Mar 19 2010
Mar 13 2010
Nokia Messaging for Social Networks is a developmental branch of Nokia’s extremely competent, Nokia Messaging Service. With Messaging for Social Networks, Nokia has implemented a great solution connecting both Twitter and Facebook to the Nokia Messaging Client. You can view posts, update your status and comment on messages directly from the application, and as it’s currently still in the Beta phase, more social networks will gradually become available. Check out the video preview after the break, where Nokia demos the different features that are built into this converged solution/application.
Mar 12 2010
Nokia seems to be making some good headway with its Point & Find project, and today, at a media briefing in San Francisco, Nokia decided to show off its progress. Nokia Point & Find is a free service that enables people on the move to access relevant information and services on the Internet, simply by pointing their mobile phone camera at a real life object. The service combines the first mobile augmented reality browser on S60 devices with a web-based content management tool that allows anyone to create and publish augmented reality experiences. Check out the cool demo after the break.
Mar 04 2010
At the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, Nokia has announced its partnership with the automotive industry to introduce ‘Terminal Mode’. Terminal Mode is being proposed as an industry standard to connect all smartphones that adopt it, not just Nokia smartphones, to support in-car infotainment systems. Nokia believes it should be easy to share information and content between your smartphone and other devices you use everyday such as your PC and the web. This way it is easy to keep everything synchronized and ensure you always have access to the things you love, such as your music, and the services you use, such as navigation, whenever and wherever you need them.