The Finnish government has criticized Microsoft after the company's latest announcement of 1,850 job losses. According to the government, Microsoft broke promises that it made when it bought Nokia.
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Microsoft has confirmed yet another round of layoffs affecting the phone hardware division that was acquired from Nokia last year, which will result in the closure of an unit and 2300 job cuts.
Microsoft's decision to cut 18,000 jobs from its workforce, including many former Nokia employees, has prompted Finland's government to call on the company to help those displaced by the layoffs.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft won't launch the Xbox One in the Nordic countries in Europe until the third quarter of 2014. Microsoft is not commenting on the report.
The first Jolla smartphone is finally on the market. Jolla is created by a team of ex-Nokia engineers and the handset is running on Sailfish OS, a rebranded and upgraded version of Meego.
Data from IDC shows that Samsung outsold Nokia in Finland last quarter, taking 36% of the handset market to Nokia's 33%. Samsung will also open a new R&D centre in Espoo, home of Nokia's global HQ.
Nokia has dropped the price of their Lumia flagship devices in preparation for their upcoming launch. As a result they seem to be selling like crazy, especially in Finland where they have sold out.
Netflix has announced that it will expand its streaming movie and TV show business to the countries of Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland before the end of 2012.
Nokia no longer makes any of its mobile phones in its native Finland. The final Nokia device made in its home country shipped from its Salo factory on Wednesday and the plant will close in September.
A new report on mobile web browser access shows that Nokia's home country of Finland is the biggest market for Windows Phone devices with 7.53 percent of the country's mobile web market share.
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