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New research says almost 5 per cent of Europe's online traffic comes from mobile devices

comScore has published research from France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom that shows smartphones, tablets and other non-computer web-enabled devices drove 4.6% of total digital traffic in August.

91.4 million people across the five EU countries said they were using smartphones, up 46% from 2010.

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Nokia reveals quarterly loss ahead of Windows Phone launch

Handset manufacturer Nokia, which is expected to reveal its first Windows Phone devices at Nokia World in London next week, has published financial results for the third quarter of 2011.

Overall net sales fell to 8.98 billion Euro, down 13% on the previous year, with the company making a loss for the quarter.

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Android is now Europe's 2nd favourite mobile OS

The latest data from the comScore MobiLens service shows that almost a quarter of European smartphone users now have an Android device.

However, Symbian still remains as the most-used operating system.

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Nokia and Alpine reveal new in-car technology

At last year’s Geneva Motor Show, Nokia was talking about the proposed ‘Terminal Mode’ industry standard that would enable smartphones to support in-car entertainment and information systems.

Since then, Terminal Mode has become MirrorLink - and now Nokia has announced the first commercially available solution for the MirrorLink platform.

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Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint coming to Symbian Belle

Nokia says its forthcoming Symbian Belle operating system, which is expected by the end of the year, will include a range of Microsoft productivity applications.

They’ll be called Microsoft Apps and will include mobile versions of Microsoft Lync and Microsoft OneNote. A further update in the first half of 2012 will introduce Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint as native applications.

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