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Microsoft rumored to have hired veteran Qualcomm exec

Rumors

Verizon to get HTC One (W8) for Windows Phone on August 21

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Qualcomm announces record FQ3 2014 earnings

Microsoft News

Microsoft 'betrayed' Finland, says Finnish finance minister of layoffs

Rumors

Microsoft's aiming for flagship Windows Phones, killing Nokia X but selling MixRadio

Apps

New Treasure Tag app update ditches the 'Nokia' brand

Microsoft News

Rumor claims 1,000 former Nokia employees in Finland could be laid off by Microsoft

General News

Qualcomm to integrate multi-gigabyte WiGig technology in Snapdragon 810

Apps

New Nokia MixRadio update ditches the 'Nokia' brand

Windows Phones

Lumia 930 pre-orders begin in Norway Wednesday for July 10 launch

Windows Phones

Microsoft Store US site pulls pre-order listings for Nokia Lumia 635

Apps

Nokia Imaging SDK 1.2 released, Lumia SensorCore SDK out of private beta

Windows Phones

Nokia Lumia 635 for AT&T and T-Mobile available for pre-order at US Microsoft Store site

General News

Microsoft teases possible launch date of a green Lumia or successor to the X

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Microsoft partners with British designer to create wireless charging pants

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Beat Nokia by predicting world cup games in Sporting Mouth to win some awesome prizes

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Lumia 930 availability on Ireland's Meteor pushed back to mid-July

Microsoft News

Nokia brand names Lumia, ClearBlack, PureView, and others now belong to Microsoft

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Lumia 1320, 630 availability expand to Argos Ireland

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Nokia Ireland confirms Lumia 930 launch on July 3

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Stephen Elop to Keynote at Qualcomm's Uplinq 2011 Conference

More interesting news on the Nokia front, along with Qualcomm. While both companies have a history in having a somewhat distant relationship, it seems they are really starting to come together, especially with Nokia's entry into Windows Phone 7.5 being just around the corner. The CEO of Nokia, Stephon Elop, will be keynoting at Qualcomm's Uplinq 2011 conference on June 2nd in San Diego.

Brilliant news for the Qualcomm and Nokia partnership, should the handset giant make a positive re-entrance into the competition under Microsoft's flag, since Qualcomm see promise with the handset manufacturer. Along with Nokia, HP and HTC are to be present at the conference.

Source: Qualcomm, via: MobileTechWorld

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GP07 says:

I hope they have something to show at this event, June sounds like a good time to start talking about new WP7 devices. How about a tweaked N8 with WP7 on it? It can't be that hard to change the buttons can it?

Dusteater says:

I was about to say that they may show some phones, but I am not so sure. In his last interview, Elop said they won't be announcing anything until very close to release, which isn't going to be until September at the very earliest.I am not expecting too much from this keynote.As for how hard it is to make a phone, I don't think it is hard at all for Nokia to do it. I believe the phone(s) they are coming out with this year are just ports of their existing devices. The big thing is they are waiting for Mango.

zatter says:

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