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Nokia will reportedly unveil three new handsets running Windows Phone OS this week, representing the first fruits of its tie up with Microsoft
Microsoft has introduced its Your App Here advertising campaign to help Windows Phone developers promote their apps more effectively
Microsoft executives revealed that the first Nokia handset running Windows Mobile will be unveiled next …
Nokia updated its handset portfolio, including the official unveiling of its first device powered by the Meego platform, as part of a press launch which only served to highlight some of the issues it is facing. The company, yet again, “restated its commitment to Symbian,” despite the fact that this platform is being phased out in favour of Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform – and with reports that the channel is now lukewarm, at best, to Symbian OS devices.
Microsoft announced its Windows Azure Toolkits for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, which it said means “developers can use the cloud to accelerate the creation of applications on the major mobile platforms.”
Research firm IDC said that Samsung had usurped Nokia to become the biggest handset vendor in the Western European market, with Apple also unseating Nokia to become the biggest smartphone vendor in the region.