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Consuming videos on a mobile device has become the norm. However it’s not everyday you come across someone viewing live TV on a handheld device. Nokia has today aimed to close that gap in the market with the announcement of its new Mobile TV service that will be pushed out through an application from Ovi Store, and the Nokia Mobile TV Headset which sports a built in DVB-H Receiver. Hit the jump for the press release.

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Forum Nokia has released a short video showcasing a project titled ThinkContacts, a mobile application developed for the Maemo platform using QT. It allows the user to select a contact from the phone’s address book and make a phone call by only using the brain’s activity. It is explained and demonstrated in this video using a Nokia N900 and a NeuroSky Mindset headset. Earlier this year we brought to you Brain Maze, which also used this technology as a primary input method for an S60 5th Edition game. Check out the video after the jump.

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Nokia’s recent collaboration with Intel has spawned a new era of mobile computing. With MeeGo, users will be able to take advantage of a completely open platform with spectacular UI experiences. During the Computex keynote, Intel demoed the rumoured MeeGo Tablet, which not only looks promising, but really pushes the bar higher in terms of user experience. The Quanta Redvale tablet is powered by an Intel 1.5 Ghz Moorestown processor with a 10 inch touchscreen. The UI is what’s important here, as any manufacturer will be able to design their own tablet and pack it with the MeeGo goodness, and with an SDK for application development expected to be available later in the summer, developers will be able to to churn out some fantastic software soon too. Hit the jump to check out the video, and leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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In this video, Axel Meyer, Head of Nseries Design, talks about the design and experience of a Nokia flagship device and the considerable amount of thought that goes into creating Nseries devices. He talks about what a true flagship represents, from the materials used in the construction of the device to the experience enhancing capabilities of it, he believes the device is truly an extension of you.

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