Nokia released its quarterly financial results yesterday, posting an overall loss for the second consecutive quarter and reigniting discussion over what happens next. As speculation mounts that the company’s assets may be sold either in part or as a whole, much talk has focused on the value of the company’s extensive patent portfolio to potential buyers.

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