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If you're a Nokia Lumia 710 user on T-Mobile, you won't be getting the Windows Phone 7.8 update as the company confirmed today. It's another story in the disappointing saga of the legacy update
The Windows Phone 7.8 update is rolling out, but its distribution is carrier-dependent - a fact that will hurt owners of Nokia's Lumia 710 on T-Mobile US, who won't be offering the update.
Ahead of the launch of its new Windows Phone 8 devices, Nokia is reportedly dropping prices on its current-generation Lumia Windows Phones by as much as 15 percent.
Nokia has announced that the Windows Phone 7 "Tango" update has begun the rollout process for the Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 smartphones. It should be completed by the end of July.
A recently leaked memo from T-Mobile indicates that owners of the Lumia 710 in the US will start to receive the Windows Phone Tango update beginning today, with completion by the end of July.
People who purchase the Nokia Lumia 710 smartphone from T-Mobile in the US will be able to get a free cover promoting The Dark Knight Rises movie.
Nokia believes its Lumia Windows Phones are perfect for business customers, and the company's David Mason sat down with Neowin at Microsoft TechEd 2012 to explain why.
Nokia has announced that its Windows Phone-based Reading app will be available to download for all phones in its Lumia family sometime this week in a number of countries.
Nokia leapt from its 'burning platform' into the arms of Microsoft when it adopted Windows Phone last year. But as Nokia continues to burn through cash, will Microsoft end up buying the mobile giant?
Nokia has released a beta versions of a new Windows Phone app for its Lumia devices called City App, which lets users see names of businesses and other locations via the phone's camera.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has admitted as part of the company's quarterly financial results that overall worldwide sales of its Windows Phone-based Lumia devices "have been mixed."
A report finds that Europe's leading mobile operators believe that Nokia's Lumia Windows Phones are too expensive, lacking innovation and impeded by an OS that no-one wants.
While neither Nokia nor T-Mobile will reveal specific sales figures for the Lumia 710 in the US, other indications show that the Windows Phone device has been a solid seller so far.
A new update on Nokia's web site confirms that the Lumia 710 and 800 will receive an update that will enable tethering, while the upcoming Lumia 610 and Lumia 900 will ship with tethering.
Nokia is giving owners of the Lumia 710 smartphone in the US a chance to get a free cover for the phone in a variety of different colors via a new promotional deal.
Two phone carriers in Nokia's home country of Finland have revealed that the Windows Phone-powered Lumia 800 is the best selling smartphone in that region for the month of February.
T-Mobile plans to offer all of its 4G-based smartphones for free (sort of) on Saturday, February 11. That includes the recent Windows Phone-based Nokia Lumia 710.
A new report claims that Nokia's Windows Phone-powered Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 smartphones will finally make their appearance in Australia sometime in March 2012.
A new survey of analysts predicts that Nokia has sold as many as 1.3 million units of its Windows Phone-based Lumia smartphones by the end of 2011, ahead of Nokia's official financial numbers reveal.
Nokia's new Lumia 710 smartphone, which just launched a few days ago in the US via T-Mobile, is now being offered for free on Walmart's Let's Talk web site with a new two year contract.
A new analyst note predicts that Nokia could ship as many as 37 million of its Windows Phone-based smartphones worldwide in 2012, with 64 million of those smartphones shipped in 2013.
Microsoft has announced it will sell unlocked versions of Nokia's Lumia 800 in its Microsoft Stores in various colors. It also revealed the Lumia 710 and 800 are coming to Canada.
A new report claims that Lumia-based smartphones from Nokia are now getting a "Nokia Collection" of Nokia-made apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace with no user intervention needed.
Nokia has some major plans for the US market in 2012, under the umbrella title "Operation Rolling Thunder", its title for launching a number of different phones in the US.
Nokia have unveiled the first handset they intend to use to gain momentum in the United States, with the Windows Phone 7-powered Lumia 710.
Nokia has announced that the Lumia 710 smartphone, the cheaper version of the already available Lumia 800, is now available for sale in Taiwan with a global launch planned for later.
Nokia and T-Mobile are inviting the press to attend a media event on December 14 in New York City where it is likely that the two companies will announce the launch of the Nokia Lumia phones in the US
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has confirmed that the company's new Lumia family of Windows Phone-based smartphones will launch in Latin American countries in the first quarter of 2012.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said that the company will release both more expensive and cheaper Windows Phone devices as the Lumia 800 launched in parts of Europe today.
Since the Nokia Lumia phones were announced last week, Nokia has launched a full scale advertising assault across TV, billboards and on the internet in the UK. A good sign for the future of WP7.
If you missed all the announcements from Nokia World 2011 in London, we have a round-up that goes over all the things Nokia showed off, including their new Windows Phones
The just announced Lumia 710 smartphone from Nokia has now appeared on the company's US web site, even though the Windows Phone 7-based device won't be sold in the US until 2012.
Nokia has some rather odd marketing plans to help launch its new Windows Phone 7-based Lumia devices including setting up fake saunas at bus stop, DJ on sidewalks and more.
Nokia has launched its TV commercial campaign for its Windows Phone 7-based Lumia 800 smartphone, promoting the phone's marketing tag line "The Amazing Everyday".
In its newest Windows Phone 7 blog entry, Microsoft goes over some of the more unique features of Nokia's newly revealed Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 smartphone devices.