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Technical Developments

A few days ago we weren’t event sure if the next model of the iPhone existed just yet. Now we have a brief lowdown and a handful of pictures of it, provided by the good folk at Gizmodo.com, who got hold of the new model after an Apple employee accidentally left it in a bar. [...]

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Google has added a new, highly usable function to the ever-expanding functionality of their impressive Android platform. The new ‘Gesture Search’ function will be available to those operating on Android 2 or above, and allows searches to be carried out simply by drawing letters on a touch screen.
When users open the function, they simply sketch [...]

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Last week, we got hold of a conference video showing how a student not only planned, but had also started to put into operation systems for mobile development that involved changes in shape, movement of mass and even ‘life’, and told you all about his wacky plans. Mobile phone development, of course, is a popular [...]

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Student and mobile phone designer Fabian Hemmert, an ambitious developer presenting at a Berlin trade show, has announced his current research project: to enable humans to grasp the digital world in a more physical way. Focusing on devices like the iPhone (touch technology) and the Nintendo Wii (digital technology) as his models, Hemmert is aiming [...]

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With Apple dominating the modern market for mobile phone applications, it might come as a surprise that the latest in cutting edge app development seems to have come from the Nokia stable. Nokia’s mobile phone research center has a hefty focus on changing the way mobile phones might be used in the future, and their [...]

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The world’s biggest mobile handset producer, Nokia, has joined in the collective response to Google’s free satellite navigation software – available through the use of their Google map software – by also providing its own free software on almost all smartphones to both current and future users from now on through it’s Ovi app store [...]

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