Nokia, the world's largest mobile seller - by volume - has great confidence in the NFC technology and feels that this technology will go places in the near future.
Yet another one bites the dust as the still raging hackathon that has gripped the globe, exposes Nokia's Developer website.
Nokia recently introduced the Symbian Belle update to the world. They also announced three new smartphones running the Belle update viz. Nokia 600, 700 and 701.
The resignation of Apple Inc CEO Steve Jobs opens the door for rivals Samsung Electronics and HTC to battle for smartphone supremacy in salesrooms and courtrooms globally.
Apple Inc will release a cheaper iPhone 4 within weeks, jeopardizing profit margins to win lower-end customers from rivals such as Nokia in China and other emerging markets.
The update will be pretty major considering a refreshed camera UI and upgraded video recording quality. As per Nokia Beta Labs, the update with the tweaked camera interface will provide faster access to essential camera controls.
Nitesh Estates' new residential project situated near the IT hub of Bangalore is expected to fetch revenue of Rs 300 crore in the time span of next two-three years.
While the world is still trying to get familiar with the Symbian Anna update, news about the next Symbian iteration 'Symbian Belle' is already spreading like wildfire through the mobile community.
Microsoft says WP7 Mango is ready, delay is from manufacturers' end
Accessorizing your smartphone
Internet giant Google has made its biggest acquisition to date. It has bought Motorola Mobility for USD 12.5 billion. In an interview on CNBC-TV18, Rajat Agarwal, the executive editor at BGR.in gives his insight into what this deal means for Google and how it will change the mobile smart phone skyline.
Google Inc's biggest deal ever, acquiring Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc for USD 12.5 billion, is an attempt to buy insurance against increasingly aggressive legal attacks from rivals such as Apple Inc.
Google's Android platform has taken almost 50% of the global smartphone market, dominating in the Asia-Pacific region, research firm Canalys said on Monday.
Samsung Electronics Co is relying on the smartphone market to boost group profits after its flat screen unit reported a second quarter of losses and the mainstay chip business struggled.
Media conglomerate Network18 Media and Investments Ltd today said venture capital firm Nokia Growth Partners (NGP) has become a direct investor in the company after a share swap arrangement.
Making it clear that service providers like Blackberry, Nokia push mail or Skype will have to provide interception facility, Home Minister P Chidambaram has asked the Telecom Department to frame policies which will allow services to be intercepted when required.
Though the company has seen increased business from their largest customer Nokia in this quarter but it expects to see some decline in revenue in the future.
Apple Inc crushed Wall Street's expectations, driving its shares up more than 7% to record highs.
Samsung Electronics, the world's top maker of memory chips and televisions, estimated April-June operating profit would fall 26%, as its LCD display business is widely expected to report another loss.
Struggling Nokia has cut the prices of its smartphones in Europe , two industry sources told Reuters on Tuesday, raising the possibility of a more intensive price war in the mobile phone market.
After Nokia's announcement to bring only one handset based on MeeGo operating system, Intel is in talks with other cellphone makers for developing handsets on the open source-based platform.
Providing ammunition to President Barack Obama in his battle with congressional Republicans, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged US to quickly raise its federal debt ceiling.
Leading cellphone maker Nokia today said it will stop using its mobile operating system Symbian by 2016 and recently showcased Nokia N9 will be the first and last handset in its portfolio on Meego platform.
Ministry of Science and Technology's Technology Development Board (TDB) will launch a 'Knowledge to Wealth' initiative with mobile phone giant Nokia next month to encourage entrepreneurship among students in the country.
Credit Suisse said competitive pressure in the smartphone industry was likely to increase over the next 12-18 months as a wave of low-end Android phones hits the market and Apple is seen releasing a cheaper iPhone in 2012.