Author Archive: Alan Alexeyev

I studied at the University of Houston and currently reside in Texas. I'm blogging here to express my opinions on Nokia and review apps, services, or devices as I get the chance. Feel free to ask me questions on Twitter @alan713.

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Follow Euro 2012 on Nokia Maps

Follow Euro 2012 on Nokia Maps

| June 7, 2012 | 13 Replies

Nokia has launched a guide to Euro 2012. Users can find the information and location of  the stadiums and the full list of matches that will be played on. When clicking on cities like Kiev and Warsaw,  the link takes you to the City Guides, where one can see the current time and weather information, city facts as well as […]

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Nokia Lumia 710 for $199 at T-Mobile USA

Nokia Lumia 710 for $199 at T-Mobile USA

| February 26, 2012 | 6 Replies

There’s an awesome deal going on now at T-Mobile stores. You buy Nokia Lumia 710 for $199 off-contract prepaid, but you also have to activate a $50 plan on it so total is $250+tax. The plan includes unlimited minutes and SMS plus 100Mb of data on 3G speeds + unlimited 2G (EDGE). Not many people […]

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Nokia Lumia 900 is the best phone at CES 2012

Nokia Lumia 900 is the best phone at CES 2012

| January 12, 2012 | 69 Replies

According to ZDnet and PopScience Nokia Lumia 900 has been named as the best phone at this year’s CES. I couldn’t agree more on that. 900, coming from N9 and 800, couldn’t feel any better in hand, it’s just a pleasure to hold and use. Rumours say that 900 will be available on AT&T in […]

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Windows Phone. What’s in the name?

Windows Phone. What’s in the name?

| January 11, 2012 | 42 Replies

I have been talking to people a lot about Windows Phone and what they think about what Windows Phone is is shocking me at times. Many people confuse that the name of the OS ‘Windows Phone’ with phone that runs Windows (desktop version), thinking it’s buggy and full of viruses. For that matter one should […]

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Nokia Open Innovation Research

Nokia Open Innovation Research

| May 20, 2011 | Reply

Nokia awarded University of Houston and several other universities to develop a novel gesture interface based, mixed reality social interaction game on mobile. It consists of two interactive components: a physical world component and a virtual world component.  This award comes with $30,000 research cash plus donation of 15 Nokia N900s. UH also  joins a […]

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Nokia? How do you spell it?

Nokia? How do you spell it?

| January 8, 2011 | 14 Replies

Day 1: So here I was, live at CES in Las Vegas!  Was so glad to get the bloggers badge in the morning. This is the greatest tech show on the planet, so many companies unveiling their products! However, first thing I was looking for Nokia booths, and it took me 1,5 hours just to […]

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Nokia N900 and Nokia 5530 in Google’s top 5 most searched consumer electronics 2010.

Nokia N900 and Nokia 5530 in Google’s top 5 most searched consumer electronics 2010.

| December 10, 2010 | 19 Replies

Mashable reported yesterday that from Google’s zeitgeist (report on most searched terms) that in the consumer electronics category, TWO of the top 5 were the Nokia N900 (5th) and Nokia 5530 (3rd). First place was the iPad, 2nd iPhone 4 and 4th was HTC Evo 4G. Not N8 huh? After all the fuss, leaks, drama, […]

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Nokia N8 Saving Engadget Editor’s WP7-killed microSD Story on Engadget

Nokia N8 Saving Engadget Editor’s WP7-killed microSD Story on Engadget

| November 17, 2010 | 7 Replies

Yesterday, Andre wrote a post about how a Nokia N8 brought back to life Engadget Editor’s WP7-killed microSD, thanks to Antonio. Some thought that Engadget wouldn’t dare glorify a Nokia by posting about such a story. That’s now on Engadget So how does Nokia come into play here? Well, it turns out that Symbian is […]

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