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Connectivity Analyzer from Nokia Beta Labs!

Connectivity Analyzer from Nokia Beta Labs!

| November 28, 2010 | 8 Replies

Hey all, it’s been a while since i’v properly blogged on “My Nokia Blog” but as I no longer have time to post as much as i’d like to on my own TheTekBlogger.com, I thought Jay wouldn’t mind me posting here! One of the recent creations from the people over at Nokia Beta Labs yet […]

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Black Friday deal for the Nokia N8

Black Friday deal for the Nokia N8

| November 27, 2010 | Reply

This Friday marks, for many people living in the US, the beginning of the holiday shopping season. As is customary, the Friday after the Thanksgiving holiday known as Black Friday is a day when stores around the US offer huge deals on most of the products in their stores and Nokia USA is no exception. […]

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Nokia taking Symbian development back in house, Foundation remains to control licensing and patents

Nokia taking Symbian development back in house, Foundation remains to control licensing and patents

| November 8, 2010 | Reply

  As mentioned before in the press release Jay posted, and has been rumored in the blogosphere for quite a while, it seems that Nokia and the Symbian board have taken a decisive step towards improving the Symbian OS, speeding up time to market, improving developer and OEM relations and at the same time cut […]

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SYMBEOSE: EU and major European corporations invest in Symbian

SYMBEOSE: EU and major European corporations invest in Symbian

| November 2, 2010 | Reply

  SYMBEOSE: Symbian the Embedded Operation System for Europe is a new initiative led by the EU and a number of major European corporations such as Nokia, ST-Ericsson and a host of others, including academic organisations with the major objective of improving the Symbian OS in order to take it above and beyond it’s current […]

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Symbian web browser sluggish??  Javascript to blame

Symbian web browser sluggish?? Javascript to blame

| October 20, 2010 | 49 Replies

  While this is by no means an empirical test, I’ve seen mention in a number of places on the web that the main reason for the dismal performance of the Symbian Web browser is the lack of adequate CPU power, I can categorically say that this is a false assumption. I’m currently using a […]

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Ari Jaaksi, VP of MeeGo Devices resigns

Ari Jaaksi, VP of MeeGo Devices resigns

| October 5, 2010 | Reply

Well that’s something none of us expected. Given Nokia’s push for MeeGo as their singular high-end solution to compete with (read: crush) iOS and Android and the amount of buzz that has been generated both within and external to the company about this coming OS, it’s rather surprising that one of the most important men […]

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27 minute hands-on with the Nokia N8

27 minute hands-on with the Nokia N8

| October 5, 2010 | Reply

Matthew Miller from Nokia Experts and ZDNet has put up a 27 minute hands on with a certain blue Nokia N8. Given that he’s somewhat well-versed in the use of Symbian devices it was a pretty smooth and thorough run-through given the obvious time and format limitations. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nd2PlLV88aU&feature=player_embedded] Some of the key take-aways from his […]

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Video: Foursquare for Symbian (demoed on the Nokia N8) Download now from the Ovi Store

Video: Foursquare for Symbian (demoed on the Nokia N8) Download now from the Ovi Store

| September 29, 2010 | 68 Replies

Here’s some videos showing the official FourSquare App for Symbian devices, as demoed on the trusty Nokia N8. Via TV-out [YOUTUBE=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zgGN7nLwxw] Direct Demo via nokialatino | [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L66CbhyPGO8] Download it now from the Ovi Store Foursquare, like twitter, is a way of constantly updating your contacts, but this time concerning your where abouts. You can win […]

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Tabula Crypticum

Tabula Crypticum

| September 14, 2010 | 14 Replies

The following blog post was dropped into our comments section not long ago and having read it from end to end, I can sincerely empathize with the author and agree almost whole-heartedly with his views. I think the key takeaway from this article is that Nokia has an image problem and seems not to realize […]

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