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Nokia supposedly looking for new CEO

Nokia supposedly looking for new CEO

| July 20, 2010 | Reply

You might have noticed that the Wall street Journal is reporting that Nokia are actively searching for a new CEO to rejuvenate their past successes. A lot has been made after the reporting and apparently Nokia already have interviewed two candidates nothing has been confirmed yet but looking at the blogs and new sites today […]

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Poll: Does Nokia need to change their default icons and fonts? (#N8 #Symbian)

Poll: Does Nokia need to change their default icons and fonts? (#N8 #Symbian)

| June 16, 2010 | 23 Replies

Symbian icons and fonts – does Nokia need to change them? (Did you also know that YOU can change both icons and fonts easily with themes?) Scroll at end or click here to vote at the poll The Nokia N8 received rapturous applause in its multimedia prowess and strength of design. The resounding notion was […]

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What Nokia needs to learn from Apple Keynotes. Pointers from Steve Job's iPhone 4 announcement.

What Nokia needs to learn from Apple Keynotes. Pointers from Steve Job's iPhone 4 announcement.

| June 8, 2010 | 69 Replies

This is mainly a tongue in cheek rant, written very late so it probably may not make sense.¬† Note – if you are reading this, you are not the “public” which is described in this article. Again, press X now or prepare for walls of text. Perception, perception perception. What Nokia needs to learn from […]

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10 minute video hands on with the Google Phone Nexus One. Please take some pointers, Nokia.

10 minute video hands on with the Google Phone Nexus One. Please take some pointers, Nokia.

| December 31, 2009 | Reply

Not really a Nokia post, but an intriguing watch nonetheless. Basically how a modern mobile OS should feel and how the UI should look. Nokia touch phones are often more functional [aka plain/boring] when it comes to the UI. Only recently with the N900 have Nokia users experienced eye candy UI out of the box. […]

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15 hardware changes that would have made N900 physically irresistible – [15 essential hardware features for its successor]

15 hardware changes that would have made N900 physically irresistible – [15 essential hardware features for its successor]

| December 27, 2009 | Reply

The N900 is a great phone, but it is (as Nokia themselves have more or less said) a work in progress. I’ll say it again, it’s step 4 of 5 to Maemo glory. Software evolution to one side (see firmware update wishlist for N900), ¬†understandably,¬†this early adopter product isn’t physically “perfect” for mass market. I.E. […]

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Video: 9 homescreens on the N900 – all accessible in one swipe

Video: 9 homescreens on the N900 – all accessible in one swipe

| December 24, 2009 | 16 Replies

Nokia totally got me hooked on their concept of homescreens and “alwaysonlineasithappens” with the N97. I found it extremely useful but wanted more of it than the one homescreen + blank screen that the N97 has. With the N900 we had four homscreens! At last! I’m able to have a main desktop for things I […]

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Firmware update wishlist for the N900: 35 things that need sorting in the Nokia N900 (software wise)

Firmware update wishlist for the N900: 35 things that need sorting in the Nokia N900 (software wise)

| December 22, 2009 | 50 Replies

We all know that the N900 is a work in progress. Nokia famously proclaimed the N900 to only be “step 4” of a 5 step route to Maemo glory and smartphone perfection. Well words to that effect anyway. Hardware wise -I won’t go into this too heavily though there are three main aspects that resonate […]

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Video: Nokia Zero – Why the next flagship needs a proper name.

Video: Nokia Zero – Why the next flagship needs a proper name.

| December 21, 2009 | 27 Replies

This is a video for the Nokia Zero: The new Nokia phone to rule them all. This post is meant to demonstrate the importance of having a “memorable product name”. This goes for services as well as devices. Here I’ve taken “Zero” as an example. The rest of the post after the video explains why […]

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BBC Documentaries: (1) Life and Death of a Mobile Phone and (2) Upgrade Me

BBC Documentaries: (1) Life and Death of a Mobile Phone and (2) Upgrade Me

| October 7, 2009 | Reply

The BBC recently aired a couple of technology focused documentaries, one called Life and Death of a Mobile Phone and the other Upgrade Me. They’re available to watch/download on the BBC iPlayer (Sorry, UK residents only – er, unless you know how…) I always find it interesting to see technology related programmes designed for the […]

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