Despite Nokia's recent claim that it has "no plans" to return to the phone business, its CEO now says that new Nokia handsets are coming in 2016, when an existing agreement with Microsoft expires.
At its Computex 2015 keynote address Microsoft talked about Windows 10 in many form factors, and showed off two new ultra-small PCs designed for connecting to TVs without being noticable
From PiPO boxes and Xbox updates, to Google-as-a-carrier, Microsoft money, OnePlus invites, Windows flagships and what happens when fanboys fight, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Cyanogen, a startup which has raised a lot of capital and aims to take Android away from Google, has announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft to bring that company's services to the OS.
Customs officials, suspicious at the man's "weird walking posture" discovered 94 iPhones strapped to his body, but for bonus points he also set off airport metal detectors in the process.
Nokia opened pre-orders for its new Android tablet yesterday - but it has already sold out, with all 20,000 available units being snapped up in 4 minutes, and a waiting list of over 560,000 customers.
Nokia has opened pre-orders in China for its new Android 5.0-based tablet, priced at 1599 CNY (just under $260 USD), and the device is expected to launch in some European markets later this year.
From late Microsoft arrivals and early Steam deals, to more Sony leaks, Lollipop on LG, Denim on Verizon, and a phone the size of your head, we look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
An undercover BBC Panorama investigation reveals that workers in Chinese factories that make Apple products have been discovered of being treated poorly.
Stephen Hawking recently warned that artificial intelligence could end mankind, but a more sensible concern is the fact that robots will instead take our jobs.
It seems Apple learned a thing or two after its experiment to bring a 'low cost' iPhone for the masses which wasn't actually that much cheaper at all. Now the 5c will fade into history, very soon.
Although rumors of Apple's use of sapphire crystal displays on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus never materialized, according to a new rumor, it looks like Apple is now entrusting production to Foxconn.
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.
Nokia's logo is vanishing from Lumia devices but it says it will be able to license its brand to other companies for use on handsets from Q4 2016, and that it can already do so on "other devices" now.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took time out to meet the workers on the assembly lines of the iPhone 6 and other devices during his stay in China, ahead of a planned expansion of the workforce at that plant.
Windows Phone may not be perfect, but there's a lot to like, and it's come a long, long way since its earliest days. We take a look at five things that we love about Microsoft's mobile OS.
It seems Foxconn is once again in the public's eye thanks to the way they treat their workers. Employees are protesting for higher wages and better conditions at one of the company's plants.
A Foxconn worker has been detained by police, accused of smuggling numerous iPhone 6 handset shells out of a factory in China, and selling them to a third party for around $160 each.
With so many manufacturers joining Windows Phone lately, it's been a bit difficult to keep up with all the new additions. Our handy guide offers you an overview of Microsoft's device partners.
KAZAM - the handset company created by two former HTC execs - has launched the first in a new range of Windows Phones, and it includes a free replacement service for damaged or cracked screens.
Mass production of the next generation 4.7 inch iPhone will begin as early as this month, and the 5.5 inch variant will enter production in August, according to reports from local news.
According to CEO Terry Gou, Foxconn plans to deploy robots on their factory assembly lines, which produce devices like the iPhone, in order to cut costs and replace human workers.
9to5Mac has posted photos of a curved display panel belonging to the rumored device. The curved edges will provide iPhone users with a more comfortable experience while using the smartphone.
Terry Gou, CEO of Foxconn, has blamed outside factors such as bad breakups, financial and/or family problems as the reason for the run of 24, attempted or otherwise successful, suicides.
A recent report claims that Foxconn, known to have relations with Apple, is seeking 100,000 new workers for the production of the iPhone 6. Foxconn is reportedly taking 70% of the entire production.