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Ditching Nokia brand ‘not a gamble’ says Microsoft

Head of B2B sales Williams: ‘There’s always a risk but it wasn’t something done without considering the impact’ Read the full story

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Microsoft arrives at MWC without Nokia

Mystery surrounds technology giant’s plans for the show, with a slim chance it could announce a new flagship device

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2014: Year in Review – Q4

he last 12 months have seen some tectonic shifts not least with the disappearance of Phones 4u and Nokia (in handsets) from the mobile landscape and the formation of the new retail superpower we now know as Dixons Carphone. If you were on a long holiday, this is how Q4 panned out Read the full story

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Nokia brand returns as Microsoft launches Nokia 215 handset

Nokia 215 is Microsoft’s “most affordable internet-ready phone” at just $29 and will roll out in Europe, the Middle-East, Asia and Africa Read the full story

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Exclusive: Samsung appoints Conor Pierce as UK and Ireland VP

Former Nokia and Microsoft Mobile Devices boss takes over from Simon Stanford, who left the Korean manufacturer in June after five years

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Nokia (not Microsoft) launches first Android-based tablet

Analyst lauds “audacious” move which will see Nokia brand remain in device business following OEM deal with unnamed manufacturer
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Pierce expected to join Samsung after sudden Microsoft exit

Microsoft confirms Pierce walked out on the manufacturer yesterday morning – and will not be returning Read the full story

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Getting To Know You: Conor Pierce

 Pierce tells us how how he went from selling socks on a market stall in Dublin to heading up the manufacturer’s business in the UK and Ireland

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Microsoft takes Samsung to court over Android royalties

Microsoft claims Samsung refused to pay IP licensing fees because of Nokia buyout

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Microsoft profits fall following Nokia buy

Just 5.8 million Lumia devices sold in the quarter ‘driven by low price points’ Read the full story

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