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Weekend Watch: Gaming on the Nokia Lumia 635

Weekend Watch: Gaming on the Nokia Lumia 635

| August 30, 2014 | Reply

Dear MNB Readers! Welcome to another edition of Weekend Watch! For this episode, our focus (pun from picture above) is on Games or specifically, gaming on the Nokia Lumia 635. Some readers are rightfully concerned with the gaming potential of the $99 no contract Lumia 635 as it only has 512MB of RAM to stuff […]

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Windows Phone 8: The Facts and What It Means for Nokia

Windows Phone 8: The Facts and What It Means for Nokia

| May 27, 2012 | 123 Replies

With all the rumors and speculations about Windows Phone 8; most importantly what phone (if any) will be upgradeable the internet has become a mess of contradicting articles and quotes each claiming something different, and usually each one is the complete opposite of the previous; so here’s in hopes of getting some things cleared up […]

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Marketplace passes 80,000 apps

Marketplace passes 80,000 apps

| April 4, 2012 | 36 Replies

  Just a quick heads up. AAWP has been tracking the app numbers for Marketplace and it has apparently reached the 80,000 mark. 82,234 published in total to marketplace. As is common place, the numbers available to each country varies. Marketplace availability has increased, doubling from last year though still not fully global yet. Rafe predicts […]

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MNB Reader Stories: Symbian Improvement Series #1

MNB Reader Stories: Symbian Improvement Series #1

| February 14, 2012 | 43 Replies

Here is another piece sent in by FireDragon (Munir) this time with specific suggestions on what FireDragon reckons would improve Symbian. So far, these aren’t drastic changes, more refinement of Symbian. As with before, if you have Nokia related articles you want to share with MNB’s readers, do email tips[at]mynokiablog[dot]com.  Ideas on what to send […]

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Share With Us: Thoughts on Nokia Phones Build Quality…

Share With Us: Thoughts on Nokia Phones Build Quality…

| December 19, 2011 | 60 Replies

It’s been a long known fact that all Nokia phones no matter what OS they run have one thing that makes them superior to any other brand; their build quality, and in all honesty that’s what really matter, who cares if your phone has a 23GhZ processor if it breaks the first time you toss […]

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Nokia N9 – Two Weeks On

Nokia N9 – Two Weeks On

| October 19, 2011 | 71 Replies

So I told you all I’d bring you a review after about two weeks with the device. Here it is. I’ll tell you what I’m enjoying, what needs some work, and just some other ideas I have. So first we have what I enjoy: The build quality of the device is better than I expected. […]

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Rambling and Suspicion regarding N9 update

Rambling and Suspicion regarding N9 update

| October 17, 2011 | 72 Replies

This is NOT my “two weeks on” review, a little rant if you may. Anything from here-on in is solely speculation.( And massive wishful thinking.) I was digging around in the system files, and came across the icons used throughout the system. Some of which I altered, such as Firefox(Fennec), which I swapped out the […]

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Ideas: Swipe up grid multitasking for Symbian Belle?

Ideas: Swipe up grid multitasking for Symbian Belle?

| September 5, 2011 | 29 Replies

Here’s an idea @KobusNell tweeted to us. Grid view multitasking for Symbian. I’ve been begging for something like this since playing about with Multitasking on Maemo 5/N900. Like the drop down notifications in Belle, Kobus Nell suggests this could possibly appear by pulling the bottom navibar up – so a gesture/movement based activation like the […]

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Emails – Read it later button/notification?

Emails – Read it later button/notification?

| June 8, 2011 | 9 Replies

How do you guys manage your emails? Do you ever get a situation where you read something on your mobile device but can’t reply to it straight away and so need to check it again later? But then you never get around to checking that later as it gets lost in the pile of new […]

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