Popular Nokia Articles for 2005
Outside of the US, the Nokia 9300 is old hat. About a year after its global release though, the 9300 will gain fresh legs in the US. It is expected[...]
The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet is a device in a class of its own. It is not a Tablet PC. It is not a PDA. It's not a phone or[...]
A few weeks ago we brought you a review of the Nokia 9300, another Smartphone with similar goals as the 6682, but an entirely different approach. The 6682 is distinctly[...]
While the names aren't very interesting and far too similar, this new set of Smartphones from Nokia still manages to stand out, largely because of their design. The Nokia E61[...]
The Smartphone has been a tough place to make money. We all know that any PDA company worth anything either has a Smartphone, or otherwise data oriented device, or is[...]
We attended a press event that is usually filled with PDAs and Smartphones, this time around though it was much more quiet. That doesn't mean there was nothing to see[...]
A European market research and consulting firm says that Nokia might be considering dropping the Symbian OS in favor of Linux.
Nokia has announced plans to release this fall a Linux-based device dedicated to accessing the Internet.
Despite rumors to the contrary, Nokia says it remains committed to its N-Gage QD gaming-oriented smartphone.
Nokia is now shipping its Linux-based 770 Internet Tablet in Europe, and it will be available in the United States next week.
Nokia today announced a series of new camera-oriented smartphones. All of these will use the Series 60 platform on top of the Symbian OS.
An agreement announced to day will allow wireless and direct synchronization between Microsoft Exchange Server and future Nokia smartphones and wireless handhelds.
Rather than creating a third gaming-oriented smartphone, Nokia will use N-Gage technology to make a wide variety of smartphones better at playing games.
A gaming web site claims it has been leaked many of the details on the next version of Nokia's gaming-oriented smartphone.
Nokia has bumped back the release of its first Internet Tablet in order to give developers more time to work on its built-in software.
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The FCC has given Nokia permission to release in the U.S. this company's first Internet Tablet.
Nokia has announced plans to add WiFi to one of its popular cellular-wireless handhelds.
Nokia has just slashed the price for the N-Gage QD in the United States. Games designed for this smartphone have also been reduced.
More than a week after debuting in Europe, Nokia's first Internet Tablet is still not available in the United States. However, this company is accepting pre-orders for this device.