Worst quarter result in ages
Microsoft presented an awful financial report for its fiscal fourth quarter which showed its Nokia right off and poor software sales.
At least it is not Uber
Nokia's ex-boss Stephen Elop might have sold the company's soul and IP to Microsoft but the outfit still has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Nadella denies pulling back
Microsoft is still going to press ahead with mobile despite cutting 7,800 jobs from the Nokia and hardware division, and an 80 per cent write off on the £4.6 billion Nokia deal.
Time to move on
Software King of the World Microsoft has indicated that its turbulent love affair and then marriage to Nokia is over.
Finns bag a French bagette
Finland's Nokia has bought French Alcatel Lucent in a stock deal worth 15.6 billion euro.
Thin, very reminiscent of iPad mini
Nokia created a lot of buzz when it announced its N1 tablet in late 2014. The tablet looked well designed and Nokia promised a price under $250.
Ignore the rumours
A dark satanic rumour which suggests that Nokia might have something more toxic in its results is complete pants according to the outfit.
More away from Windows Phone
We have learned from sources in Nokia, by which mean the part that remained in Finland, that the brand will return to the phone market in the course of 2015.
Intel Mooresfield, USB Type-C, Lollipop
Who would have thunk it