Lately Nokia has given plenty of choice for people who want to have the latest and the most powerful smartphone in their pocket. Some people need the mobile power for work, some for multimedia, and some for fun. In any case, Nokia has decided to offer a wide range of alternative products to the Apple [...]
Archive for September 2nd, 2009
Facebook is the most popular social networking service that people across the world love to access on their PCs. There are ways to access some Facebook functions from a mobile phone as well, such as photos, but so far, it hasn’t been very attractive or easy. Nokia and Facebook have decided to do something about [...]
Slowly, but determinedly companies that market heart rate monitors have been developing more and more features into those small electronic devices. The products are still wristwatch-size and wristwatch-style compact devices, but they have so many features that the market leader Polar has started calling some models training computers. Fine, heart rate monitors have evolved into [...]
It started innocently. First, we simply wanted to take blurry photos with our mobile phones. Then, clever engineers developed algorithms that allowed us to record video clips. Sure, it was possible to view the video clips on the phone as well. As high-capacity memory cards became common items, it was possible to store TV shows [...]
NewsFactor – Sony Ericsson has announced its second enterprise smartphone. The London-based mobile-phone maker introduced Wednesday the XPERIA X2, a Windows Mobile 6.5-based smartphone equipped with a QWERTY keyboard, a high-resolution touchscreen, and an 8.2-megapixel camera.
PC World – A little understood 20-year-old U.S. Internal Revenue Service rule that taxes employees’ personal use of employer-provided mobile phones should be repealed, trade group CTIA said.
PC World – Nokia today revealed more details about the Booklet, the 3G-enabled netbook announced late last month, at the Nokia World conference in Stuttgart, Germany.
AFP – Nokia, the world’s leading mobile phone maker, unveiled Wednesday three new smartphones as the Finnish firm tries to claw back market share from Apple’s popular iPhone and RiM’s Blackberry.
PC World – Nokia’s new Booklet 3G is an innovative netbook that highlights why Intel and Microsoft should stop hobbling netbook innovation. It also points the way for cellular carriers to become more involved in selling wireless data services.
PC World – China’s three mobile carriers are all developing download platforms like the iPhone App Store as their competition for 3G users intensifies.