The new facility for the Galaxy S maker is apparently set to open in Espoo, Finland, on June 13, and will focus on "advanced technologies."
CNET gets a hands-on look at some of Nokia's latest concept devices and apps as the company celebrates its research center's 25th anniversary.
CNET takes a trip to Nokia's U.S. headquarters to get a glimpse at the future of smartphones, as imagined by the Nokia Research Center.
As RIM's earnings report looms, analysts are wondering if the PlayBook tablet's launch created sales momentum and if it sucked the life out development for other products.
Continuing the realignment of its research & development operation, Nokia is eliminating 220 positions in Japan, or about 1 percent of the company's global R&D staff.
The move, which would affect workers at sites in Finland and Denmark, comes as the company shows signs of sputtering in the smartphone stakes.
Company announces it's drastically cutting production at one plant in Finland and closing an R&D site there to help slash costs by $905 million by 2010.
Nokia's CEO said his R&D team has "unpolished gems" to differentiate its devices no matter who Nokia's competitors are -- and that includes Microsoft.
The Hewlett-Packard division snags Ari Jaaksi, formerly head of Nokia's MeeGo division, and Victoria Coleman, who recently headed up Samsung's R&D Center in San Jose, Calif.
Nokia is cutting its R&D workforce, while eBay says goodbye to Skype. Hear more about these stories and others in today's episode.