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Nokia Posts Profit, Tosses Dividend

Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) reported fourth-quarter and full year 2012 results before markets opened this morning. For the quarter, the mobile handset...

Microsoft CEO Ballmer's Bonus Hurt by Kin Failure

The tech giant's board gave Steve Ballmer high marks for the move into cloud computing and the successful releases of several server and enterprise software products. But his bonus took a hit due to the unsuccessful launch of the Kin handset.

Another Delay for Nokia's Flagship N8 Smartphone

Nokia will delay the launch of its flagship N8 smartphone, again. "To ensure a great user experience, we have decided to hold the shipments for a few weeks to do some final amends," the company announced.

Face-Off on Stocks: Research In Motion, Nokia, Motorola

Not too long ago, Research In Motion, Nokia and Motorola each enjoyed the sort of market-dominating mojo that Apple and Google boast today. But all three have slipped badly and their shares have tanked. The question now, is whether these companies can regain lost ground and if their fallen stocks are now good values.

Nokia Begins CEO Search

Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo could be out of a job soon. Analysts have been calling on the handset company's board to replace him for some time. The big complaint: Nokia lacks a phone that competes with Apple's iPhone and RIM's BlackBerry.

BlackBerry, iPhone Face Off in China

BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is the latest handset manufacturer to seal a distribution deal in China. The deal, aimed at consumers and small businesses, pits the smartphone maker against other established offerings, including Apple's iPhone.

What's wrong with the Nokia netbook?

Nokia (NOK) released the specifications for its new netbook. That is no news. The largest handset company in the world has been talking about the...

One more challenger for the iPhone

New Apple (AAPL) challengers appear with great regularity. Research in Motion (RIMM) has launched consumer versions of its BlackBerry. Palm's (PALM)...

The Google - Apple wars move to China

Perhaps it was best that Google (GOOG) CEO Eric Schmidt left the Apple (AAPL) board last week. Google immediately announced that it would buy On2...

Nokia and Siemens in Iran controversy

A venture between Nokia Corp. (NOK) and Siemens AG (SI) mentions in its Code of Conduct that it will respect the rights laid down by the United...

Texas Instruments lifts 2Q forecasts

Texas Instruments (NYSE:TXN) said that its second quarter numbers would be better than expected Monday, another small indication that the economy,...