Dec 11, 2014

The world in brief, November 19th 2014 | Espresso

Nokia announced the N1, a 7.9-inch tablet computer based on Google’s Android software, signalling the Finnish firm’s return to consumer devices after selling its handset division to Microsoft. The N1 will be manufactured by Foxconn of Taiwan, which builds iPads for Apple. Meanwhile Nokia’s network-equipment business is quietly doing well, too. , Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Japan’s biggest bank...

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