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Editorial: The Evolution of the Fabula/N9 Design into “Lumia”

Editorial: The Evolution of the Fabula/N9 Design into “Lumia”

| January 16, 2014 | 53 Replies

Earlier this week while posting about the leaked Nokia Normandy image, I referenced the design as “Classic Lumia look” which got some interesting replies. This got me thinking about how the N9 design which was referred to as “Fabula” has evolved over the past two years since the launch of the Lumia 800 which mimicked […]

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Editorial: Where Does Nokia (and a Nokia Fan) Go From Here?

Editorial: Where Does Nokia (and a Nokia Fan) Go From Here?

| September 3, 2013 | 198 Replies

The last place I ever wanted to be was sitting in front of my laptop writing this article, yet here I am. It’s done, there’s no point wondering if Elop was a trojan or if it was just the play of the cards that Nokia was dealt so what now? First of all Nokia as […]

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Why we LOVE Nokia…explained in a 2:05 minute video.

Why we LOVE Nokia…explained in a 2:05 minute video.

| July 30, 2013 | 100 Replies

Dear MNB Readers, Some of us LOVE Nokia…some of us LIKE Nokia…some of us may even be secretly loving them from AFAR (aka, using another OS or non Nokia phone) while there are others that simply HATE Nokia. I LOVE Nokia products. Just for a moment, let us put aside the current situations and happenings […]

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Elop is delusional? – Tomi Ahonen thinks so

Elop is delusional? – Tomi Ahonen thinks so

| June 7, 2011 | 108 Replies

In keeping with his usual blogging tendencies, Tomi Ahonen over at Communities Dominate Brands has written another multi-thousand word post, this time focusing on his analysis of Stephen Elop’s behavior and choices since becoming Nokia CEO late last year. Now in my cursory reading of his post I find myself agreeing with a few of […]

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What services does Nokia really offer and how they compare to their rivals.

What services does Nokia really offer and how they compare to their rivals.

| May 6, 2011 | 110 Replies

A lot of negativity has been made of Nokia’s decision to adopt the Windows Phone software ecosystem as their primary smartphone platform going forward. A decision seen as frivolous and ignorant to some while seen as a last ditch move by what’s seen as an utterly failing company ( a sentiment I disagree with). The […]

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The E6- Does it represent Symbian’s niche?

The E6- Does it represent Symbian’s niche?

| April 13, 2011 | 27 Replies

The first thing I thought when I saw the announcements made at Nokia’s Symbian event was “wow, that E6 sure is a looker; Wish the X7 was as exciting as this is.” Strange that I’d think that, especially given the larger screen and more expansive, touch-based interface on the X7 as opposed to the E6 […]

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Mobile Payments, NFC and the future of money

Mobile Payments, NFC and the future of money

| March 28, 2011 | 16 Replies

NFC or near-field communications is a relatively new, wireless technology that is being slowly implemented into the mobile sphere much like Bluetooth and GPS before it. Much like Bluetooth, it operates over relatively short ranges to transmit ┬árelatively small bursts of data. However, unlike Bluetooth it can interact with passive, unpowered objects in much the […]

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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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