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The Nokia Android phones we always wanted are coming next year

The launch is the official start of a new licensing deal between Nokia and newly-created Finnish conglomerate HMD Global. "Our team is uniquely placed in this setup to deliver promise of reliable Nokia phones for consumers", HMD Global CEO Arto Nummela said in a statement .

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Nokia brand-phones poised for comeback

A new array of Android smartphones adorned with the ever-recognisable Nokia brand will be made available by June 2017, made by former Nokia employees under a new company - HMD Global. The brand "Nokia" has a special nostalgic sort of feeling attached to it. Florian Seiche, president of HMD Global , said: "We believe that the time is right for renewal in the mobile industry".

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Apple said to employ drones to improve Apple Maps

Sources for the publication also indicate that Apple has nabbed at least one member of Amazon's Prime Air division (which is tasked with developing drones that will deliver packages directly to customers). The drones will be able to capture and update Apple Maps at a far quicker rate than Apple's collection of Global Positioning System data-collecting minivans , which began appearing in the United States in early 2015.

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Apple Has a Secret Weapon in Its Battle With Google Maps

In addition, the fleet will also enable them to incorporate information from things like street signs and roadworks into Apple Maps. Apple did not immediately respond to a Fortune request for comment. Amazon, for example, is testing delivery drones at a field in Cambridge , while Facebook wants to use drones built by a Bristol-based company to beam internet signals around the world.

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Apple said to employ drones to improve Apple Maps

Sources for the publication also indicate that Apple has nabbed at least one member of Amazon's Prime Air division (which is tasked with developing drones that will deliver packages directly to customers). The drones will be able to capture and update Apple Maps at a far quicker rate than Apple's collection of Global Positioning System data-collecting minivans , which began appearing in the United States in early 2015.

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Apple said to employ drones to improve Apple Maps

Sources for the publication also indicate that Apple has nabbed at least one member of Amazon's Prime Air division (which is tasked with developing drones that will deliver packages directly to customers). The drones will be able to capture and update Apple Maps at a far quicker rate than Apple's collection of Global Positioning System data-collecting minivans , which began appearing in the United States in early 2015.