The Nokia X, Nokia's first android phone. Stephan Elop has an interview after announcing this new device, and he tells us how it fits into the Nokia and Microsoft plan.
In an interview with fierce wireless at CES 2014, Nokia's Jo harlow (Executive vice president of smart devices) has hinted that at some point in future Nokia or most
In a recent interview, Nokia's Executive vice-president Michael Halbherr has emphasized that Nokia may have sold off its devices and services division for some reason but it is still
Erik Bertman, the newly appointed general manager for Nokia China has in an interview talked about Nokia's strategy for China. According to him Nokia will pursue the role of
In an interview with "IBTimes", Nokia's vice president Bryan Biniak has emphasized the fact that Nokia and Microsoft are talking to and has nearly collaborated with every developer with
In an interview with Reuters, CEO Elop, the person behind most radical changes, Nokia has ever gone through, has openly discussed what was the malaise which had impacted Nokia
In an interview with WSJ (which was behind origin of rumors of Nokia buyouts by MS), CEO Elop has sought to give it back to them opining that it
In an interview with Mobilegeeks.de, CEO Elop has given some interesting hints about the positive Lumia sales impact and product introduction strategy in 2013. Here are the main points,
During AllThingsDigital's "Dive Into Mobile" conference today, corporate vice president of the Windows Phone Division, Terry Myerson has let some very interesting and quite important tidbits out.
In a very important and soothing message for Nokia, Terry Myerson has
Stephen Elop has been recently interviewed by media channel "Katsomo" in Finland. In this interview he was asked few very interesting and some very tough questions as well.
On being asked
That hope is contagious, everyone knows !! But when the person in picture is Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop exuding oodles of hope and confidence then it may certainly mean "tails
Both Verge and Engadget interviewed Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop at MWC 2013. Tone of the interview questions vary from excited and eager by Myriam from Engadget to somewhat biased and
In an interview with WMPoweruser, David Akinjise, product manager at Nokia Germany has opined that Nokia is not focusing much on Qwerty devices for its Lumia range. The reason behind
In an interview with CNET, Nokia CEO Elop has dropped big hints about a possible "Hero" exercise similar to AT&T and Lumia 920, with other operator. In the very next