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  1. No SmartPhone For Nearly A Year

    A Elana Mugdan, a 29-year-old fiction writer from Queens, New York, has gone more than 8 months without a smartphone. Instead she uses an old-style Nokia flip-phone to send text messages or make phones. But that's all. No YouTube videos, Facebook feed or Instagramming for her. If she is still smartphone free in February 2020, she will win $100,000 from...
  2. Nokia pulls its ‘Here Maps’ app from the iOS App Store

    The infamous Apple Maps fiasco had led to a large number of competitors trying to raid the App Store to get adopted by iOS users. Nokia, fresh from making arguably the best mapping solution on any platform in the form of its ‘Here’ app from its Lumia line of Windows Phones, tried its hand at usurping Apple’s own Maps app in iOS devices. Things didn’t go according to plan however, and Nokia has pulled the Here Maps app from the App Store. Read on to know more, including a statement from Nokia itself.       Continue reading →
  3. Nokia Lumia 2520 Overview

    Nokia's first ever tablet is out and it competes directly with Microsoft's own Surface 2. One unique thing about Lumia 2520 is that it doesn't come in WiFi only models and it joins the very small club of LTE enabled tablets. Lumia 2520 is available with both AT&T and Verizon at a price os $399, with a data plan.  ...
  4. Wireless charging : Samsung's new age mantra?

    Nokia turned fiction into reality, with the introduction of wireless charging feature in its Lumia 920 in the late 2012. The cutting edge feature became an instant hit among the masses and even its arch rivals like Google and Samsung were ready to adopt it. If sources are to be believed, Samsung is all set to introduce the wireless charging...
  5. Apple releases iTunes 11

    After quite a great deal of rumor mongering about its launch, version 11 of Apple's proprietary iTunes software has just been released for public use. There's a lot of new features thrown into the Apple media player this time, and some of them have been long overdue.     Continue reading →
  6. Nokia had iPhone, iPad-like prototypes back in the 90s, but didn’t launch any

    There’s arguably a lot that’s common to Nokia and Apple. Both of them favor unique, simplistic designs that are easy on the eye and feel good in the hand. If you compare the Lumia series to the iPhone, you’ll see that while they are certainly quite different on a superficial level, minimalism is something that binds the two devices together...

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