(AP) -- Nokia Corp. is moving quickly to restructure its lagging smart phone business under new CEO Stephen Elop, announcing Thursday it will lay off 1,800 people even as third-quarter earnings bounced back from a year-ago ...
Google vice president John Liu on Tuesday reaffirmed the firm's commitment to China, the world's largest web community, after its harsh battle this year with Beijing over censorship and cyberattacks.
Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone maker, announced Thursday it would discontinue its popular mobile file-sharing service called Ovi Files as of October 1.
San Francisco is adding to its politically correct image with a law requiring mobile phone makers to warn customers that the gadgets are bathing them in radiation.
(AP) -- Nokia Corp. says its performance this year will be worse than earlier expected because of tough competition, especially in the smart phone market.
The US International Trade Commission said Friday that it will investigate a patent infringement complaint by Taiwan-based mobile phone maker HTC Corp. against Apple.
The world's top mobile phone maker Nokia on Tuesday released details of its first smartphone based on Symbian 3, the much-awaited updated version of its aging operating system.
(AP) -- Nokia Corp.'s first-quarter net profit surged to euro349 million ($467 million) from euro122 million a year earlier, with strong growth in smart phone sales and 3 percent growth in total revenue, the company said ...
(AP) -- Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson posted its first quarterly profit in nearly two years Friday, boosted by gains from high-end devices such as smartphones and cost cuts.
(AP) -- Nokia Corp. on Friday revised its global market share estimate for mobile phones in 2009 to 34 percent, from an earlier 38 percent, and said it expected no growth this year.