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New Devices: How Well Are the Nokia Lumia and Microsoft Surface Selling?

Warning: this post is going to have a lot of conjecture, since it’s incredibly difficult (if not impossible) to get official sales numbers out of a lot of companies. And some companies (ahem, Apple) have a tendency to claim they are experiencing supply problems because demand is so great — presumably to create the illusion […]

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$99 Nokia Lumia 920, $49 Lumia 820 Pre-Order Begins Today

Pre-orders for both the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Lumia 820 begin today at AT&T. Amazingly, the insanely fast and feature-rich Lumia 920 is available for only $99 (contract price), while the 820 will go for $49.99 (also contract price). Available exclusively on AT&T, the Lumia 920 is without a doubt the Nokia new flagship […]

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New Nokia Lumia 900 from AT&T: an Enlightened Way to Do Business

I know, I know, “enlightened” sounds like hyperbole. But occasionally a device comes along that can actually speed up-and smooth out-the daily grind, and the Lumia 900 smartphone appears to be one of them. Consider: If you work your inbox and video chat with clients on the go, you want a crisp screen you don’t […]

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Are people more important than apps? Microsoft, Nokia and AT&T are betting on it.

Today is the second day of CES and out of everything I’ve heard so far one line in particular, from AT&T CEO of Mobility Ralph de la Vega, struck me more than anything else. Speaking of the Windows Phone 7 platform in general, but also specifically about the new Nokia Lumia 900, Ralph said that […]

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Top of the line Windows smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 900, coming exclusively to AT&T

The latest Windows phone has arrived, and it’s quickly going to become known as THE Windows phone to own. Boasting 4G LTE from AT&T, the Nokia Lumia 900 is a beautiful phone. WIth a body molded from a single piece of polycarbonate available in cyan and black. It looks striking, and definitely has a winning aesthetic. But […]

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