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Microsoft to bring Office to Nokia phones

Microsoft and Nokia are expected to announce an alliance today that will see Microsoft’s market-leading ‘Office’ software made available on Nokia handsets.

ITC judge rules in favour of Nokia

A US International Trade Commission judge has issued an initial determination in favour of Nokia in a patent infringement case brought by mobile technology developer InterDigital.

Nokia taps Tanla for m-payments

Cellular News notes that mobile payments software provider Tanla Solutions says that it has signed a 5 year agreement with Nokia covering license management, mobile payments and related professional services.

Nokia eyes growth in rural India

Nokia, the world’s largest handset vendor, it looking to rural India to drive growth as it attempts to curb a recent downturn in performance.

Nokia studies netbook market

The world’s largest handset vendor, Nokia, has confirmed it is closely examining the netbook market, according to an Economic Times report.

Nokia enters the PC world with launch of netbook

Nokia today confirmed long-running speculation it is to enter the netbook space, unveiling its Windows-based Nokia Booklet 3G.

Nokia N97 successor shown in official pics

Official marketing shots for Nokia’s forthcoming flagship N900 phone have been leaked onto the Internet, reports TechRadar.

Nokia creates ‘Solutions’ Division

Nokia has formed a ‘solutions’ division which will seemingly work to strengthen the links between the company’s hardware and mobile services divisions, reports Cellular News.

Nokia unveils mobile money service for unbanked

Nokia yesterday introduced a new mobile money service targeted at unbanked users in emerging markets, in the latest move by the world’s largest handset vendor to diversify into services.

Nokia launches first Linux-based smartphone

Nokia today launched its first smartphone based on its Linux-based Maemo platform. The vendor said that the Maemo software – which has evolved from Nokia’s previous generation of Internet tablets – provides “a PC-like experience on a handset-sized device.”