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Nokia may be slipping further behind in the great smartphone race, which is entirely dominated by Android and iOS, but they’ve yet to give up.
An estimated 90% of the profits earned from the worldwide smartphone market belong to just two companies, according to a new report published Friday by ABI Research.
According to research firm IDC, Apple has taken away Nokia's grip as the worldâ€™s leader in smartphones.
Beijing, May 13, 2011 - (ACN Newswire) - Components-electronic.com repoorts that Nokia officially announced that the R & D base of S30 and S40 will be moved to Beijing, China. Shortly thereafter, Nokia announced that they will outsource the Symbian software development to Accenture.
Research firm Canalys said on Wednesday that Google Inc's Android operating system took its market share to 35 percent in the first quarter of this year.
Nokia announced Wednesday that it will cut 7,000 jobs around the globe, through layoffs and outsourcing.
Nokia Corp on Tuesday launched two new smartphones that will run on the updated Symbian software, featuring new enhancements and faster Web browsing.
ESPOO, Finland, April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - CEM4Mobile Metrics Shows That the Game has Changed for Mobile Services CEM4Mobile Solutions Ltd (ex QAim), a Finnish company that specialises in measuring and analysing interactions and customer experience in mobile services, has today announced significant new findings based on data drawn from its CEM4Mobile Metrics solution.
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