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SpyBike system, a discreet GPS system, gives the owners the chance of track their stolen bikes
The number of bikes that are stolen in U.S. have increased each year. According to the National Bike Registry, the estimated cost of bikes being stolen have reached to around $200 million. Luckily, there is a company that gives bike owners a sense of security.Read the rest of the article »
US telcom AT&T is now accepting pre-orders for the Nokia Lumia 900 but for cyan and black phone units only.
Almost a week ahead of its April 8 release, AT&T is now accepting pre-orders for the windows 7.5 loaded, Nokia Lumia 900. Consumers can make a reservation through AT&T’s online and retail stores.
However, customers should know that they can only pre-order black or cyan blue versions of the new Nokia phone. The white version is expected to be released on April 22nd.
Shipments should be expected to arrive on April 6, two days before its official launch. Good news for new At&T customers, they can get the Lumia 900 phone for free after a $100 online rebate.
Check out AT&T’s online website for more information.View Article Source »
Nokia's flagship Windows 7.5 phone is coming to Europe in June.
UK’s leading mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse has announced that Nokia Lumia 900 is coming to Europe in June.
The Lumia 900, Nokia’s flagship Windows 7.5 will soon be available for pre-order. It will sport the same specs announced at CES, such as 4.3-inch AMOLED touch screen, 1.4 GHZ Snapdragon processor and an 8-megapixel camera.View Article Source »
In this article, GADG has compared two of today's most popular OSes -- Symbian and Android.
When it comes to mobile phone OS, there are only two best options to take: The Symbian and the Android. Of course, both have their own specialties and drawbacks. The Symbian is said to be a really old OS with its first version (Symbian v9) being released way back in 2005. It also got numerous updates — with Symbian Belle as being the latest installment. Android, on the other hand, was launched just few months before the Symbian. It was acquired by Google in 2005 and has kicked off different Android OSes from 2008.
Since their release, these two OSes — along with their makers (Nokia and Google), have been trying to beat each other in terms of performance and service. Perhaps only the gamers have the ability to determine the real winner, as both aims to provide a superb gaming experience.
By taking the leap, you can see a brief yet detailed comparison between the Symbian and Android OS.Read the rest of the article »
Harvey Norman's website is now accepting pre-orders for Nokia's upcoming smartphone -- the N9.
The anticipated N9 Android smartphone from Nokia is already available for pre-order in Australia via the Harvey Norman’s website. However, consumers are required to pay a small fortune first before they could grab the MeeGo-powered handset.
The unlocked 16GB variant costs $829 or on a $9.89 weekly re-payment plan for 36 months. The 32GB model, on the other hand, could be yours for $979 or $11.69 per week over 36 months.
Nokia N9 is said to be the first phone that is powered by the MeeGo operating system — a Linux-based OS that was built in partnership with Intel. The device comes with a 3.9-inch AMOLED display, an internal storage capacity of either 16GB or 64GB, and an 8.0-megapixel camera with AutoFocus and super wide 28mm Carl Zeiss lens.View Article Source »
Nokia is offering big money for a new remix of their classic tune, which will be used for the new batch of their phones.
Nokia took several steps and moves to revitalize its slumping core cell phone business, including adopting Microsoft’s Windows Phone as its primary OS. The company also wants to redevelop the way their products sound.
Nokia announced a contest of remixing their classic tunes embedded in all of their phones for the past 18 years to find a fresh version of it. Even though the company is searching for a refresh of the tune, it is – in the spirit of “Connecting People” – looking for a tune that is fresh, expressive, original and creative yet distinctively a Nokia Tune at the same time.Read the rest of the article »
Get a more detailed look at three of the upcoming mobile phones from Nokia.
It is quite undeniable that Nokia has been one of the largest handset providers in the industry to date. They had already produced a wide array of high-end mobile phones, from basic phones to colored, camera-equipped phones, and stylish Android smartphones. In fact, most of the popular handsets that are introduced today are manufactured by Nokia, including the N and E series.
Knowing that there are a lot of fans eagerly waiting for the next Nokia phone releases, GADG decided to wrap-up three of the most anticipated Nokia handsets that are set to reach the store shelves this year. Check them out after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Lenovo IdeaPad S100 with MeeGo OS is now available on all European markets for €180.
At last, Lenovo has finally released its MeeGo OS-based IdeaPad S100. Now available on all European markets, the device is believed to be the manufacturer’s first netbook that runs on Linux-based, Intel- and Nokia-developed OS. It features a 1.33GHz Intel Atom N435 processor, and a 10.1-inch display with 1024×600 pixels resolution. The S100 also gets 160GB of HDD, 5,400 RPM hard drive, 1GB of RAM and 6 to 7 hours of battery life.
Lenovo has not yet disclosed any comments if whether they would offer the IdeaPad S100 with MeeGo in U.S countries or not.Read the rest of the article »
Nokia seems to shrink their N9 launch plans, as they include fewer countries which will get the said device than expected.
Despite the important marketing efforts Nokia has put behind its MeeGo flagship handset, the Nokia N9, the firm seems to be decreasing its launch plans to include fewer countries than expected. After announcing that there is no plan in bringing the N9 to the US or the UK, the said company also told MobiFlip that the device will not be heading to Germany, Austria or Switzerland either.
The said announcement casted doubt on Nokia’s launch plans for the N9, since the device is said to be released in a wider range of markets. It is unclear now how many and which countries will get the N9 through official channels — even though the Swedish page had provided a launch countdown.
For customers living in North America and who are willing to pay a premium for an unlocked N9, the said handset is expected to support AT&T and T-Mobile in the US along with several Canadian carriers.Read the rest of the article »
With Windows Phone Mango soon to come, its iteration - dubbed as Tango - is said to arrive afterwards to power budget smartphones.
The arrival of Windows Phone Mango is fast approaching. However, rumors about its follow-up is also up and about. Speculated as Windows Phone Tango, a post by Mary-jo Foley at ZDNET suggests that the said follow-up could be a cut down version of the Windows OS for lower-end smartphones.
Windows Phone Tango is said to be unveiled after Mango’s launch and before Apollo release — which is believed to be the Windows Phone 8. It is also reported that Tango will come in two Nokia handsets, following the telecomm’s recent partnership with Microsoft.View Article Source »
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