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2008-11-12 03:00:06

ESPOO, Finland, November 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nokia today announced the latest addition to its Eseries range, the Nokia E63, designed for people who need to manage their business and personal lives equally well. Building on the success of the Nokia E71, the company's flagship messaging device, the Nokia E63 brings the QWERTY keyboard form factor to a broader audience at a great price. The Nokia E63 is expected to begin shipping in the coming weeks for an estimated retail price of...

2008-06-16 09:00:14

LONDON, June 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nokia introduced today the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 - the latest email-optimized devices from the Nokia Eseries product range. The sleek Nokia E71 with full QWERTY keyboard and the stylish, slide-to-open Nokia E66 easily mobilize a broad range of personal or professional messaging needs, including Microsoft Exchange, the world's most widely adopted corporate email solution. Both devices are expected to begin shipping in key markets in July. The Nokia...

2005-11-09 15:45:00

AMSTERDAM -- Nokia and Microsoft are almost giving away software to muscle into the wireless e-mail business now dominated by Research In Motion, the maker of the popular BlackBerry. Around 1 percent of the world's 650 million corporate e-mail accounts are plugged into hardware and software that forwards incoming messages to a mobile device. More than half of those, about 3.65 million, use RIM's BlackBerry. "Most of those 650 million will be mobilised within three years," said Scott Cooper,...

2005-09-29 15:49:12

SAN FRANCISCO -- Nokia, the world's mobile phone leader, said on Wednesday No. 1 U.S. mobile service Cingular Wireless will sell Nokia's top-of-the line computer phone and Blackberry e-mail pager. The deal with Cingular gives Nokia's 9300 line of phones a leg into the U.S. market, where rival Palm Inc. Treos and Blackberry phones from Canada's Research In Motion Ltd. are in hot demand among business professionals. It also helps raise the profile of Finland's Nokia in a region where it trails...

2005-09-15 06:50:00

NEW YORK -- Nokia Corp. (NOK) is joining a suddenly crowded field of BlackBerry rivals, becoming the first major cell phone maker to weigh into the mobile e-mail market with its own brand and service. The Finnish company said the new application, Nokia Business Center, will join rather than replace the existing lineup of mobile e-mail and productivity options available on Nokia devices. Those include BlackBerry from Research in Motion Ltd. (RIMM), GoodLink from Good Technology Inc., and...

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