Nokia’s Head of Developer Relations Leaves for Gig at Amazon (AllThingsD)
Marco Argenti, Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK)’s head of developer relations, announced on Tuesday that he is leaving the company and is taking a job at Amazon. “Its been an exciting ride at #Nokia, glad 2 have been part of and wishing great success 4 the future,” Argenti said on Twitter, adding what appears to be a reference to taking a gig at Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN).
Nokia Lumia 928 now free via Verizon (CNET)
Verizon customers with an eye on Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK)’s Lumia 928 can now pick up the phone for free. Initially selling for $99, the phone’s price was chopped to zero on Monday. Verizon naturally requires the usual two-year contract. But before you get ready to sign a deal, Verizon’s Web site currently says the phone is temporarily out of stock. CNET contacted the carrier to see when the phone might be available again online and if and where consumers can find it at Verizon retail stores.
Nokia in partnership with Airtel launch Asha 501, 210 in Lagos (WorldStage)
Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) in partnership with Airtel Nigeria on Tuesday launched the newly introduced Nokia Asha 501 and 210 in Lagos. The event at the Banana Island, Ikoyi’s office of Airtel was witnessed by Nokia Vice President, Central Africa, top officials of Nokia, Airtel and journalists from different media houses. Vice President, Central Africa of Nokia, Nick Imudia, in his address said the Nokia Asha Series – 501 and 210 are fantastic, great and have all the latest apps.
Nokia Amber update coming in late August, early September (GSMArena.com)
We know everything about the Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) Amber update, except for the launch date. We had heard August from Nokia Spain’s Twitter, but those social networking accounts are often unreliable. Now Nokia PR at the Lumia 925 launch in Taiwan says late August, early September is the target. That’s good news, but unfortunately there’s some bad news too – apparently, Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) will prioritize the Lumia 920 update, which potentially means lower profile devices will have to wait. That wouldn’t be ideal, considering the humble Lumia 520 has exploded in popularity.
Nokia leaving Las Colinas tower, Epsilon moving in (Dallas Morning News)
Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) is leaving its high-profile building in Las Colinas. And another high-tech firm is moving into the office high-rise on State Highway 114 near Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Marketing services firm Epsilon is renting 222,000 square feet of office space that formerly housing Nokia at 6021 Connection Dr. Epsilon also leased 28,000 square feet in an adjoining property at 6031 Connection Dr. Both buildings are owned by Atlanta-based Piedmont Office Realty Trust.