[2 Mar 2009 | No Comment | ]
Cracker Jacks were fun as a kid, cause the prizes were supposed to be there. But what about when you find a stinky old Nokia cellphone in a bag of chips? Eeeww.
Emma Schweiger found the Nokia in a bag of Clancy’s Ripple Potato Chips from her local Aldi store. That night, while she was being a fatass reading the paper (its okay, I’ve done it too) she felt something hard in the open bag. The greasy phone wouldn’t turn on, but it had a T-Mobile chip and a black discolored …
[17 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]
Two top mobile phone maker and mobile software development company now going to work on a joint venture. Nokia has announce that they are going to use the Qualcomm chipsets and S60 software, which is most likely to the used in smartphone software.
“The first Mobile devices based on this collaboration are expected to launch in mid-2010 and be compatible with the forthcoming Symbian foundation platform,” Nokia said in a statement.
Nokia also added that phones would initially be for the North American market and work on third-generation network. They have not …
[29 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]
Nokia has outsourced desktop management and help desk functions in 76 countries to Indian outsourcer HCL Technologies.
HCL announced on Thursday that the handset maker has signed a five-year contract for an undisclosed sum.
The outsourcer has set up a new office in Helsinki, Finland, to deliver near-shore services to Nokia, in addition to delivering services from centers in Poland, China, the U.S. and India.
The contract includes multilingual helpdesk services in 13 languages, global account management, workstation packaging, creation and maintenance, workstation security management, and on-site support services delivered by partners, …
[23 Jan 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Ever since Apple changed mobiles forever with the launch of its iPhone, the rest of the industry has been playing catch up.
In this competition of the i-phone now the biggest rivals in the market, Nokia claims that they have done a product in the competition of the i-phone. Nokia released on 23 January, it’s N5800 XpressMusic is the company’s first touch screen mobile phone.
The cost of this Nokia mobile is £100 less than the iPhone, it may be start price war. The important question is its performance in comparison …