WhatsApp popularity is virtually unchallenged in today’s connected world, and the service is being updated with push-to-talk voice messaging to celebrate the achievement of 300 million active monthly users.
Opera’s latest figures on mobile advertising show that iOS and Apple are still kings of the county when it comes to the total ad revenue on mobile phones, with Android coming in at a distant second place.
People say that if Nokia developed and sold an Android device, it would solve all the company’s woes away. But could that, or if Nokia does start making Android devices, will that really happen?
Regional restrictions are single most common cause of content piracy. Today, we live in a internetworked world and for as long as you try to keep those borders closed, you'll have a potential legal issue. Until now.
During the Google Music launch event, Jamie Rosenberg, Director of Digital Content for Android introduced an impressive statistic. We have all heard the figure of 550.000 activated devices daily, but did you knew that in only five months, 100 million people activated their Android devices?
Today, Nokia Singapore showcased their new smartphones, Nokia 700, Nokia 701 and Nokia 603, based on the Symbian Belle platform. In addition, the company also introduced Near Field Communication (NFC) services for businesses and consumers.
The new Nokia 603 is equipped with the latest Symbian Belle operating system and with the Nokia Luna Bluetooth headset, both aim to bring Near Field Communication (NFC) to mass market. The Nokia 603 smartphone and Luna Bluetooth headset are scheduled to be available in Q4 this year.
Nokia has recently announced three new members to their smartphones lineup – Nokia 600, Nokia 700 and Nokia 701. The three new smartphones claim to be feature-packed, mass market mobile devices that run the latest Symbian Belle.
Owners of Nokia N8, C7, C6-01, and E7 would love this piece of good news. The Finnish company has announced that the software update for the phones (codenamed Symbian Anna) will be available for download from 2 September next month. More details inside.
Nokia may have already committed itself to transitioning towards Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system, but if you thought that the Finnish communication corporation's desicion would result in the quick and decisive death of its existing Symbian operating system, well, you could not have been further from the truth. Apparently, word has it that
This year's Nokia Connection is slightly different from the past years. Firstly, it is hosted on the same day as Communicasia and the company has a booth at the convention hall. On top of that, Nokia's CEO, Stephen Elop, is in town to deliver his keynote speech. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.
Today, Nokia Singapore held a media preview for their new E6 and X7 smartphones, based on the latest Symbian Anna operating system. Read on for the details.
It will be some time till we see the Windows Phone 7 devices from Nokia. Meanwhile, the Finnish company has unveiled two new smartphones today, the Nokia E6 and X7, aimed at business users and entertainment enthusiasts respectively.
We have heard of various out-of-this-world claims made by the rumour mill when it comes to popular consumer electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets, but this particular one which has just come to our attention today is probably in a class of their own with regards to their credibility. That being said, does anybody fancy
Nokia may be going the Windows Phone 7 way, but it will be a long time before we see the device retailing in stores. Meanwhile, the Finnish phone maker is not going to phase out its Symbian offerings, seeing there are more than 200 million Symbian-based devices on the market to date. If you are
Today, Nokia announced their new E7 that claims to be "The Ultimate Business Smartphone" in Singapore, designed for mobile professionals. The E7 is available now.
Think that the deal between Microsoft and Nokia was like a match made in heaven? Far from it, especially if Google has got anything to do about it. According to Google CEO Eric Schmidt, the search giant had actively attempted to woo Nokia over into taking back their 'pissing in the pants for
The yet-to-release Nokia E6-00 based on Symbian^3 mobile operating system has its specifications leaked online. The smartphone is reportedly going to be launched at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month.