Wireless carriers and handset makers alike threw their support behind Microsoft's revamped Windows Phone 8 operating system, giving the company crucial backing as it looks to make a bigger dent in the market.
Nokia said it would cut an additional 10,000 jobs by the end of 2013 and it lowered its outlook for the second quarter. The actions are CEO Stephen Elop's latest attempt to turn around the struggling company as it embraces Microsoft's Windows Phone platform.
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Nokia shares tumbled on Friday as stock market brokers downgraded the company following its poor first-quarter results.
This downgrades, which followed a week of dismal news from
Nokia ( NYSE:NOK ), struggling to gain traction in its planned smartphone turnaround using Microsoft's ( NASDAQ:MSFT ) Windows Phone platform, reported a wider than expected $1.75 billion operating loss
Representatives from four major European operators that have been selling Nokia's ( NYSE:NOK ) Lumia Windows Phone smartphones don't think the devices can effectively compete with Apple's iPhone or
Nokia ( NYSE:NOK ) lowered its first-quarter outlook for the performance of its devices business, and said it expected continued weakness in the second quarter. However, the firm noted it sold two
Nokia ( NYSE:NOK ) will partner with China Telecom to deliver its first smartphones running Microsoft's ( NASDAQ:MSFT ) Windows Phone software to the Chinese market, which some analysts predict will
Nokia ( NYSE:NOK ) is expanding its Play To media-sharing application to Lumia devices running Microsoft's ( NASDAQ:MSFT ) Windows Phone operating system. Nokia first unveiled the free Play To app in
Verizon Wireless ( NYSE:VZ ) decided to drop plans to launch a Nokia ( NYSE:NOK ) smartphone running Microsoft's ( NASDAQ:MSFT ) Windows Phone software, according to an article from The Verge. The report,