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In a $7.2 billion deal, Nokia's devices and services business is now scheduled to be an official subsidiary of Microsoft at the end of the week.
The company says that its funding round was led by Viking Global Investors, and boosted by Accel Partners, First Round Capital, and others.
The company hasn't come close to inking a deal so far -- and it's apparently running a little low on cash.
Analysts polled by Fortune are eyeing sales of $43.5 billion on average, virtually unchanged from the same quarter last year.
The carrier now offers the new S5 for the full contract-free price of $649.
The companies are willing to provide ideal placement for the games on their respective application stores, according to the report.
Possibly, but the overall effect might be neutral, says analyst Gene Munster, as some Phone 6 buyers could opt for an iPad Air instead of a Mini.
Good-bye fitness trackers, hello do-all smart bands? The news on Nike might be an indication on where the winds are blowing in 2014.
The Taiwanese company will be launching a 4G handset in Taiwan in the next quarter, but will be using chips from MediaTek and Qualcomm instead.
Road Trip 2010: It may not get as much attention as the famous Kentucky depository, but the Federal Reserve of New York's collection of gold bars is the largest on the planet.