the Finnish Transport safety agency Trafi is planning a more rigorous inspection policies, which would mean that in the future more and more of the car might reject repair call instead.auto union, according to the strict would not have essential significance for traffic safety.Tightening would only cause the federation considers unnecessary costs.If trafi's proposal is realized, the rejection would lead to, for example, non-functional license plate light or headlight."the Bulb can return to the testing hall door in when driving.Or it can return immediately after survey.
It has been a tradition since 1991 for China s state television broadcaster, CCTV, to co-hold an annual gala with government agencies on March 15, World Consumer Rights Day, for the sake of protecting consumers rights.The program this year featured mostly tech companies, including the biggest e-commerce site, Taobao, and the food delivery unicorn Ele.me, exposing their acts of infringement and fraud.Let s have a look at what Chinese consumers are complaining about and how companies responded to the charges.Photo from Baidu ImagesEle.meSafe and healthy foods are almost like a luxury product for Chinese people.Reports allege that this platform has provided food from unsanitary, and even unlicensed, restaurants due to the loose process Ele.me employs to authorize a restaurant to operate and the slack regulations they use.Ele.me responded through its official WeChat account saying, Dear consumers, we pay close attention to the problems reported and have formed a new task force to investigate the license validity of all restaurants, and will delist all illegal restaurants.On Thursday, Ele.me announced it had delisted 25,761 illegal restaurants.This still didn t save Ele.me from being singled out by CCTV for criticism.Last December, Alibaba invested USD 1.25 billion in Ele.me, pushing its valuation to USD 4.5 billion.Photo from www.jiqiren365.comDJIThe red-hot drone maker is also on the blacklist .Experts expressed concerns that once a security hole emerged on smart terminals or equipment, criminals could take advantage of the loophole to remotely control the equipment, threatening the physical and property security of consumers.
Nokia is back in the mobile phone business, after a fashion.It has granted HMD Global an exclusive, 10-year license to the famous brand, allowing the Finnish startup to sell Nokia mobile phones and tablets.Meanwhile Microsoft, which bought Nokia's mobile phone activities in 2013, is finally getting out of the feature-phone business, selling its remaining interests in the Nokia brand and its Vietnamese phone factory to HMD and to FIH, a subsidiary of contract manufacturing giant Foxconn, for around US$350 million.Fans of the Lumia brand should still see software updates, but they may not see any new hardware: Microsoft merely said it would "support Lumia phones such as the Lumia 650, Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL," without talking of developing new models.However, its roundabout return to the mobile phone market was clearly telegraphed.As early as 2014 it dipped a toe back into the mobile market with the release of the Nokia-branded N1 tablet, manufactured under license by Foxconn, the manufacturing partner of HMD.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency in the UK has already stopped paper licences and moved them online and is now trying to make them more digital.Photo: Getty ImagesImagine being pulled over by the cops while driving, being asked for your licence, and you pull out your … smartphone.For British motorists, this could soon happen following a sneak preview a new prototype for a mobile licence from the head of the country's driving authority.In a tweet last week, Oliver Morely, chief executive of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency DVLA tweeted a picture of an iPhone with a U.K. driving licence in Apple's Wallet app.1 prototype no timeline yet2 not replacement for photocard, an add-on3 security our priority4 possible because nomorecounterpartThe DVLA is trying to make driving licence more digital.And other pieces of identification are also looking to go digital.
Microsoft has announced it is selling the feature phone business it acquired from Nokia to FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of Foxconn, and the newly-established Finnish company HMD Global for $350 million.But Nokia is still a mobile phone company at heart, and it has previously hinted at a comeback, only this time around it would focus solely on designing products and then license the designs and Nokia brand to someone that can handle manufacturing, sales and distribution.HMD Global is a recently-founded company headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, to be run by former Nokia and Microsoft executive Arto Numella.The company has signed a licensing agreement with Nokia Technologies that gives it the sole use of the Nokia brand on mobile phones and tablets worldwide for the next decade, as well as key cellular patents.HMD will make Nokia-branded phones using Google's Android and will invest $500 million over the next three years "to support the global marketing of Nokia-branded mobile phones and tablets.Some rumors say Microsoft may be focusing on a Surface Phone launch next year and it's unlikely we'll see another Lumia this year.
Nokia announced on Wednesday that it had signed a strategic trademark and patent license agreement, which provides for the Finnish global HMD for the right to use the Nokia brand in the manufacture of mobile phones and tablets. Nokia tune its balance sheet more productive use of intellectual property. The main risk is the partner choice, because the final product must meet the promise of the Nokia brand. Nokia gives HMD for the mark and the mobiiliessentiaalipatenttilisenssien the right to use the royalties, but Nokia does not finance the company financially and does not own shares of the company, Nokia's release states. FIH Mobile Limited announced Wednesday it will acquire the rest of Microsoft's basic phone business, including equipment manufacturing, sales and distribution. According to Nokia, the HMD is planning to invest over 500 million US dollars over the next three years worldwide marketing of mobile phones and tablets sold in Nokia's trademark: This would be to finance the company's investors and acquired the basic phone business income allows.
The Nokia brand is set to return to smartphones, two years after the Finnish company sold its flagship handset business and walked away defeated by Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co.Nokia Oyj said Wednesday it will license its brand to a Helsinki-based company run by former Nokia managers, HMD Global Oy, which plans investments topping $500 million to bring mobile phones and tablets to the market.FIH Mobile Ltd., part of Foxconn Technology Group, will help to build the devices.HMD will be in charge of designing, making and selling the devices, said Ramzi Haidamus, president of Nokia s IP-licensing business.If things don t live up to expectations, the company isn t saddled with enormous inventory and expense still on the books, said Ramon Llamas, an analyst at IDC.Nokia and HMD will be trying to crack a tough market with Samsung, Apple and Huawei Technologies Co. dominating smartphone sales with about half of the total 334 million high-end phones shipped in the first quarter, according to data from researcher IDC.Royal Philips Electronics NV sold its television business to TPV Technology, which kept the Dutch company s name on its sets.For Finns, the deal may restore some national pride in the country s best-known company.The sale of the business, less than three years after then-Chief Executive Officer Stephen Elop joined Nokia from Microsoft, prompted Ilta-Sanomat, Finland s biggest tabloid, to called him a Trojan Horse who assisted Microsoft all along.HMD is now acquiring the rights for the next decade.Nokia more recently has been getting most of its revenue from wireless network equipment and related software and services.
Nokia announced on Wednesday that it had signed a strategic trademark and patent license agreement, which provides for the Finnish global HMD for the right to use the Nokia brand in the manufacture of mobile phones and tablets. Nokia tune its balance sheet more productive use of intellectual property. The main risk is the partner choice, because the final product must meet the promise of the Nokia brand. Nokia gives HMD for the mark and the mobiiliessentiaalipatenttilisenssien the right to use the royalties, but Nokia does not finance the company financially and does not own shares of the company, Nokia's release states. FIH Mobile Limited announced Wednesday it will acquire the rest of Microsoft's basic phone business, including equipment manufacturing, sales and distribution. According to Nokia, the HMD is planning to invest over 500 million US dollars over the next three years worldwide marketing of mobile phones and tablets sold in Nokia's trademark: This would be to finance the company's investors and acquired the basic phone business income allows.
Microsoft is selling the feature phone business it acquired from Nokia back in 2013 to a subsidiary of Chinese manufacturer Foxconn for $350 million, it announced today.At the same time former owner Nokia said it has inked a deal to license its brand to HMD Global, a new Finnish company run by ex-Nokia and Microsoft devices staff, to create a new generation of Nokia-branded mobile phones and tablets .Holding onto a diminishing feature phones business clearly did not hold much appeal for Redmond which — despite its talk of continued development of its own smartphone platform — has been focusing its efforts on building up a services offering via apps made for Android and iOS devices.Last month, for example, it brought its Word Flow keyboard app, originally developed, for Windows over to iOS as an app.The company had already been testing a brand licensing strategy in mobile devices, working with Foxconn on an Android based tablet, the N1, for the Asian market back in 2015.Commenting on the impending return of the Nokia brand to the mobile market, Ramzi Haidamus, president of Nokia Technologies, dubbed it an exciting new chapter , adding in a statement: Instead of Nokia returning to manufacturing mobile phones itself, HMD plans to produce mobile phones and tablets that can leverage and grow the value of the Nokia brand in global markets.
Photo: Asim Bijarani International research in the ICT sector and consulting company Gartner analyst, Nokia's brand is being taken to a competitive market. Nokia announced on Wednesday that it has made a trademark and a patent license agreement, which gives the HMD Global for the right to create mobile phones and tablets Nokia brand. For Nokia, this is risk-free, however, another option. Nokia does not finance the company financially and does not own shares in the company. These competitive market requires more than well-known brand. Investors seem enthusiastic license agreement, as Nokia's share was 2.1 per cent rise 4.63 euros on the Helsinki Stock Exchange.
Photo: Henrik Kärkkäinen Finnish Global HMD starts producing phones and tablets, Nokia's license. Is a technology company Nokia has signed a strategic trademark and patent license agreement with the Finnish HMD Global. The agreement will give the new company a worldwide exclusive right to use the Nokia brand in the manufacture of mobile phones and tablets for ten years. According to Nokia, the HMD has been set up to operate as an independent company that focuses on providing a wide range with the Nokia trademark basic phones, smartphones and tablets. To complement the rights related to the use of Nokia's trade mark HMD has conditionally agreed to acquire from Microsoft the right to use the basic phones of Nokia brand and certain rights related to design. Divested operations include Nokia phones as well-known basic design, production and sales.
The newly trademark and license agreement means that the newly formed company HMD Global will create a new generation of mobile phones and tablets with the Nokia brand. HMD is also planning to buy the right to use the Nokia brand of simpler phones, so-called "feature phones", from the American IT giant Microsoft, which took over Nokia's mobile phone business in 2014, according to a press release from Nokia. The company receives exclusive rights to manufacture mobile phones and tablets with the Nokia mark the next ten years and will invest more than $ 500 million, over four billion, over three years, according to the press release. Behind the HMD is the venture capital company Smart Connect, led by Nokia veteran Jean-Francois Baril. HMD will be an independent company in relation to Nokia, which will neither invest in or hold shares of HMD. But Nokia will have one of five chairs in the HMD's board and check that the work responds to what Nokia sees that consumers' expectations of the brand in terms of issues such as design and quality.
Photo: Gustau Nacarino / Reuters Foxconn, a subsidiary of the former to acquire Nokia's basic phones. Acquisition, FIH Mobile also purchase Microsoft Mobile's manufacturing plant in Vietnam. Divested operations include Nokia phones as well-known basic design, production and sales. Nokia phone brand is transferred to the Finnish HMD global sized, which makes the global exclusive right to use the Nokia brand in the manufacture of mobile phones and tablets for ten years. The brand is owned by the network equipment company Nokia license Technologies Unit, Nokia. HMD Technologies and Nokia have signed an FIH with a cooperation agreement to support the development of global business of mobile phones and tablets sold under the trademark of Nokia, Nokia says in a statement.
How many do not remember the old Nokia phones? Finnish Nokia is back - but do not manufacture handsets itself. Instead, they will be developed by the newly formed company HMD. It has previously written about that Nokia wants to make a comeback in the mobile world, and now it is clear that it will. According to the Wall Street Journal, the company signed a trademark and license agreement under which the newly formed HMD Global Oy will create a new generation of mobile phones and tablets under the Nokia brand. According to a press release from Nokia so plan HMD also buying the right to use the Nokia brand of mobile phones easier, so-called feature phones, Microsoft, which in 2014 took over Nokia's mobile operations
Nokia 3210Nokia has announced plans to re-enter the smartphone and tablet market with a range of branded devices.The company has granted HMD, a newly-formed Finnish firm, exclusive global license to create Nokia-branded phones and tablets for the next ten years.HMD said it would invest $500 million £346m over the next three years to relaunch Nokia's phone and tablet business.The new range will run exclusively on Android, Nokia said in a statement.A separate deal between HMD and Microsoft, which purchased Nokia's device business for €5.44 billion £4.6bn in September 2013, will give the former rights to use the Nokia brand on lower-end feature phones.Microsoft's agreement with HMD is part of a wider sell-off of its entire feature phone business, which will also see some assets transferred to FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of manufacturing giant Foxconn.
International research in the ICT sector and consulting company Gartner analyst, Nokia's brand is being taken to a competitive market. Nokia announced on Wednesday that it has made a trademark and a patent license agreement, which gives the HMD Global for the right to create mobile phones and tablets Nokia brand. For Nokia, this is risk-free, however, another option. Nokia does not finance the company financially and does not own shares in the company. These competitive market requires more than well-known brand. Investors seem enthusiastic license agreement, as Nokia's share was 2.1 per cent rise 4.63 euros on the Helsinki Stock Exchange.
Nokia has just announced that a licensing deal will see a new range of Android phones and tablets produced under its name for the next ten years.Earlier this morning, we found out that Microsoft was selling its feature phone business, branded using Nokia s name, to a Foxconn subsidiary, FIH Mobile.Now, Nokia has explained as part of the deal it s provided FIH with an exclusive global license to create a full range of Nokia-branded smartphones, tablets, and feature phones for the next decade .The Finnish company explains that the new smartphones and tablets will be based on Android, though there aren t any more details right now.You may, however, be in for a wait before you re toting a new Android-loaded Nokia.There is still much work for HMD to do, so you ll need to wait a bit longer to see what the next wave of Nokia phones and tablets look like, explains the firm.
The company had actually made a trademark with the HMD and Global established a patent license agreement in Finland. The OP Bank analyst Hannu Rauhala warns against the toughest expectations of Nokia's latest get-go consumer market. We do not invest in this company at all, but it will perform all marketing, product development and manufacturing independently, Haidamus said Kauppalehti. The share rose 2.9 per cent to end up 4.67, and trade in it were worth EUR 120 million, ie almost a third of the Helsinki stock exchange throughout the day. Lifting gear company Konecranes palautteli continue Monday Terex-kauppaspurttia. Stock exchange 18.05. at 18:45 Finnish time.
Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes speaking in San Francisco last year.The Edison machines were touted as revolutionary and were the main basis for the $9 billion valuation attained by the Palo Alto, Calif., company in a funding round in 2014.The company has told the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services that it has issued tens of thousands of corrected blood-test reports to doctors and patients, voiding some results and revising others, according to the person familiar with the matter.In response to questions from The Wall Street Journal about the blood-test corrections, Theranos spokeswoman Brooke Buchanan said: Excellence in quality and patient safety is our top priority and we ve taken comprehensive corrective measures to address the issues CMS raised in their observations.As these matters are currently under review, we have no further comment at this time.CMS also has threatened to revoke the California lab s federal license and impose fines against Theranos.
Nokia, the makers of most people s first mobile phone, is poised to make a comeback after finalising a deal to license out its brand onto a new line of phones and tablets.The Finnish tech firm today announced that it has signed a licencing deal with a newly formed company called HMD Global, which will work on a new line of Android-powered Nokia smartphones and tablets that will go on sale in the coming years.FIH Mobile is the firm that has actually picked up what s left of Nokia from Microsoft, who bought the company in 2014 in a move that descended into disaster – failing to gain any real traction with their Lumia line before writing off billions of dollars relating to the acquisition.Today marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for the Nokia brand in an industry where Nokia remains a truly iconic name, Ramzi Haidamus, president of Nokia Technologies, said.Working with HMD and FIH will let us participate in one of the largest consumer electronics markets in the world while staying true to our licensing business model.Nokia will even have a place on the board of HMD, and will set mandatory brand requirements and performance-related provisions for the new products that appear.
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