Nokia was once the world's leading mobile phone producer until smartphones from Apple and devices using Android's operating system from Google overtook it.
The company completed a merger with Alcatel-Lucent of France as part of a move to provide broadband infrastructure software and services. This page collates recent DW content on the firm.
A Finnish invention comes home. After the much-hyped announcement at this year's Barcelona Mobile World Congress of the return of the beloved Nokia classic 3310, the so-called dumbphone has sold out in former home market of Finland, among other markets. For some, it was like a lost love returning. But in other markets where smartphones aren't ubiquitous, the dumbphone never really left.
To protect children and vulnerable communities during times of disasters in India, Finnish technology company Nokia and the international non-profit Save the Children are joining hands. The aim is to ensure that affected communities can reach out to authorities for timely help during disasters that is often missing. DW's Murali Krishnan has been finding out more about the new technology.