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Nokia mobile search

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-15 17:05:00
Nokia mobile search : Nokia announced that mobile search has added another set of new local directory providers, making it the online search tool for finding what you want in many parts of the world. Now Nokia users in around the globe can benefit from the easy. The addition of new services for Canada, Denmark and Germany strengthens Nokia's dedication to bring extensive local directory information directly to your pocket with mobile search. Nokia has teamed with the most comprehensive local directory companies in each respective market to enable easy and precise local searches. mobile search users will be able to access local content from De Gule Sider (Denmark), Suchen and DasOertliche (Germany), and Yellow Pages Group (Canada).


Nokia N80 Internet Edition MyCasting service

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-13 01:31:00
Nokia N80 Internet Edition MyCasting service : Nokia today announced that they will work with Orb Networks to integrate Orb MyCasting into the Nokia N80 Internet Edition. The integration will arrive initially in the United States when the device begins to ship November of this year. Orb MyCasting offers a single solution for enjoying all of your digital media stored on your home computer, remotely. Together, Nokia and Orb allow you to instantly enjoy your home photos, videos, music, and even TV, where and when you want. Orb's intuitive solution simply streams a person's own content from their home PC using the Web browser and player on their Nokia N80 Internet Edition, creating their own "personal media portal".


Nokia Flexi WiMAX base station

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-13 00:38:00
Nokia Flexi WiMAX base station : Nokia announced the Nokia Flexi WiMAX base station, an innovation that will revolutionize the way broadband wireless networks will be built while minimizing operating and capital expenditures for broadband wireless operators. The introduction of the Nokia Flexi WiMAX base station shows Nokia's engagement in mobile WiMAX and is rooted in the company's global expertise in wireless network deployments. Operators will benefit from the small and modular design of the Nokia Flexi WiMAX base station. The compact size and light weight design of the base station modules minimizes the space needed, power consumption, and physical effort to install and run high quality WiMAX networks.


Nokia Interview

Dennis Hissink : 2006-10-11 03:15:00
Nokia interview : When we attended the Photokina 2006 event to work on our show report we had a short meeting with Eero Salmelin, Director Camera Unit Nokia. During our Q&A session we talked about the new Nokia N95 camera phone. In the words of Eero Salmelin, the new Nokia N95 Nokia N95 is more like an all-in-one multimedia computer with a great 2-way slide concept, integrated GPS functionality, a 5 Megapixel camera and support for high-speed networks. Nokia had a great position between the digital camera manufacturers and showed the public that they are ready to claim their share of the digital compact camera market. The Nokia N95 has a great design, feels solid and incorporates a long list of imaging and connectivity solutions.


Nokia supports Vodafone HSDPA launch in New Zealand

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-11 02:10:00
Nokia supports Vodafone HSDPA launch in New Zealand : World leading HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) technology from Nokia is powering Vodafone's 3G Broadband network in New Zealand. 3G Broadband gives Vodafone's customers an innovative mobile alternative to fixed broadband so they can stay connected to their email and the Internet whilst having the freedom and convenience to move around the house, the city and even the world. Vodafone New Zealand's 3G Broadband network will initially offer speeds of up to 3.6Mbps in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. The commercial launch of the service follows an extensive trial of the solution and close cooperation between Vodafone and Nokia in New Zealand.


Nokia and Plan cooperate for Africa

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-11 00:15:00
Nokia and Plan cooperate for Africa : Nokia and international children's organisation, Plan, have joined forces to use modern communications technologies in Africa to raise children's awareness of their rights and opportunities. Nokia has provided an initial donation of 1 million Euros for 2006. The first stage of this new joint effort will see Nokia focus on supporting Plan's existing media and communications technology projects for Africa's children and youth. “We believe that we can have a positive impact through mobile technology as it is used to enable young people to realise their full potential. The aim of our cooperation with Plan is to fight poverty by empowering African youth and giving them a voice through technology.”


3G wireless network for notebooks

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-11 00:14:00
Nokia & Intel 3G wireless network for notebooks : Nokia is expanding mobility into a new arena by bringing wireless wide area connectivity for notebook users. Nokia has developed an HSDPA connectivity module for notebook computers, which Intel Corporation will deliver onwards to notebook manufacturers as part of its next-generation Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology platform. The connectivity module will be widely available as an embedded option in a variety of notebooks. "This collaboration is good news for notebook users as cellular technology offers superior connectivity and mobility for notebook and other portable device users. This is also a area for Nokia's multiradio expertise to expand to," said H. Tenhunen, of Nokia.


Nokia N93 at London exhibition

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-09 00:32:00
Nokia N93 at London exhibition : Nokia today announces Perspectives of London, a unique exhibition that brings together the cutting-edge technology of the Nokia N93 advanced mobile video device with the creative talent of four artists to produce films that epitomise the capital city from their different perspectives. The four artists to take up the challenge are Jefferson Hack, founder of Dazed & Confused, Another Magazine and Another Man; Naomi Cleaver, designer, writer and TV presenter; Tom Dixon, creative director of Habitat, design company Artek and his namesake design company - Tom Dixon; and Nigel Coates, head architectural professor at the Royal College of Art.






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