packed into a tablet form factor.Now there are rumors that Microsoft will unveil a new, all-in-one Surface to take on the iMac, possibly alongside some type of Surface Phone.

Microsoft cuts nearly 3,000 jobs to complete its destruction of Nokia

Microsoft cuts nearly 3,000 jobs to complete its destruction of Nokia Everyone knew when Nokia hired a former Microsoft executive as its CEO that the two companies were going to get chummy.And we certainly didn’t think Microsoft would basically burn down the remains of Nokia in the following years.

Nokia teases new Android phone for February 26 announcement

Nokia teases new Android phone for February 26 announcement After announcing a China-only Android phone recently, Nokia and hardware partner HMD Global are teasing another reveal for February 26th.The Nokia that exists now is essentially what was left after Microsoft acquired the company’s mobile device business.

/fit/ lad chats up a horny lass

/fit/ lad chats up a horny lass 5 Anonymous 01/ 22/ 17( Sun) 14: 23: 12 No.401 094822240097421 if2 go to mobile phone shop to buy a cheap Nokiacute customer care associate is all over meSomebody as big as you can handle a nicerphone than that" she winksshe clearly wants the D2 get new iphone and she is impressedshe gives me a special for me withhands free headset, car charger and Angry Birdsphone case forcast more if I sign up for 24month contract which is fine,2 winks again and touches my armplanning on going back to buy a third phone so Ican get her digitsit 2240111810 it

Rumor suggests Nokia 5 and 3 to debut at MWC, alongside modernized Nokia 3310

Rumor suggests Nokia 5 and 3 to debut at MWC, alongside modernized Nokia 3310 Blass also said Nokia’s MWC announcement would include three other devices, two of which will be the Nokia 5 and the Nokia 3.The Nokia 5 is rumored to have a 5.

Legendary Nokia 3310 might be coming back this month

Legendary Nokia 3310 might be coming back this month For many, the answer is Nokia 3310, a nearly indestructible phone that predates the smartphone era by nearly a decade.Now, according to a report by reliable leaker of all things mobile, Evan Blass, the Nokia 3310 is poised for a triumphant return.

Nokia is resurrecting the iconic 3310 phone

Nokia is resurrecting the iconic 3310 phone For over a decade, Nokia dominated the smartphone and feature phone markets — and one of the devices that cemented its position as an early leader in the cell phone industry was the Nokia 3310.At first glance, the Nokia 3310 doesn’t look like the kind of device anyone would care about in 2017.

Nokia announces the return of the legendary 3310

Nokia announces the return of the legendary 3310 Readers of a certain age might recall the Nokia 3310, the 2000-era cell phone successor to the popular Nokia 3210.It’s during the aforementioned video that Nokia announced the Nokia 3310 would be making a comeback.

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.