Nokia

  • An Interview With Bryan Biniak, The Man Aiming To Bring Instagram To Nokia’s Windows Phones

    An Interview With Bryan Biniak, The Man Aiming To Bring Instagram To Nokia’s Windows Phones

    Nokia’s Bryan Biniak has a tough job — he’s the guy who forges partnerships with all the hottest apps to bring them aboard Nokia devices, which now means Windows Phone 8. However, even with it’s steady growth, the Windows Phone platform only accounts for around 5 percent of the global market, behind second-place iOS and ever-growing Android. For small, lean startups… Read More

  • Nokia, Please Keep Going

    Nokia, Please Keep Going

    So, finally, Nokia has stopped teasing its flagship Lumia 1020 and let us event goers get some long awaited hands-on time with the thing. It’s definitely not your run-of-the-mill Windows Phone, but is that camera-centric kookiness enough to make the Lumia 1020 worth that $299 price tag? The jury’s still out on that one, but so far the 1020 definitely seems like a Windows Phone… Read More

  • Nokia And Path Partner To Bring The Private Social Network To Windows Phone

    Nokia And Path Partner To Bring The Private Social Network To Windows Phone

    Path is preparing to cross to the Windows Phone mobile platform — one of the more ‘private’ mobile OSes currently in play, with its marginal market share compared to the dominant duo of Android and iOS. Which sounds like a perfect fit for a private social network. Path co-founder and CEO, Dave Morin, confirmed to TechCrunch the network is “coming to Windows Phone… Read More

  • Nokia Releases New Imaging SDK, With Yelp, Path, Oggl And Foursquare As Early Partners (But Still No Instagram)

    Nokia Releases New Imaging SDK, With Yelp, Path, Oggl And Foursquare As Early Partners (But Still No Instagram)

    The much-leaked “focus” of today’s Nokia news was its new 1020 Lumia handset with a 41-meagpixel camera, but behind the scenes the company has spent just as much time focusing on what apps would be on the phone to spur consumers to want to buy and use the device. That was spearheaded today with the launch of Nokia’s Imaging SDK, available today, for developers to… Read More

  • Nokia Officially Outs The Lumia 1020 And Its 41-Megapixel Camera

    Nokia Officially Outs The Lumia 1020 And Its 41-Megapixel Camera

    Well, that was pretty anticlimactic. After teasing us mercilessly for the past few weeks, Nokia’s Stephen Elop has taken the stage here in New York to surprise absolutely no one and officially reveal the Nokia Lumia 1020.
    Well, that was pretty anticlimactic. After teasing us mercilessly for the past few weeks, Nokia’s Stephen Elop has taken the stage here in New York to… Read More

  • Live Blog From Nokia’s Not-So-Mysterious Lumia 1020 Event

    Live Blog From Nokia’s Not-So-Mysterious Lumia 1020 Event

    As Rafiki from the Lion King once said, “It is time.” Nokia is gearing up to make a big announcement with little-to-no mystery baked in. Leaks abounded for the Nokia Lumia 1020 in the past few hours, which we’ll undoubtedly meet in real life for the first time today. Read More

  • Leaks Abound For The Almost-Announced Nokia Lumia 1020 With 41MP Camera

    Leaks Abound For The Almost-Announced Nokia Lumia 1020 With 41MP Camera

    Mere hours before we expect Nokia to show off the Lumia 1020 in all its glory, the phone has found itself splayed across the internet for anyone to see. Alongside some leaked press shots, AT&T also seems to have accidentally published a video of the new 41-megapixel camera-equipped smartphone to YouTube, which the nice folks at Engadget pulled for us. Oh, and if that weren’t enough… Read More

  • Nokia, Please Stop

    Nokia, Please Stop

    Today my worst fears came to pass: Nokia will release a 41-megapixel monstrosity called the Lumia 1020. It is basically a Lumia phone, which is fine, but it has a bright flash, an acceptable lens, and a pro camera app. The only thing Nokia didn’t add was market insight and common sense. Nokia is famous for making goofy phones. It seems there is some predilection towards brief insanity… Read More

  • Nokia Keeps Driving Its HERE Maps With Paid Global Sat-Nav App For Other Windows Phones

    Nokia Keeps Driving Its HERE Maps With Paid Global Sat-Nav App For Other Windows Phones

    After picking up another location licensee yesterday in Esri, Nokia is continuing to push its HERE mapping business beyond its own smartphone hardware. Today it’s announcing the forthcoming release of its turn-by-turn sat-nav software with offline global maps, HERE Drive+, for all Windows Phone 8 devices, not just its own Lumia line of smartphones. Read More

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