Nokia has collaborated with a some big names over the last couple of months, with likes of Intel and Microsoft recently hopping aboard the mothership, in an aim to strengthen its provision of devices and services. The latest organisation to be targeted by the mobile phone giants is Yahoo!.
May 21 2010
May 06 2010
This week Nokia Beta Labs announced that they have updated both the Ovi Contacts to v1.5 and Ovi Calendar to v1.6. Ovi Contacts v1.5 is mainly a graphic face-lift of the service but also includes some performance tweaks. Ovi Calendar v1.6 finally brings multiple calendars to your Nokia S60 handset. In this day and age, multiple calendars have become more of a necessity than a nice feature, and so it is great that Nokia have decided to implement this into the service. Although it would be even better if these services were completed pronto and final versions were released. You can find more details on both these services after the break, and as always, beta software is usually only available for a limited number of devices.
Nokia’s Everyone Connect campaign was based around a new Nokia Messaging solution that lets you email, chat and connect with your favourite social networking sites instantly from your device. This new service was rolled out on three brand new, messaging-centric devices, the Nokia C3, Nokia C6 and the Nokia E5. The question was then posed as to how you use your device to stay connected. Hit the jump to find out more.
Apr 19 2010
Ovi Contacts web has recently been updated and now lets you use your contacts in both Ovi Mail and Ovi Suite, with more Ovi services to follow suit. Most of the new Ovi Contacts work was done under the covers, but you can see minor UI changes that make your first use easier; for example, contact and group creation now has better usability, and the Contacts list view now allows you to see and sort 100 contacts at one time. The product has gone through a public beta and revamped with user generated feedback in mind.