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Microsoft leaves feature-phone business as Nokia moves back in, sort of
Computerworld Malaysia

Microsoft leaves feature-phone business as Nokia moves back in...

Nokia is back in the mobile phone business, after a fashion. It has granted HMD Global an exclusive, 10-year license to the famous brand, allowing the Finnish startup to sell Nokia mobile phones and tablets. Meanwhile Microsoft, which , is finally ... Computerworld Malaysia, 3 days ago
Microsoft Steps Back From Feature-Phone Business TheStreet.com, 2 months ago
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Microsoft feature phone prototype found in China; RM-1182 won't be coming to market

Now that Microsoft has sold its feature phone business to Foxconn along with the rights to the Nokia name, images of a feature phone prototype has surfaced in China. The device carries the Microsoft name on top, and a model number of RM-1182. With ...
 Phone Arena2 months ago Microsoft quits Nokia phone line -- the next step is here (and Linux)  Computerworld2 months ago Latest from Microsoft's Nokia blunder: Feature phone business sold for $350 million  Equities.com2 months ago Nokia Making An Iconic Return To Smartphones And Tablets What Will We See Next  WCCF Tech2 months ago
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​Nokia phone brand to live on, but not at Microsoft - CNET

Arto Nummela, currently head of Microsoft's feature phone business, will become CEO of HMD. HMD Nokia, the Finnish brand that embodied the mobile phone revolution until Silicon Valley giants pushed it aside, will live on again as phone brand. ...
 CNET Reviews2 months ago Microsoft has dealt a massive blow to its phone business—and Finland  Quartz2 months ago Nokia plans comeback into mobile, tablet markets  Equilibrio Informativo2 months ago Nokia is coming back to phones and tablets  The Verge2 months ago
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Microsoft has sold its featurephone business to Foxconn

Microsoft is reportedly selling its featurephone business to manufacturing company Foxconn, The Verge reports . The deal, which is reportedly worth $350 million (£242 million,) will give Foxconn company FIH Mobile the right to use the Nokia ...
 Business Insider Australia2 months ago Microsoft sells Nokia to Foxconn  Fudzilla2 months ago
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Business Insider Australia

Why a Chinese company is paying $350 million to build Nokia dumbphones

Nokia's back, baby! On Wednesday, Microsoft announced that it is selling the Nokia brand for old fashioned featurephones for a cool $350 million to Chinese smartphone manufacturer Foxconn, best-known as the manufacturer of iPhone. Back in ...
 Business Insider Australia2 months ago Nokia phones are coming back  Tech Insider2 months ago Why a Taiwanese company is paying $350 million to build Nokia dumbphones  ACQ Magazine2 months ago
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Gilas Pilipinas, I choose you!

feature-phone Meet the 12 men of Gilas Pilipinas for the 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament By Rappler.com Published 5:15 PM, July 03, 2016 We can't serve the Mood meter on your browser at the moment. We are aware of this and ...
 Rappler3 weeks ago

Starmobile Play Click Smart Prepaid Bundle Price is Php 1,288, Out Now!

Great for current feature-phone owners who are on a tight budget but are now planning to get their first full-fledged Android smartphone to be able to access their favorite social networking sites on-the-go , the freshly released Starmobile Play ...
 TechPinas1 month ago
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Microsoft cuts 3,000 jobs in smartphone division, sales

Julien GONG Min reader comments 15 Share this story Microsoft plans to lay off nearly 3,000 more jobs over the next year across its smartphone hardware business and global sales division. The latest cuts heap misery on Microsoft staff, ...
 ArsTechnica1 day ago Microsoft swings axe in smartphone biz, sales—sheds another 3,000 jobs  Ars Technica UK1 day ago Smartphone Sales Are Dropping Despite A Rise In Global Shipments For Q2 2016  PYMNTS.com1 day ago
Bit-Tech.net

Microsoft to slash 2,850 more jobs as retreat from smartphones continues

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) will slash 2,850 more jobs over the next year across its phone-manufacturing business and worldwide sales force as the company continues to retreat from the smartphone market. Business Insider reported that a Microsoft ...
 Fierce Wireless1 day ago Microsoft's phone revenue drops 71% as pivot to the cloud continues  Fierce Wireless1 week ago Microsoft to cut 1850 jobs worldwide with streamlining of smartphone hardware business  Equilibrio Informativo2 months ago Microsoft all-but quits the mobile market  Bit-Tech.net2 months ago
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Despite drop in postpaid subscribers during Q2, AT&T's wireless business is improving

The headlines might read that AT&T added 2.1 million subscribers in the second quarter. But when you strip away things like connected devices, strong Mexican sales, and the results from prepaid carrier Cricket, AT&T actually lost 180,000 postpaid ...
 Phone Arena1 week ago
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