Nokia has released a new smartphone that runs ‘Nokia X’, the mobile software platform based on the Android Open Source Project.
It’s the first Android-powered device released by Nokia since the company’s mobile division was acquired by Microsoft.
Google and Microsoft have agreed to include a ‘kill switch’ in the next versions of Android and Windows, which will prevent thieves from reactivating a stolen smartphone.
Apple’s iOS already incorporates a similar feature.
Google has started selling its Google Glass wearable glasses-style computers in the UK.
They’re currently priced at £1,000 including frames or sunshades.