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Nokia Posts Loss as Smartphone Sales Tumble

While the company's new Lumia line of smartphones is gaining traction, those using the older Symbian operating system have lost their appeal.


Nokia 808 PureView Has a Monster 41-Megapixel Camera

Nokia 808 PureView

Thought that Symbian was dead? Think again: at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Nokia has just announced the 808 Pureview, a flagship Symbian device with a 41-megapixel camera.


Apple To Dominate Tablet Market Through 2015, Google Takes Smartphones

Apple will remain firmly in control of the tablet market through 2015, according to market research by Gartner, which also shows Google’s Android will take the baton from Nokia’s Symbian to dominate the smartphone market through the same time period. Experts agree, though, that it will be strong ecosystems, allowing for tablets and smartphones to deliver a combined experience, which will take the day, possibly weakening Research in Motion’s capacity to deliver in a new environment.


Nokia reabsorbs Symbian software

Nokia takes back control of the Symbian operating system, 18 months after it set up a non-profit organisation to oversee its development.


Google's Android to zoom past Blackberry, iPhone

Tech research company Gartner reports that Google's Android will be in striking distance of Nokia's Symbian system for world champion in mobile operating systems, leaping past Research in Motion's Blackberry and Apple's iPhone iOS.


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