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At the 25th annual CTIA Wireless 2010 show in Las Vegas, Nokia is proud to celebrate a quarter-century of wireless industry advances, highlighting the latest in apps, content, devices, developers, and creative innovation – all of which influences the way you live with technology today. Nokia is demonstrating a wide array of solutions that help consumers connect to what matters most in their world. Making its first public debut is the Nokia 5230 Nuron, available tomorrow with T-Mobile, in addition to Ovi Maps and free navigation, and the innovative creations from the finalists of the “Push N900 Mod in the USA” – contest.  Featuring the creators of some of the hottest apps and content available on Ovi Store, the Nokia booth also includes gems like OpenTable and Shazam – just some of the examples of the vibrant and open Nokia ecosystem.

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Check out this awesome Twitter controlled robot, created using LEGO Mindstorm NXT 2.0 parts and the Nokia N900. Named Niko, this robot is controlled by instructions fed through its own Twitter account @N900Niko. Commands include taking pictures using the Nokia N900’s 5 megapixel camera, then uploading these images to Twitpic, or just simply getting Niko to move around. This robot is part of the PUSH N900 competition which ends next week. Check out the video demonstration after the break.

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After all the clues and weeks of anticipation, Nokia has finally released the Maemo Project video, which turns out to be a cleverly marketed ad campaign for the Nokia N900. The release of the N900 sees the culmination of months of testing, tweaking and hard work, all to ensure that you get the device you have been hoping for. The project however, has only just begun. The developers, fans and consumers will now essentially dictate where this device goes from here. PUSH your N900 to its limit.

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