In a new interview, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella has accepted that the current smartphone market share of 1.7% that Windows Phone enjoys is "unsustainable". But he has again reiterated their commitment towards "Phone's experience" calling its as a node of the entire "mobility of experience". The focus on mobile experiences makes
Nokia has posted its Q3 2015 Financial results and the two continuing businesses Networks and Technologies have earned profits for the company along with the discontinued HERE business. The net profit for Networks and Technologies is 188 million EUR, while the operating profit is 475 million EUR with a strong
While Nokia management boasted of strong HERE Q2 results during its Earnings call with investors, it did not revealing anything about its fate in wake of ongoing "strategical review". While there have been many rumors about the Consortium of German Car-makers about to snatch HERE, it has not materialized yet.
In an interview that featured many pointed questions by well-known Microsoftie MJF from ZDNet, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella has claimed that Microsoft will do all that is needed to progress on phones. Quite an interesting comment and even may look contradictory to some, in wake of recent harsh decisions of
Nokia CEO Rajeev suri has been in India recently and met PM Narendra Modi assuring his support to Indian government's "Digital India campaign". "We are on the path to a connected world where people and tens of billions of devices will be linked together in extraordinary ways, creating new social and
Update: A report from Bloomberg claims that the disagreement about HERE’s future strategy with Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri may have made HERE CEO, Michael Halbherr to step down. Perhaps the internal debate is over whether HERE should focus on automotive and enterprise clients or continue to target customers too. Michael Halbherr is
Update: Joe Belfiore has rejected these speculations and says that both services are in fact due for bigger updates in just a couple of weeks. Don’t worry, no plan to drop Xbox Music/Video-- my team builds these key scenarios for tablets, phones, PCs! And Xbox team does on console. — joebelfiore (@joebelfiore) July
During its earnings call, post release of Q2 results, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella has confirmed two important things about Lumia and Windows Phone. Lumia, as revealed by Satya Nadella has seen growth year-on-year basis in Q2. The volume of Lumia devices sold post closure of Nokia-Microsoft deal is 5.8 million