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Nokia knocks Net neutrality: Self-driving cars 'won't get the service you need'

Nokia's CEO has argued that certain futuristic technologies will need to be prioritised, flying in the face of recent victories for net neutrality.

By March 1, 2015

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Nokia unfolds its Here maps app to broader Android market

The Here beta for Android expands beyond Samsung devices. But there's some friction with the distribution plan.

By October 21, 2014

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Nokia's Here map app arrives on Tizen, before Android Wear

Nokia's Here Android app gives you turn-by-turn navigation on the new Samsung Gear S, powered by Tizen.

By August 29, 2014

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Nokia pulling its maps from Windows Phone? That's 'Here'-say

Even as it expands to support iOS and Android, Nokia says it isn't abandoning Microsoft's Windows Phone platform with its Here mapping technology.

By September 25, 2014

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Nokia makes strong profit in year of 'first steps' after Microsoft sale

Nokia made a better-than-expected profit in 2014 as it transforms after selling its phone business to Microsoft.

By January 29, 2015

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Nokia to launch free map apps for iOS, Android

The new apps would be able to work offline via downloaded maps, according to The Wall Street Journal.

By September 3, 2014

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Flat tire? MapQuest iPhone app now offers roadside assistance

You can now get membership-free towing and other services from Urgent.ly via the app, but you'll have to pay for the work itself, of course.

By November 11, 2014

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Nokia's revamped Here Maps aims to get you places with bold colors

The new look for Here Maps focuses on distinct colors and stark contrasts.

By June 23, 2014

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Nokia's Here app comes to Android but only for Samsung devices

The maps and navigation app is still working toward all Android devices, as well as their iOS counterparts.

By October 8, 2014

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Microsoft's first flagship Lumia better impress...or else

What we want out of the first Lumia phone with Microsoft's name attached isn't rocket science. It's for the company to give those entry-level specs a break.

By February 9, 2015