Browsing: Stephen Elop

Analyst firm Gartner has expressed surprise that Nokia didn’t push support for big business when taking the wraps off its new Windows Phone-powered smartphones in London this week, questioning why the company instead focused so heavily on pitching

Nokia won’t be introducing a tablet until it has one that is good enough, if at all, and it won’t get devices running Windows Phone into the hands of the lower end of the mobile handset market until the price of hardware falls further. It will, however, continue to support MeeGo and Symbian

Finnish handset manufacturer Nokia unveiled six new handsets at its annual Nokia World event in London on Wednesday. The devices include the Lumia 800 and 710, smartphones running the Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” operating system, and four feature

The technology industry has never been as volatile as it is now. For two giants of the sector, Microsoft and Nokia, it’s do-or-die time. They’re either going to beat back the new behemoths of mobile computing, Apple and Google, or fail trying. Microsoft has a habit of coming from

Think about how many of your friends use Nokia handsets today as opposed to a few years ago. Chances are many of them have ditched the Finnish handset manufacturer’s devices for alternatives from companies such as Apple, Samsung

The E7 is proof that Nokia still makes great phone hardware. The huge, 4-inch Amoled screen, excellent slide-out Qwerty keyboard and sturdy design are all excellent. However, as we stumbled our way around the clumsy

In this special episode of the ZA Tech Show, Simon Dingle interviews the new CEO of Nokia, Stephen Elop. They discuss the competitive landscape in terms of smartphones, Nokia’s ability to differentiate as a Windows Phone 7

The intense competition and rapid innovation in the smartphone market have forced two of the industry’s biggest players to team up. Microsoft and Nokia last Friday

Nokia and Microsoft, both struggling to stay relevant in the booming smartphone market, plan to ink a broad-ranging agreement that will result in the Finnish handset

Today in London, our two companies announced plans for a broad strategic partnership that combines the respective strengths of our companies and builds a new global mobile ecosystem, write Nokia CEO Stephen Elop and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer