Popular Nokia Articles for 2003
The Nokia 3650 is more than just the phone with the funny-looking keypad. It's an excellent tri-band phone with most of the features found in today?s high-end cell phones, including[...]
Nokia’s combination game player and mobile phone won’t be available for months but many in the gaming industry already have serious doubts about it.
Nokia has announced the 3620, a new smart phone that is very similar to its popular 3650. However, the new model will use a better screen and drop the unusual[...]
While all smart phones can play some games, gaming is the N-Gage’s primary focus. This device is now available worldwide, including many retailers in the U.S.
While all smart phones can play games, gaming is the N-Gage's primary focus. The worldwide launch of this device is set for a week from today.
AppForge has released two applications for developers. Crossfire is a mobile and wireless application development environment for Visual Studio .NET 2003 and the .NET platform. And the latest version of[...]
Motorola plans to sell its share of the company that makes the Symbian OS to Nokia and Psion. However, it will continue to use the operating system in future smart[...]
Nokia's N-Gage doesn't really qualify as a PDA and the early reviews on it have been pretty poor, but it's officially available for sale today nonetheless.
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HP has issued a customer advisory that covers memory issues while using WiFi Imagine being able to visit a beaming station at your local wireless store to buy PDA[...]
Last week we brought you news that PalmSource had come to terms with two new licensees that would be niche players. Tapwave is the first of these two to come[...]
Iowa Company HandEra gives up on producing Palm devices. Palm Solutions Group Announces Memory Innovation; 128MB capability combined with more efficient file storage could challenge PPC Platform. Nokia[...]