Jolla not so Jolly
Published in Mobiles
25 November 2015

Jolla not so Jolly

Trouble ahead

Jolla, which was supposed to rise from the ashes of an overcooked and badly carved Nokia, is in financial trouble.

Microsoft culls Nokia photography apps
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Lumia apps are just not worth it

To please its glorious Microsoft overlord, the former rubber boot maker Nokia released a string of photography apps which were designed to work on Redmond's nearly invisible mobile phones. Now Microsoft is pulling most of them.

Nokia Tablet N1 not shipping to the UK
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Nasty roast beef eaters

The former rubber boot maker Nokia has spelt out in clear turns that it is not going to bring out its N1 tablet in the UK.

Nokia gearing up for a comeback
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A bit like Frank Sinatra without the horse's head

The former rubber boot maker, turned mobile phone maker, turned network expert, Nokia is planning another comeback.

Ozo provides 3d surround filming
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Seeing all around 

Former rubber boot make Nokia has been showing off a 3D VR camera.

Microsoft´s Q2 canned by Nokia write-off
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Worst quarter result in ages

Microsoft presented an awful financial report for its fiscal fourth quarter which showed its Nokia right off and poor software sales.

Nokia flogs maps to Germans in big cars
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At least it is not Uber

Nokia's ex-boss Stephen Elop might have sold the company's soul and IP to Microsoft but the outfit still has a few tricks up its sleeve.

Microsoft still loves mobile
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Nadella denies pulling back

Microsoft is still going to press ahead with mobile despite cutting 7,800 jobs from the Nokia and hardware division, and an 80 per cent write off on the £4.6 billion Nokia deal.

Ballmer's Nokia obsession turns sour for Microsoft
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Time to move on

Software King of the World Microsoft has indicated that its turbulent love affair and then marriage to Nokia is over.

Nokia to buy Alcatel-Lucent for 15.6 billion
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Finns bag a French bagette 

Finland's Nokia has bought French Alcatel Lucent in a stock deal worth 15.6 billion euro.