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.
Credit Suisse expects competitive pressure in the smartphone industry to increase over the next 12-18 months as a wave of low-end Android terminals enter the market and Apple Inc releases a low-end iPhone in 2012.
Struggling Nokia possibly bought itself more time to change itself through a patent deal with Apple, ratings firm Moody's said on Monday.
Ailing Finnish cellphone maker Nokia will launch its first smartphone using the Microsoft Windows platform later this year, and will begin to ship the models in volume in 2012, Chief Executive Stephen Elop said on Tuesday.
Finnish cellphone maker Nokia unveiled its N9 smartphone in Singapore on Tuesday, its only bet on the MeeGo platform.
A court in London ruled a key patent held by a German company called IPCom was valid, marking a major victory for the group in its long legal battle with Finnish phone maker Nokia Oyj.
Nasdaq-listed internet search engine company Yahoo! Inc today launched Direct Display Builder, a new search service that places information directly into the search results pages, a senior company official said today.
Handset maker Nokia is likely to be paid hundreds of millions of dollars by Apple after victory in a legal wrangle over technology used in its arch-rival's top-selling iPhone.
Ailing Nokia said on Tuesday it had ended a legal battle with Apple, which will pay an undisclosed one-off fee and ongoing royalties to the Finnish firm.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd will become the world's largest smartphone maker this quarter, overtaking struggling Nokia Oyj which has lead the market since 1996, Nomura said on Monday.
The 500 workers at India's Dell factory, clad in blue uniforms and the occasional bright pink salwar kameez, are all Indian. Computers leaving the assembly line go to millions of newly affluent Indians feeding an explosion in consumer demand. But the boxes of component parts on the floor say "Made in China".
Handset maker Nokia is looking for a pan-India coverage for 'Nokia Money', its mobile payment services enabling consumers to pay directly from their Nokia mobile phones in India, a top official said.
Nokia said it was still in talks with "multiple parties" about its stake in Nokia Siemens Networks, after a report that US private equity firms had backed away from bidding for a majority stake.
Even investors who see value in beaten down stocks perceive little opportunity in the sinking shares of phone maker Nokia.
Finnish mobile handset company Nokia on Thursday unveiled its two new dual-SIM phones in Rajasthan.
Nokia's plunging share price and persistent speculation it might be a takeover target is far from attracting real suitors interested in saving the struggling mobile phone company.
Fitch has cut its rating for bonds issued by Nokia to one notch above junk grade and said the outlook for the rating was negative as the handset maker rapidly loses market share.
Software giant Microsoft on Thursday said it is looking at working with Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia to develop "next-generation" mobile devices. Speaking to CNBC-TV18, executive officer Steve Ballmer, who is on an India visit, said that India would be a priority market for the company.
Nokia's new management will dump its Ovi services brand in favour of its company name across its offerings, the world's largest cellphone maker by volume said on Monday.
Nokia, the world's largest phone maker by volume, has started to look for a new chairman to succeed Jorma Ollila who will step down next year, Ollila said on Tuesday.
Nokia, the world's largest phone maker by volume, has started to look for a new chairman to take over at next year's annual general meeting, current chairman Jorma Ollila said on Tuesday.
Rajiv Mody, CEO of Sasken, in an interview with CNBC-TV18's Ekta Batra and Reema Tendulkar, gave his perspective of the fourth quarter performance and their divulged future plans.
Nokia warned on Thursday operating profit margins at its key phone unit would slip in coming quarters after reporting better than expected January-March earnings.
Apple Inc sued Samsung Electronics claiming the South Korean firm's Galaxy line of mobile phones and tablets "slavishly" copies the iPhone and iPad, according to court papers, a move analysts say is aimed at keeping its close rivals at bay.
Nokia Siemens, a 50:50 joint venture between mobile phone maker Nokia and engineering giant Siemens AG, is said to be exploring options to sell a controlling stake in the firm.