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Stephen Elop confirms that Microsoft Devices smartphone branding is still to be decided

Stephen Elop confirms that Microsoft Devices smartphone branding is still to be decided

By 28 April 2014

With Microsoft now in the driving seat of Nokia devices and services, there's still a question mark over the future branding of the new smartphones. In a Q&A session on Nokia Conversations today, Stephen Elop, former Nokia CEO and now executive vice president... >>

Microsoft's Nadella and Elop 'extremely committed to Xbox', contrary to former reports

Microsoft's Nadella and Elop 'extremely committed to Xbox', contrary to former reports

By 10 March 2014

The faces at the top of Microsoft may have changed lately, but it's still full steam ahead for the Xbox division. Both new CEO Satya Nadella and ex-Nokia boss, now devices and studios head Stephen Elop, are said to be "extremely committed" to the Xbox... >>

Microsoft CEO candidate round-up: Who is rumoured on the shortlist and why? (Update)

Microsoft CEO candidate round-up: Who is rumoured on the shortlist and why? (Update)

By 31 January 2014

Microsoft's  chief executive search has been in full swing since Steve Ballmer announced his retirement in August, and the company has said it hopes to find a replacement by the end of 2013. Naturally, many names have popped up for the rumoured shortlist,... >>

Office to be universal across all devices not just Windows Phone, if Elop gets his way

Office to be universal across all devices not just Windows Phone, if Elop gets his way

By 8 November 2013

It sounds like the start of a fun social game: If Stephen Elop were CEO of Microsoft for a day, what would he change? Only, it might actually happen, and it would certainly be for more than a day. Bloomberg has reported - citing multiple unnamed people... >>

Nokia CEO Elop admits that Microsoft could drop the Nokia brand completely

Nokia CEO Elop admits that Microsoft could drop the Nokia brand completely

By 22 October 2013

Nokia CEO and its future head of devices at Microsoft Stephen Elop has admitted that the Redmond software giant could ditch the Nokia brand for its Lumia smartphones once the $7 billion acquisition of the Finnish firm's phone and tablet business goes... >>

Nokia tipped to release quad-core, 1080p packing phablet this year

Nokia tipped to release quad-core, 1080p packing phablet this year

By 6 August 2013

Nokia has plans to launch a "phablet' (aka a comically larger handset) by the end of the year, reports My Nokia Blog. According to the publication, we can expect CEO Stephen Elop and Co to include a quad-core processor and 1080p screen on the handset,... >>

Nokia: New season of product innovation coming soon

Nokia: New season of product innovation coming soon

By 18 April 2013

Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia, has confirmed that a new "hero" product will be coming to a US carrier in the next three months during the company's earnings call on Thursday and that its launch starts a new season of product launches for the company.  "Later... >>

Nokia publishes its Q2 financial results as CEO speaks of transition period

Nokia publishes its Q2 financial results as CEO speaks of transition period

By 19 July 2012

Nokia has released its financial results for Q2, revealing that it sold 4 million Lumia devices and 73 million mobile phones in total during that period.  Though the number sold of Lumia devices – the Finnish manufacturer’s flagship range – increased... >>

Nokia promises more Windows Phone features including Vcard sharing, says now has two thirds of top 100 apps

Nokia promises more Windows Phone features including Vcard sharing, says now has two thirds of top 100 apps

By 20 April 2012

Stephen Elop, Nokia's CEO, has said that the company will continue to expand and develop the capabilities of the Windows Phone 7 beyond Microsoft's platform efforts with the mobile OS. "We are addressing some of the highly requested feature requirements... >>

Nokia struggles as move to Windows Phone hits bump in the road

Nokia struggles as move to Windows Phone hits bump in the road

By 19 April 2012

Nokia has announced its latest financial results and it's not good news. The company has filed a $1.2 billion loss in the past three months as the pain of switching to Windows Phone 7, Microsoft's phone operating system, continues.  Although Nokia has... >>


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