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Pekka Rantala, former CEO of Angry Birds' maker Rovio and a longtime Nokia veteran, is tapped as chief marketing officer for the Finnish startup tasked with selling phones and tablets under the Nokia brand.
Microsoft backs out of making more consumer Windows Phones after cutting jobs from its Nokia division.
Hundreds of employees will be laid off from the company's devices division.
The layoffs represent the latest fall from grace for the once-powerful Nokia name.
Musician plays popular phone ringtones from Apple, Samsung, AT&T, Nokia, Verizon and more on the piano, making them sound like classical music worthy of a concert hall.
Microsoft sells off part of Nokia, Fitbit buys into wearable payments and The Donald retweets.
The shedding of its basic phone business is the latest ripple from Microsoft's disastrous deal to buy Nokia's mobile operations. Redmond should get out of phones altogether.
Microsoft will sell its low-end phone business for $350 million, and a new Finnish company called HMD will sell Nokia-branded, Android-powered phones and tablets.
The $60,000 Nokia Ozo camera just got its first major vote of confidence.
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