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Nokia backs 3D printing for mobile phone cases

Files containing mechanical drawings, case measurements and recommended materials have already been released by the phone maker. Those using the files will be able to create a custom-designed case for the flagship Lumia 820 handset. The project makes Nokia one of the first big electronics firms to seriously back 3D printing. In a blogpost, John Kneeland, one of Nokia’s community …

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Nokia to unveil new Asha handsets soon

Nokia to unveil new Asha Nokia is set to unveil its new line-up of Asha phones. This comes in the wake of a sharp fall in sales of its mobile phones when the company was focusing on its Lumia line of Windows Phone 8 handsets. The company is expected to unveil the new line-up at its global event on May …

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Lumia 800 seen running Windows Phone 7.8

Lumia 800 With the imminent release of devices running Windows Phone 8, users of Microsoft’s current phone OS – Windows Phone 7 – are feeling left behind. Microsoft hopes to appease some Windows Phone 7 users with the Windows Phone 7.8 update, which will add many under-the-hood tweaks to the OS, along with giving the OS the same UI as …

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Nokia solutions chairman to step down after Microsoft deal

Nokia stated the chairman of its networking tools unit, Nokia solutions and Networks (NSN), will step down following the sale of the Finnish company’s mobile phone business to Microsoft. NSN Chairman to step down Jesper Ovesen, who joined NSN in 2011 when it was nonetheless a three way partnership between Nokia and Siemens, will proceed for a while as a …

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Nokia confirms Abu Dhabi for Oct. 22 experience; Lamia 1520 seemingly

Nokia will hang its next Nokia World experience in Abu Dhabi on October 22 the place it’s more likely to take the wraps off a new giant-display Lamia. A picture touting the event portrays a boat with the Nokia brand sailing towards the shores of Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates. The image would not offer any small …

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