With the 808 PureView now released, Nokia is finally retiring the Symbian brand and operating system, with no further phones to be made using the aging OS and Nokia's focus shifting fully to WP8
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The successor to Nokia's N8 has been confirmed, and it aims to continue its predecessor's tradition for excellent mobile photography, coming packed with imaging technology and a 41MP sensor.
Nokia has issued media invitations for its press conference at Mobile World Congress on Monday, promising to announce "significant industry news" - but what might that announcement be?
A Nokia executive reveals that the company is developing a new social network, plus a new suite of social apps, as it prepares to extend its software reach with the launch of iOS and Android apps.
Anticipation for Nokia's first Windows Phone may be high, but Microsoft is doing its bit for the Symbian platform too, as Nokia announces that it's bringing 'Microsoft Apps' to its sidelined platform.