One of the Nokia teams not owned by Microsoft has built its own Android launcher

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Now that its Devices and Services business is owned by Microsoft, Nokia is able to experiment more freely in the mobile space. One of its first big moves since the acquisition is Z Launcher, a new third-party Android launcher similar to Aviate, Cover and EverythingMe. Alongside the traditional app dock at the bottom of the screen, it shows the time and date in the top left-hand corner, as well as your next calendar appointment on the right. The bulk of the screen, however, is a list of shortcuts to frequently used apps, contacts and websites. The promise, according to the...

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