Nokia held a worldwide press event in 4 locations yesterday that was used to announce some new devices and accessories. The event also gave the attendees the opportunity to get some hands-on time with the products and face time with Nokia representatives.
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Nokia is leaving nothing out of this latest multimedia Nseries device that has integrated WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, 5 megapixel camera, and more. I should be getting some hands-on time with the device later today at the Nokia Open Studio event so stay tuned for an image gallery.
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This is my first opportunity to host the Carnival of the Mobilists and I hope you enjoy all of the great content that writers submitted for consideration. Follow each link to read more of the articles and discover some great writing focused on the mobile industry.
Wireless hands-free car kits are becoming more popular as States start banning traditional cell phone usage in automobiles. One solution to consider is the Parrot 3200 LS-COLOR that I installed and evaluated last week.
All three MobileTechRoundup hosts now own Samsung Q1 UMPC devices and this show tended to focus on the UMPC platform. We happened to receive a couple of emails regarding the Q1 as well so if you want to hear us chat about the small form factor slate Tablet PC, go on over and download the show.
Microsoft's annual mobile enthusiast conference kicks off in Thailand this year with another event planned for Boston next week. Check out some cool Windows Mobile related technologies and look around for even more coverage from the many other enthusiast sites covering the event.
Mobile search is finally getting the attention it deserves and I am pleased to see Nokia working with Microsoft. I will also be in NY next week where we may see a new Nseries device.
Compact foldable keyboards are popular for entering large amounts of data on a mobile device or Tablet PC and there are several alternatives on the market. ThinkOutside used to sell a large keyboard with proprietary connectors to devices and finally released this keyboard with an integrated Bluetooth radio. It works with something over 500 mobile devices and Kevin Tofel has his in hand to be used with his Samsung Q1.
Apple and Microsoft are going to compete for those who want to watch mobile video content, but who actually wants to watch a movie on a 2 or 3 inch display? Is there anything else out there that has no limits on content and provides a much better multimedia experience while still being somewhat portable? Yes, there is and you can read all about it in my blog post.