Ten years ago, Nokia and BlackBerry were the hottest names in phones. Now, both are struggling to live another year.
The Nokia 6 runs on Android and is already on sale in China, but it'll make its debut to the rest of the world at the end of next month, almost certainly at the world's largest mobile show.
In today's tech news, Razer CEO tells of theft from the company's booth at the Las Vegas show, Nokia plans to launch an Android phone in China and we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Apple iPhone.
The once-iconic brand is taking another stab at the whole "smartphone" thing.
Microsoft cracked the code for putting full Windows on tablets and phones. Is it too little too late?
Nokia Technologies -- the mobile patent arm, not the phone development team Microsoft bought and sold -- claims Apple isn't paying what it owes.
All the biggest tech stories of the day include Nokia's suit against Apple over 32 patent and Super Mario Run's record-breaking debut. Plus Uber and Snapchat are joining forces for your next ride.
Put on a VR headset and watch how vodka is made.
Relive the glory days of old-school Nokia phones with the 150's 31-day battery life and a game of Snake.
In 2017, AI won't just be for the nerdy companies. Machine learning can help with mortgage applications and bridge safety, too.
Social Cues: Also trending is World AIDS Day and a segment from "The Daily Show."
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