A Microsoft-built smartphone could alienate the company’s hardware partners and irritate Google and Apple.
Nokia’s Windows Phone sales are down, along with its financials numbers. Can the company survive on its current path?
More than 1 billion people own a smartphone, according to Strategy Analytics. That raises the stakes for Apple, Google, and others.
Nokia’s deal to give Oracle users access to its mapping and location services puts a cap on what I can …
Apple’s race to match Google in maps illustrates the issues confronting any company looking to plunge into a data-intensive market segment.
Oracle is linking its Fusion Middleware MapViewer with Nokia’s Location Platform (NLP), offering more mapping data for enterprise users.
Hadoop is certainly not invincible: certain factors could knock it from its market-leader position.
Windows Phone 8’s lack of a firm release date could indicate trouble for the upcoming smartphone OS.
Nokia unveiled the Lumia 920 and 820, its first Windows Phone 8 smartphones, at a New York City event.
Images of Nokia’s upcoming Windows Phone 8 devices may have leaked onto the Web ahead of their official unveiling.