It has been a long time coming, but Nokia finally had a breakout quarter in North America.
The company reported third-quarter results that showed marked progress in North America, traditionally a market it has struggled to crack. Revenue in the region jumped nearly 500 percent to 214 million euros ($293.5 million) year over year, while unit sales increased 367 percent to 1.4 million.
That's good news for Microsoft, which is set to take over Nokia's devices business, bringing its smartphone know-how in house to further augment its Windows Phone business. What small progress Windows Phone has … Read more