Posts Tagged: "Nokia"

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The Nokia Lumia Icon Is A New, And Excellent, Flagship Phone

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Microsoft has spent a lot of time and energy trying to make Windows Phone more than just an also-ran. And while they’ve delivered some pretty great phones to support Windows Phone 8, there just hasn’t been the one phone that breaks through. Can the Nokia Lumia Icon turn that around?...

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Move Over Google Glass, Vuzix Has Its Own Smart Glasses

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Google’s Glass has some competition! Vuzix has announced its M2000AR HMD smart glasses that benefits from the new Wavequide optics that’s built in partnership with Nokia. While Google Glass is meant to be for the general population, Vuzix’s smart glasses is targeted toward industrial users, but one for consumers isn’t far behind....

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Nokia Will Have The First Smartphone That Shoots RAW

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Nokia has, of late, invested a lot of time and energy into the cameras on its phones. We’ve all seen the ad where people get clotheslined at a school play talking about its lens and zoom features. But Nokia is really doubling down, according to rumor, and going RAW. RAW...

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Nokia Lumia 1520 is a 6-inch Phablet, Leaked in Pics

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Pictured here is what is said to be Nokia’s newest Windows phone, a 6-inch device that sits some where between tablet and smartphone. According to the Verge’s tipster, the Nokia Lumia 1520 will sports a 6-inch 1080p display, 32GB of storage expandable via an SD slot, 2GB of RAM, and...

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Nokia’s Symbian Put To Rest

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The end must come to all and it seems that Nokia’s Symbian smartphone platform will no longer be around, as reported by The Financial Times this past Wednesday. According to their report, Nokia has built and shipped out their last batch of Symbian smartphones ever. What was once the most...

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The Jolla Story

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Jolla was formed by those responsible for the Linux-based N770, N800, N810, N900, N9 (and other variants) running Maemo/MeeGo who found themselves surplus to requirements at Nokia as an indirect result of the Burning Platform memo in 2011. The “Burning Platform” memo was issued by the venerable Stephen Elop upon...