2K x 2K resolution (2048x1080p) with 360x360 surround sound
Back in November, Nokia released an interesting product for virtual reality professionals that signifies the first time a company has taken VR filming and recording seriously. The company’s eight-camera, 360-degree OZO is effectively the merger of industry-grade film production quality, an Imperial Star Wars probe, and a decently sized chunk of cash.
So the networking company did not get off lightly after all
Networking outfit Nokia says it's cutting thousands of jobs worldwide as part of a $1 billion cost-saving plan after its recent acquisition of networking rival Alcatel-Lucent.
700 meters from the base station
Mobile World Congress was dominated by 5G – the next generation network that will replace the omni-present 4G / LTE network. Now South Korea's SK Telekom has showcased a demo of a base station and download speeds nearly 20 Gbit per second.
Extended Coverage Enhanced General Packet Radio Service
MediaTek and Nokia have used MWC 2016 to show off their "Extended Coverage Enhanced General Packet Radio Service" (EC-EGPRS).
Not much hope
Software giant Microsoft is telling dozens of employees in its phone division that they are surplus to requirements and should expect to clean out their desks fairly soon.
So it is almost certainly doomed
The shy and retiring Micrososft CEO Steve “sounds of silence” Ballmer has quietly put forward his modest opinion that Microsoft's hardware—Surface, HoloLens, and Xbox—is "absolutely essential" to its future.
Lumia 650 will be out in Feburary
It looks like Microsoft’s Lumia 650 will be in the shops in February with a rather low key launch which befits a brand set to be replaced by the Surface.
Needs to be faster
Nokia and ARM want to spruce up the TCP/IP stack to make it better suited to networks that need to operate at high speed and/or low latency.
Jolla, which was supposed to rise from the ashes of an overcooked and badly carved Nokia, is in financial trouble.
Lumia apps are just not worth it
To please its glorious Microsoft overlord, the former rubber boot maker Nokia released a string of photography apps which were designed to work on Redmond's nearly invisible mobile phones. Now Microsoft is pulling most of them.