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Hands-on review: The Nokia 8
Overall, the Nokia 8 is a great all-rounder phone with all the right things in it, and nothing too excessive.
Nostalgia or nonsense? Nokia’s revamped brick launches in NZ next week
The Nokia 3310 3G retains some of the features of the past but has obviously had some Botox, a tummy tuck and new organ replacements.
Experts meet at event to discuss India’s burgeoning IoT industry
India's IoT market is expected to grow from $1.3b in 2016 to $9b in 2020 - experts met at the third oneM2M Industry day to discuss the implications.
Spark named exclusive carrier of Nokia in New Zealand
All Nokia smartphones feature “a pure Android experience” which includes monthly security updates.
The ol’ brick is back: Nokia releases four new phones
Safe to say these aren’t the lethal weapons we remember, but I'm glad they're back...
M1 takes on Nokia tech to offer network-based mobile security
Singapore telecommunications provider M1 says it has built Asia’s very first network-based mobile malware detection solution.
Nokia emerges from the shadows with a massive line-up of consumer health products
Nokia makes a surprise re-entry to the stage with their range of connected health products.
Vodafone prepares mobile network for NZ's expected IoT surge
“IoT is approaching a tipping point and it’s starting to transform the way we live our lives and run our businesses."
Nokia & KDDI’s 5G trial showcases network potential for world’s megacities
"Working with Nokia, we want to develop the use of technologies that deliver on the promise of 5G to meet our subscribers’ needs."
Nokia announces OZO Reality vision for VR
At NAB 2017 in Las Vegas, Nokia will unveil a range of new technologies to its OZO product line-up.
Nokia's latest Threat Intelligence Report: Smartphone malware skyrockets 400%
Malware infections on smartphones rose nearly 400% in 2016, according to the latest Threat Intelligence Report from Nokia.
Nokia’s back at it again with the brick phone. And it has snake.
Hold the phone: Nokia has unveiled three new smartphones at MWC, however it's the comeback of the iconic brick 3310 that is making the most noise.
Nokia makes official comeback with Android smartphone in China
“Our ambition is to deliver a premium product, which meets consumer needs at every price point, in every market."
Ericsson & Nokia aim to reach beyond their CSP customer base
Wanting to expand into new markets isn’t something new for either Ericsson or Nokia.
Nokia tech to power FiberStar ethernet infrastructure in Bali & Java
"FiberStar partnered with Nokia because we have the same passion to accelerate national development & improve the quality of life for Indonesians."
Nokia’s Global Services business makes progress in reinventing itself
"Vendors like Nokia find themselves challenged to grow their top line and increasingly tested to drive margin increases."
Vodafone & Nokia showcase first public 5G network trial in Sydney
Vodafone Australia and Nokia have showcased the first glimpse of 5G speeds at a public demonstration in Sydney yesterday morning.
Nokia deploys first commercial WAN-SDN carrier in China
As IDC network loads get heavier, operators are turning to cloud-based technologies to balance their network.
Microsoft focuses smartphones on the enterprise - better late than never
Microsoft recently announced a further scaling back of the mobile phone manufacturing business that it acquired from Nokia in 2013.
Nokia ramps up data center play
Nokia has launched new data center services and teamed up with integrated manufacturing company Sanmina to collaborate on data center solutions.
New ANZ boss to lead new Nokia
Nokia, which last Thursday celebrated its first day of combined operations with Alcatel-Lucent, has appointed Ray Owen as its ANZ head.
Microsoft restructure 'major surgery, long overdue'
Microsoft's phone business restructure is indicative of changes many companies are undergoing as they reposition themselves in the digital economy.
Microsoft takes US$7.6 billion hit on phone business, slashes jobs
Microsoft is slashing its workforce and has taken a US$8.3 billion hit as the global giant pulls back from its phone business.
Alcatel-Lucent - Nokia merger: risky?
"Maintaining two different product portfolios and servicing existing customers would counteract the benefits of increased scale.”