Nokia pointed to its new Lumia 1020 phone as an example of how the handset-maker and software partner Microsoft are working more as a team on technology and expanding their menu of applications. Jo Harlow, a top aide to CEO Stephen Elop, referred to the phone's powerful camera and updated software. "We will work very closely together in the future on the products that we're doing and the innovations within those products. That's a two-way street," she said. Separately, Nokia is reportedly developing a sensor that would help Lumia owners find lost items using Bluetooth and near field communication technologies.
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