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Talkonaut 4.0 native Symbian S60 edition released

The GTalk2VoIP dev team just released their VoIP+chat application for Symbian S60 phones that runs as a native (.sis file) application. I should stress that several Nokia smart phones come with a SIP stack, however they are limited to WiFi...

JoikuSpot Turns Nokia phone into WiFi hotspot

How would you like to turn your Nokia smartphone into a WiFi hotspot for free? Well, JoikuSpot offers a free application that you can load on your Nokia phone to do just that. When installed on the Nokia phone,  laptops,...

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet - woohoo!

The multi-faceted Nokia N810 internet tablet has finally arrived on store shelves. This highly anticipated Linux-based gadget has more gadgety features than you can shake a stick at - including a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, built-in GPS, digital audio/video playback, Bluetooth,...

Skype on the Nokia N800

Just yesterday I mentioned free Wi-Fi on the 'Nokia' N800 and today I come across an article from jkOnTheRun about him seeing Skype running on the Nokia N800. Two nice pieces of news for this handheld computer device. He noticed...

fring coming to Windows Mobile phones

Some big news from fring, a popular free mobile VoIP software. fring will soon announce support for Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6.0 devices. Currently, Fring only works on Nokia phones which use the Symbian operating system. What, no iPhone support?...

Wibree joins Bluetooth

The ultra low-power Wibree wireless standard founded by Nokia will become part of the Bluetooth specification. Once the spec is integrated into Bluetooth, low-power PAN (Personal Area Network) devices such as watches, toys, consumer health care devices and sensors will...

Nokia N95 unboxing

This is the unboxing of the Nokia N95 mobile phone, one of the hottest phones on the market... The N95 features a cool 2-way slide concept for switching between different viewing modes, integrated GPS functionality, a 5 megapixel camera and...

Nokia Sells a Lot of Mobile Phones!

Hard to believe that Nokia sold 40 million "multimedia phones" last year and nearly 70 million music phones. The company said the total multimedia phone market was 90 million units in 2006, and is expected to grow to 250 million units in 2008 -- that's...

GrandCentral supports Gizmo Project

GrandCentral, one of several companies offering "single phone number" find-me/follow-me routing, has added support for SipPhone's free Gizmo Project VoIP service. SipPhone’s popular VoIP service allows users to make and receive free phone calls worldwide over the Internet on personal...

Well, We Lined Up for Vista ...

Funny (for me, not for Microsoft) to see this report about no one lining up to buy the new Windows Vista and 2007 Microsoft Office when it went on sale in SF. Well, if you attended the big soiree in NYC...

Cell Phones Killed the Video Star

Got a cell phone, become a video star -- why not? Musician Rob Dickinson’s new video, “Oceans,” is the first music video created solely on a Nokia Nseries multimedia computer, the N93. (You can call it a cell phone, too.)...

QuickOffice Does the Symbian Shuffle

For anyone going mobile, the less gadgets the better. (Rather than the more the merrier.) Why carry a separate cell phone and MP3 player when you can carry a single gadget that does both?For that matter, why carry a cell phone and...

Top Selling Cell Phones: Updated

The ballots are in for the best selling cell phone (on a global basis), according to Krusell, the Swedish manufacturer of carrying cases for portable gadgets. The Krusell list is based upon the number of pieces of model-specific mobile and...

Nokia's Been Busy in the Lab

A Bluetooth killer or an enhancer? Seems Nokia's announcement today about its Wibree technology may be either one. A unique radio technology extending local connectivity to small devices, Wibree is an open industry initiative developed by Nokia Research Center. It complements other local connectivity technologies, consuming...

PacketGen VoIP testing tool

GL Communications has enhanced its VoIP stress testing tool called PacketGen, a software based VoIP testing tool that features real-time VoIP bulk call generation (including SIP signalling & RTP generation), stress testing, and analysis of VoIP networks and equipment.  The...

Nokia Goes By the Numbers No Longer

According to a published report today on Yahoo! via Reuters, Nokia is abandoning its long-standing practice of giving its cell phones numbers instead of names. Seems that it's influenced by Motorola with all of its snazzy phone names. Would a rose...

(Green)Peace, Baby!

It's not easy being green, but gadget companies do have a sense of "eco-friendliness," according to Greenpeace, which has recently rated CE companies in its Green Electronics Guide. Apparently Nokia's decision to distance itself from PVC resulted in high marks in...

Mobile Phones: Who Needs All of Those Features?

Here's the study I've been waiting for.  According to a recent PC World/IDB News Service report, feature-rich phones do not drive sales. (Really?) The study, by J.D. Power and Associates (they of the manmy car satisfaction surveys) showed that U.S. consumers are...

Nokia Gets Loud in Mobile Music via Loudeye Buy

Another titanic struggle is in the making -- this time in the digital convergence of music and the cell phone. While we all wait for Apple's mobile phone announcement, the established mobile phone companies are staking out their ground in...

Nokia vs. Motorola: Who's the Boss?

What do you think? They have been slugging it out for years to remain the king of the global mobile phone market, a titanic seesaw battle of global brands that has seen both Nokia and Motorola rise to the top,...

Nokia's U.S. First Retail Store Opens Tomorrow

Nokia is scheduled to open its first U.S. flagship store on Chicago’s “Magnificent Mile” tomorrow. The store, which is only the second in the world (the first was in Moscow), will feature the mobile company’s standard equipment as well as Vertu...

Nokia Siemens merger

Nokia based out of Finland and Germany's Siemens announced today plans to merge their telecommunication equipment divisions which would create the world's third-biggest equipment group worldwide.Each company will hold exactly 50% of the new company called Nokia Siemens Networks. The...

FYI: World Cell Phone Sales Leaders

As one of the world's leading high-end cell phone case manufacturers, Krusell has a unique perspective into what's hot at the moment. This list reflects the sales of phones on six continents and in more than 50 countries around the globe. According...

Microsoft's New Portable Computer?

According to a report yesterday in UK-based Advanced-Television.com, Microsoft is expected to unveil a portable computer that is in between a mobile telephone and a laptop. This is the latest move and counter-move in the battle to define leadership in growing area of develop devices...

Nokia/Sanyo To Merge CDMA Phones

News that Nokia and Sanyo are merging their CDMA mobile phone businesses in the U.S. into a new, separate business, just makes one wonder -- what does Nokia see that others don't? ...
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