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Nokia not big on India, sees the market as its

Nokia not big on India, sees the market as its "least favourable" for doing buisiness

It would appear that Nokia isn't too keen on India these days. At least from a manufacturer's stand point. The issue at hand seems to be a hefty tax bill that has the Windows Phone OEM considering the country its "least favourable" market to operate in. Nokia is fighting a $20 Billion rupee tax demand from the Indian Government (about $311 million U.S.). A tax burden that may have Nokia...

George Ponder 89
Analysis - Nokia progressing through challenging transition with Windows Phone

Analysis - Nokia progressing through challenging transition with Windows Phone

Today Nokia revealed its interim financial results for Q2 2012.  Nothing too shocking, really.  Keep in mind that this is a company that was once the largest phone manufacturer in the world, driven by Symbian and feature phones. Nokia now has to find its place in the smartphone market, and this position will really depend upon the market success of Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform. ...

Chris Umiastowski 43
Microsoft saving Windows Phone developers time by cross-submitting apps to new markets

Microsoft saving Windows Phone developers time by cross-submitting apps to new markets

If you're an extremely busy developer with little time available to submit your app(s) to emerging markets that are being added to the ecosystem, then Microsoft is ready to lend a hand. Developers (including our Jay Bennett) have or will be receiving an email from the software giant requesting permission to submit apps to the new markets with no effort required from the developer. From...

Rich Edmonds 22