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We’d almost given up on the Nexus One finally making its way over from the States, but as we type it’s making its way onto the shelves of your nearest Vodafone store. The prices are a touch disappointing – only slightly less than the current market price of an iPhone, though you can grab it [...]

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Ever considered the idea that you might wake up one morning and find your smart phone’s not working in any kind of connective way? British network providers have, and they’re fretting about it in a major way. Normally that would be the biggest phone story of the week, but this week’s been a busy one. [...]

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We’re back with another week’s summary of the world of cell phones. While the big players are at each other’s necks again, Skype continues to threaten the entire world of network service providers, though the primary target remains their international call market. Nokia’s come up with a couple of new models, including one truly street-focused [...]

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Nokia’s top of the range, flagship touch-screen model the X6 has been made available in the UK over the past few days, with, unsurprisingly, all of the major network providers taking on the handset, and impressive sales expected. The top of the range phone matches the strongest model in the iPhone range in terms of [...]

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Calling all mobile phone program developers: Nokia are relying on you to make their smart phone platform a hit. Symbian – the operating system behind just under 50% of the smart phones currently on the market – has announced that it is to make its software open source. The Nokia owned operating system has already [...]

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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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Nokia’s latest assault on technical giant Apple goes far beyond its previous complaints, arguing that ‘virtually all’ Apple products (including the iPod and Apple Mac computers as well as phone handsets) are in breach of Nokia patented technology. With Nokia previously demanding payment for every single Apple handset sold earlier this year, the two companies [...]

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A new Nokia service entitled ‘Nokia Money’ is set to be launched in early 2010, with the aim of providing banking services to users in poor countries, where plenty of mobile phone users do no have bank accounts. The Finnish company’s primary aim for the product is to engage poorer markets in Nokia handsets with [...]

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Having made a mammoth loss of over $800 million in the third quarter of this year, Nokia are predicting that mobile phone sales – which have dropped by 7% in 2009 – will rise by around 10% in 2010. The huge Finnish company are also pinning their own growth on the prediction, arguing that while [...]

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