From the rise of Jolla and Nokia's smartphone return, to Google's Photos faux pas, OnePlus invites, and the $169 Windows 'Cloudbook', it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Jolla has unveiled Sailfish 2.0 with a "totally new and visually refreshed" UI and improved Android app performance, and Sailfish devices are on the way from Jolla's first hardware partner for the OS.
Currently, Jolla is a niche product. Although they have created two popular hardware products, it looks as though Jolla is looking to refocus its efforts on its software business.
The Russian government wants to reduce its dependence on foreign software, and has announced plans to develop its own smartphone operating system, based on the open-source Jolla Sailfish OS.
In just a few hours Jolla managed to blast past its $380k goal to bring a tablet to the masses that will seriously undercut the big players in the same market, now they want to add more features.
Jolla unveiled the impressive Jolla Tablet last week. Marc Dillon, COO and co-founder of Jolla also took the time to discuss the past, present, and future of Jolla at Slush 2014.
This week saw devastating Azure outages, lot's of Black Friday deals and plenty of Windows 10 news which included a kernel change in our in-depth tech roundup of the week.
Jolla, the company made up of mainly ex-Nokia folks, has unveiled its new tablet project today and an Indiegogo campaign to go alongside it. The tablet comes with decent specs and is priced at $189.
Jolla has unveiled a new teaser image that suggests the ex-Nokia team will announce a new device next week. Although details are scarce, the tagline could suggest a new phablet or tablet device.
Jolla phone owners get ready: a new accessory is making its debut. The new illuminated and magnetically attached keyboard will be available in the next day on Kickstarter.
The Jolla phone is now available in India - exclusively through Snapdeal.com - for Rs.16,499, offering a dual-core Snapdragon 400, 1GB RAM, 8MP camera and a 4.5-inch 960x540px display.
From new Windows Phones and OS previews, to Twitter tragedies, curious comments and Windows in your windows, we take a look back at some of the highlights from this week's tech news on Neowin.
The chairman of Jolla - formed by ex-Nokia employees, and which created the Jolla Phone and Sailfish OS - believes that his OS, not Windows Phone or BlackBerry, is "the third mobile operating system".
The Jolla smartphone created by ex-Nokia employees who worked on the Maemo/Meego operating system and the Nokia N9, will soon be launching in India through a local e-commerce partner.
Ex-Nokia team Jolla is introducing an Android launcher, days after their former employer did so too. Jolla Launcher will begin its alpha test next week and is looking for testers for the experience.
After launching in September at €399, Jolla has reduced the price of its Sailfish OS device to €349. The handset runs a Linux-based OS and is said to be the spiritual successor the Nokia N9.
An engineer from Jolla has tweeted to say that it is "unwise" to exchange an old Samsung for a new Nokia Lumia because "you may get Sailfish OS to it soonish".
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.
A team of ex-Nokia employees has created the Jolla, a new phone that runs Sailfish. This is a new and upgraded version of Nokia's Meego operating system which was abandoned in favor of Windows Phone.
Nokia may have abandoned MeeGo, but some of its former employees will launch a new MeeGo-based OS on a new handset next month. With over $270m in funding behind them, this could be just the beginning.
Jolla, the recent startup of former Nokia employees dedicated to revitalizing MeeGo, announced its first partnership today, a distribution deal with China's largest mobile phone retailer.
A team comprised of ex-Nokia members who worked on the MeeGo-based N9 smartphone have launched a new startup company, Jolla, that will develop a new mobile OS based on MeeGo.