Publication site Bloomberg recently reported that Apple is among the list of companies Nokia is hoping will purchase their struggling ‘HERE Maps’, as they seek to cut divisions that are losing money. Read more
Apple recently released a new trade-in initiative geared toward Android phone owners who would like to upgrade to an iPhone. Part of Apple’s existing Reuse and Recycling Program, the non-iPhone trade-in is now kicking-off in the United States and several European countries, including the United Kingdom, France and Italy. Read more
A comparison between cameras has taken place, putting the goods that Apple stuffed in their latest smartphone against the likes of the Lumia 1020’s 41-pixel monster and the Galaxy S4’s 13-megapixel beast.
Not everyone likes the iPhone, especially Apple’s competitors at Samsung, Nokia and HTC. In a recent talk show interview the CEO at Nokia took the host’s iPhone and threw it to the ground.
Who uses up more internet bandwidth than every other smartphone out there? The iPhone, that’s who. Apple’s handset has trumped Nokia to become the number one smartphone in bandwidth consumption. Read more
Even though Nokia has their own mobile phone line, they’ve decided to get into the app-offering business, more specifically they’ve decided to get into the business of making a more improved and better version of Apple’s map and they’re calling it Here. Read more
The media attention Apple’s iPhone 5 received is far more substantial than that received by Samsung (Galaxy Note II) and Nokia (Lumia 920).
Nokia has posted an infographic on its official Facebook page detailing why its Lumia 920 is better than the iPhone 5.
Replacing the Samsung Galaxy S3 with the Nokia Lumia 920, a fan for the latter smartphone (or perhaps even Nokia themselves) has created a comparison image of the two devices, with Nokia’s device being portrayed in a triumphant manner.