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Nokia is back, buying Withings to get into the health tracking wearable game

Nokia is back, buying Withings to get into the health tracking wearable game

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Just when you thought Nokia wasn't going to be seen around much more, it's announced it will buy wearable health tracking company Withings. Nokia, most recently famous for the release of its Ozo professional grade virtual reality camera, is growing again.... >>

Disney virtual reality content is coming, Nokia Ozo to be used for filming

Disney virtual reality content is coming, Nokia Ozo to be used for filming

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The mighty Disney has announced it will use the Nokia Ozo camera to create virtual reality content.Disney is planning to use the Ozo 360-degree camera to create immersive videos that will be unleashed alongside its movie feature releases.The Nokia Ozo... >>

Nokia Ozo will cost €55,000: Pro-spec VR capture doesn't come cheap

Nokia Ozo will cost €55,000: Pro-spec VR capture doesn't come cheap

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In 2016 virtual reality (VR) is tech's big fish. So it's apt that the pro-spec Nokia Ozo 360-degree VR camera looks like a futuristic flying fish. One priced to the tune €55,000. (Update: since publishing, Nokia has contacted us regarding UK price,... >>

BMW, Mercedes, and Audi close Nokia Here Maps sale - and your next car could benefit

BMW, Mercedes, and Audi close Nokia Here Maps sale - and your next car could benefit

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Audi AG, BMW Group, and Daimler AG now officially own Here, Nokia's digital mapping and location business. The three partners each hold an equal stake. Although it was heavily rumoured for a while that Uber would acquire Nokia's Here Maps, a rival bid... >>

What is Nokia Ozo? Here’s everything you need to know

What is Nokia Ozo? Here’s everything you need to know

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Nokia is alive and well after selling its mobile business to Microsoft. It is now almost ready to fully reveal a new product called Ozo. But what is Ozo? At the moment all Nokia is giving away is a launch webpage with a countdown timer, some glimpses... >>

The Nokia biz that Microsoft didn't buy might debut a VR product next week

The Nokia biz that Microsoft didn't buy might debut a VR product next week

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Nokia is up to something new... and immersive. Although Nokia is mostly about networking equipment and other boring things like that nowadays, the Finnish company is reportedly planning to take a bold jump into the virtual reality market. According to... >>

Uber loses bid to take over Here Maps, BMW, Audi and Mercedes nab it instead

Uber loses bid to take over Here Maps, BMW, Audi and Mercedes nab it instead

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It is no secret that Nokia has been looking to offload its Here Maps service for a while, hoping to use the cash from the sale to further its communication network plans, but it looks like the most expected suitor has failed in its bid to take it over.... >>

Will Uber's $3 billion bid for Here Maps get you home faster?

Will Uber's $3 billion bid for Here Maps get you home faster?

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Uber has allegedly made a $3 billion (£1.9 billion) bid for Nokia's digital mapping service, Here, which could not only aid its drivers in future but expand the global taxi and delivery company into new areas. Nokia previously confirmed that a sale... >>

Microsoft might be working on Lumia Windows 10 phones codenamed Cityman and Talkman

Microsoft might be working on Lumia Windows 10 phones codenamed Cityman and Talkman

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Microsoft is reportedly working on two new Lumia smartphones.The phones, which are being described as "high end", are interesting not only because they're from Microsoft and run on Windows 10, but also because their codenames are based on iconic Nokia... >>

Nokia smartphones to make comeback in 2016, virtual reality tech coming too

Nokia smartphones to make comeback in 2016, virtual reality tech coming too

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Nokia is planning to make a comeback with smartphones in 2016 and it's bringing virtual reality too. According to sources of Re/code, Nokia Technologies, which remains after Microsoft bought Nokia smartphones, has big plans. The sources say not only... >>

Nokia buys Alcatel for £11.2 billion, but not to get back into the smartphone game

Nokia buys Alcatel for £11.2 billion, but not to get back into the smartphone game

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Nokia has officially confirmed that it is to buy Alcatel-Lucent for a total of around 15.6 billion euros (£11.2 billion). It calls the move a merger but also states that the business will operate under the Nokia brand in future. As part of the deal,... >>

Nokia's Here Maps is back for iOS, with offline navigation and more

Nokia's Here Maps is back for iOS, with offline navigation and more

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Over a year after its abrupt removal, Nokia Here Maps has returned to the App Store for iPhone. Nokia decided to remove its Here Maps iPhone app from the App Store in 2013, claiming that elements of iOS 7 harmed the user experience. The app was originally... >>

Nokia N1 is a magnificent tablet, despite the copycat design (hands-on)

Nokia N1 is a magnificent tablet, despite the copycat design (hands-on)

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Nokia announced the N1 tablet in November 2014, but it has been shown off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and we couldn't help but play with it.When Nokia moved its hardware division over to Microsoft devices, it stopped being a hardware company.... >>

Nokia phones are alive and well in the Nokia 215, and at just £18 you can treat it as a 'burner'

Nokia phones are alive and well in the Nokia 215, and at just £18 you can treat it as a 'burner'

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Microsoft might have ditched the Nokia branding for its Lumia smartphones but the Nokia 215 proves that the company is keen to use the name on its lowest cost devices. Indeed, in the 215 it has redefined the term "budget". The internet-ready phone costs... >>

Nokia Here maps app now live in Play Store, with iOS version coming in 2015

Nokia Here maps app now live in Play Store, with iOS version coming in 2015

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Nokia's Here maps app is now available in the Google Play Store, and it's not just for Samsung devices. Positioned as an alternative to Google Maps, Here, formerly called Nokia Maps, is a mobile app that features maps in over 180 countries, as well as... >>

Nokia Lumia 735 review: Just don't call it a selfie phone
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Nokia Lumia 735 review: Just don't call it a selfie phone

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Nokia Lumia. Say goodbye to that phrase, as this is the last Lumia device that we'll review carrying the Nokia name. With the move of Nokia Lumia devices to Microsoft Devices, the Nokia Lumia 735 the last in its line. Pitched as a selfie phone during... >>

24 of the weirdest and wackiest mobile phones you won't admit you owned

24 of the weirdest and wackiest mobile phones you won't admit you owned

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Rumoured to be going on sale at the end of this month in the UK, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is certainly a bit different to the norm. Its sidebar OLED panel presents alerts and notifications when it is laid flat, which could be useful when you're... >>

Z Launcher Beta for Android: Nokia may be onto a winner

Z Launcher Beta for Android: Nokia may be onto a winner

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Nokia recently launched its N1 Android tablet, showing the world that the sale of its mobile arm to Microsoft wasn't to be its end. While it agreed not to make phones anymore it is still going to be on smartphones thanks to its own launcher, the Z Launcher.... >>

Nokia N1 vs Apple iPad mini 3: What's the difference?

Nokia N1 vs Apple iPad mini 3: What's the difference?

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Nokia might not be able to release any new smartphones for a couple of years following the Microsoft deal but it appears no one mentioned tablets, with the company announcing the N1. The Nokia N1 is a 7.9-inch tablet and it seems to take a few design... >>

Nokia reveals Android iPad mini: Nokia N1 tablet looks gorgeous but familiar

Nokia reveals Android iPad mini: Nokia N1 tablet looks gorgeous but familiar

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Nokia has just revealed its N1 Android tablet with Intel 64-bit innards and a look very similar to the iPad mini. The Nokia N1 is a 7.9-inch tablet with the same zero-air-gap display that Nokia's phones were loved for. It's also a 4:3 ratio, just like... >>

Nokia is 'up to something', we could see branded devices sooner than expected

Nokia is 'up to something', we could see branded devices sooner than expected

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Nokia has not gone quietly away after selling its mobile business to Microsoft. Instead it appears to have been hard at work on a new product which has just been teased. The above photo shows an image tweeted by Nokia with the hashtags #thinkingahead... >>

The days of the Nokia phone may be over, but you could soon see other Nokia devices for sale

The days of the Nokia phone may be over, but you could soon see other Nokia devices for sale

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With Microsoft ditching the Nokia name for its latest Lumia phone, the Lumia 535, it looked like that would be the last time we'd ever see the iconic brand adorn a mid- to high-end device. But while the Finnish company that sold its devices division... >>

Bye bye Nokia, Microsoft's first non-Nok Lumia handset officially teased

Bye bye Nokia, Microsoft's first non-Nok Lumia handset officially teased

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Microsoft has just posted a photo of a smartphone corner on its site along with the line "Want to see #MoreLumia?" clearly referring to its own Lumia device. Since Nokia Devices was bought by Microsoft we've been waiting for the Nokia name to be dropped... >>

First ever Microsoft Lumia branded smartphone leaks

First ever Microsoft Lumia branded smartphone leaks

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These could be the first photos of Microsoft's Lumia branded handsets, without any Nokia naming to be seen. Just under two weeks ago Microsoft announced it will be finally dropping the Nokia name. Feature phones and "dumb" phone will still carry the Nokia... >>

It’s official, your next Nokia Lumia phone won’t be a Nokia at all… name ditched

It’s official, your next Nokia Lumia phone won’t be a Nokia at all… name ditched

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Microsoft has officially confirmed that it is dropping the Nokia branding for future Lumia Windows Phone releases. Instead they will be called Microsoft Lumia phones. It's perhaps the least surprising revelation of recent times, but marks a significant... >>