By Salvador Rodriguez
10:00 PM EDT, July 11, 2013
Nokia stole tech headlines Thursday with the unveiling of the Lumia 1020, a smartphone with a 41-megapixel sensor, while Microsoft announced a company restructuring.
Nukia unveils Lumia 1020
The Lumia 1020 feature a 41-megapixel camera sensor, which is much more than you'll find on any other smartphone. Nokia says the extra megapixels will make it possible for users to zoom in on photos after they've already been taken and still get a high-quality image. The phone will launch July 26 on AT&T for $299.
Microsoft restructures company, won't focus on Windows
CEO Steve Ballmer announced a company reorganization that will shift Microsoft's focus from its Windows operating system to devices and services. Ballmer is also cutting the company's divisions from eight to four to facilitate better collaboration between the business units.
Study finds nearly 1 in 10 Americans smartphone owners use device during sex
The 2013 Mobile Consumer Habits study released Thursday found that nearly 1 in 10 American smartphone owners use their devices during sex. Nearly 3 in 4 also said they keep their phones within 5 feet of them the majority of the time.
Apple unearths ruins from the 15th century in Spain
During construction of a new Apple Store in Madrid, Apple reportedly uncovered the walls to a hospital built in the 15th century. That hospital, built to treat victims of the plague, was razed in the 1800s, but its remaining wall will be preserved within the Apple Store.
Sprint guarantees customers unlimited data for life
The carrier announced new plans Thursday that guarantee customers unlimited data for life -- or as long as Sprint stays in business. The cheapest plan allows customers to get one line of unlimited talk, text and data for $80.
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