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It always seems to happen just after I buy a device that another successor is announced that has me rethinking my purchase. I recently purchased a North American Nokia N85, which I think is the best Nseries device I have ever used. Nokia announced the N86 with an 8 megapixel camera that has the same dual slider form factor as the N85, N95, and N96. The 8 megapixel camera includes Carl Zeiss optics, of course, and duel LED flash. 8GB of internal memory is provided for storing your photos and videos with an additional microSD card slot for even more memory capacity.
At Digital Life in New York City, Nokia finally shipped the new version of its popular N95, the "iPhone killer" with double the memory of its predecessor, 3G compatibility on the GSM platform, and support for assisted GPS. Like the old N95, it comes with a 5-megapixel camera and, unlike the iPhone, is unlocked by default. In his interview with Nokia spokesperson Joe Gallo, ZDNet executive editor David Berlind also gets a look at a prototype of Nokia's next N81, which features a bigger display and 8GB of storage.
After finally making it over to the Digital Life show at the Javits Center, the first booth I stopped at was Nokia's booth where I bumped into Joe Gallo who's a spokesperson for the company. In his hands was the latest model of Nokia's N95 smartphone.
Company says it doesn't expect that its flash memory supply to its main clients, such as Nokia and Apple, will be disrupted.
The summer is usually slow for new mobile products, but in MobileTechRoundup show #107 we chat a bit about the rather aggressive rumored August release schedule for new devices from Verizon Wireless. Kevin also found some details on the rumored Nokia N81 that could be coming in August as well. I haven't seen anyone mention trying Orb on the iPhone, but Kevin tried it out and it seems to work well for streaming music. The second half of the show is a walk down memory lane as James, Kevin, and myself share a bit about what mobile device we were using 10 years ago and the funny thing is that mine was the last Apple mobile product before my current iPhone.
BLZ Extractor is a tool for retrieving the contents of the Nokia N-Gage game containers (files with 'BLZ' extension). Since these games...
There has been a lot of talk online about the powerhouse Nokia N95 and I wanted to make the video to show a couple of cool features, some of which are part of S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2. I demo the media player in landscape and portrait mode with a couple seconds on the awesome stereo speakers, Gmail usage in landscape mode, cool launcher with animated background, favorite icon support in the web browser, new functionality of pressing the center action button while in the web browser, and new Feature Pack 2 Settings menus and setup. You can see how snappy the device was, even with the memory hog animated browser, media player, and web browser all running in the background. I plan to make more videos of devices to post as well so feel free to post any questions you may want to see answered live.
The Nokia N95 is getting into the hands of reviewers and lots of people are talking about this latest S60 3rd Edition device sporting the latest Feature Pack. The N95 sports a whopping 160MB of internal memory, 3G wireless radio, WiFi, Bluetooth, IR, and GPS connectivity. The unique dual slider display allows you to quickly make calls or immerse yourself in media. The 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics capture high resolution images and video at 30 fps in VGA mode. The device packs a lot into a light and compact form factor, but the large 2.6 inch display makes it feel like a much bigger device. Check out over 20 photos of the device and ask questions about it to be answered over the next couple of weeks.
Nokia issued a press release announcing that the long-anticipated Nokia N95 is finally shipping to select countries in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Unfortunately, there is no word or speculation on a U.S. release so I'll have to look to a U.S. importer to get one for myself. Rafe and Steve posted some thoughts on unboxing a production Nokia N95 and the box is reminiscient of an Apple designed package.The Nokia N95 multimedia computer (Nokia's term for these high end Nseries devices) sports a high speed 3G radio, integrated Bluetooth 2.0 and 802.11 b/g WiFi radios, 160MB internal memory, large 2.6 inch QVGA display, 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and video capability up to 30 fps at VGA (640x480) resolution, FM radio, integrated GPS radio with Nokia Maps software, standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, and S60 3rd Edition operating system. It has a cool dual slider display to reveal a phone keypad in one direction and multimedia buttons in the other direction. The device is very similar in size to the Nokia N80 and packs quite a bit into a small package.
A definite improvement on its 770 predecessor, the Nokia N800 includes a faster processor, more memory, dual expansion card slots, a webcam, stereo speakers and an integrated stand. However, it still relies on Bluetooth or Wi-Fi for internet connectivity, and business users may find the software bundle somewhat limited.
The Nokia 6111 is an attractive, small phone that boasts plenty of functionality under the hood. Pity the onboard memory wasn't larger, though.
Watch TV broadcasts on your mobile with Nokia's N92 3G handset. There's also Wi-Fi, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth for connectivity and an external memory card slot for recording your favourite shows. Nokia Australia is yet to announce local availability. Stay tuned to CNET.com.au for more information about Nokia's Nseries.
Nokia and Pointsec Mobile Technologies have jointly developed a solution to protect the data in enterprise customers’ mobile devices. The new file encryption system, Pointsec for Symbian OS, enables the encryption of any user data, such as e-mail, SMS and MMS messages, calendar and contact entries, and files stored on memory cards.
Palm is talking and investors may not like what they hear. Palm management made a nice debut as the company reported solid earnings, but the outlook for the next quarter and fiscal 2001 could trip investors