Nokia was once a dominant force in the wireless world. CNET takes a look at its successes -- and what went wrong.
After it sells its phone business to Microsoft, Nokia will concentrate on its Here mapping services, its NSN network-equipment business, and licensing its technology and patents.
CNET's Roger Cheng traveled to Finland to meet with employees of the struggling cell phone giant and to take the measure of CEO Stephen Elop's risky turnaround plans.
The company, a leader in multi-room wireless audio, is going upscale with a stylish subwoofer that retails for $699 and delivers booming bass.
On Saturday, London's BT Tower will light up like a flaming Christmas tree, thanks to its new LED screen, which will burn our retinas with the power of 1,000 suns
Thrasher Funds, a New York-based investment start-up, is targeting Generations X and Y with a slick lineup of holdings and lots of hot pink.
One-time powerhouse will be Silicon Alley's latest resident, declaring this is the "final stage in AOL's transition...to a global, ad-supported Web company."
A look at the historic building where the once-mighty media company is attempting to slither into the neighborhood.
A look at the lines outside three big retailers.