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Nokia Has Just Revealed Its New Logo

“In most people’s minds, we are still a successful mobile phone brand, but this is not what Nokia is about.”



nokia has just revealed its new logo

It’s hard to believe that Nokia — the famous Finnish phone manufacturer — has been in the electronics industry since the early 1960s. Even more Amazingly, the company has managed to cling to its iconic logo for over four decades.

Now, for the first time in nearly 45 years, the once mighty smartphone corporation will change its branding. Last Sunday, before the Mobile World Congress Barcelona opening day, the company revealed a new corporate identity. Out goes the iconic blue typeface, and in its place, a sleek, modern replacement.

“We are updating our strategy, and, as a key enabler, we are also refreshing our brand to reflect who we are today: a business-to-business technology innovation leader pioneering the future where networks meet cloud […] In most people’s minds, we are still a successful mobile phone brand, but this is not what Nokia is about,” says Pekka Lundmark, Nokia CEO.

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The company’s phones haven’t been made by the “real Nokia” since Microsoft’s massive $7 billion takeover back in 2014. After the tech giant parted company with Nokia in 2016, former Nokia executives acquired the rights to use the brand for smartphones and tablets. There’s no word yet as to whether future phones will continue to sport the classic logo or not, but many nostalgic tech enthusiasts would surely be disappointed to see the blue font disappear.


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PowerSchool Launches Arab Version Of Its EdTech Platform

The cloud-based solution is now available to Middle Eastern users, helping schools with administrative, communication, and classroom workflows.



powerschool launches arab version of its edtech platform

PowerSchool, a leading cloud-based education software provider, today announced the launch of newly translated and localized solutions for the UAE and wider Gulf Coast and Middle East region.

Native-Arabic speaking educators will now be able to accomplish critical administrative, communication and classroom workflows using newly-updated Arabic translations, as well as access a right-to-left oriented interface, Hijri calendar overlay, and more.

PowerSchool’s platform is able to log student records and create reports in their native language, while teachers can now create enhanced, personalized lessons for their students and digital forms for parents.

powerschool edtech arabic interface

Finally, PowerSchool’s multi-language AI-powered assistant is also in development, and the company plans to launch the tool in the Middle East in the near future.

“With the UAE and other GCC countries prioritizing digital transformation in education, we are pleased to announce the availability of our educational and operational products in Arabic,” revealed Stewart Monk, Senior Vice President & General Manager, International at PowerSchool. “This also aligns with our commitment to provide mission-critical support to education leaders to provide personalized learning for students globally”.

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Along with the launch of a new Dubai office in 2023, PowerSchool seems highly invested in localized Arabic products. The latest announcement from the company strongly signals its commitment to the Middle East and GCC, and comes after the publication of its 2024 Education Focus Report, which takes a deep dive into the region’s education trends and developments.

“PowerSchool’s commitment to providing Arabic localization across its products reflects an understanding of their diverse user base and their commitment to inclusivity,” explained Mohammed Essam, PowerSchool Lead at ESOL Education. “This investment can lead to closer collaboration with educational institutions in the Middle East, fostering innovation and progress in the education sector. Overall, this is a promising direction that could benefit both PowerSchool and the educational community in the region”.

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