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  • Nokia E73 Mode brings a familiar form factor to T-Mobile US on the cheap

    Nokia E73 Mode brings a familiar form factor to T-Mobile US on the cheap

    Say what you will about Nokia's software, there's no faulting the E70-series of QWERTY candybars, which marry delectable keyboards with thin, classy, and surprisingly rugged design -- and of course top it off with an almost-just-too-small screen. The latest of these is the new Nokia E73 Mode for T-Mobile US (that's right, a Nokia phone on a US carrier!), which will start shipping on June 16th. The S60 handset has a 5 megapixel camera with flash and autofocus, WiFi, free turn by turn Ovi Maps, and not much more to speak of to set it apart from its predecessors, which is a good or bad thing depending upon what you want out of a phone. The best news, however, is that it's retailing for $69.99 on a two year contract. PR is after the break.

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  • Nokia throws down a €15 bike cell phone charger

    Nokia throws down a €15 bike cell phone charger

    It only makes sense to harness a bit of your bike's pedal power to do good. That's exactly what Nokia's bicycle charging kit does, although we must admit that it's not the first of its kind by any means. These sort of chargers have been around for years, but this is the first one we've from a company such as Nokia.

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  • Ovi Store comes to AT&T, brings carrier billing with it

    Ovi Store comes to AT&T, brings carrier billing with it

    If you’re an AT&T customer and you have a Nokia phone, you probably already know that the app scene is pretty barren. AT&T’s Media Mall offers a few pages of arguably useful apps, but support for programs like AT&T’s App Beta developer initiative is limited to a single Nokia handset. Fortunately, Nokia has just opened up [...]

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  • Nokia recalls several mobile phone chargers over shock hazard

    Nokia recalls several mobile phone chargers over shock hazard

    Nokia has recalled several mobile phone chargers, manufactured by third-parties for the company, because of the chance of electrical shock. There's been no reports of any injuries, so consider this a precaution.

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  • Verizon announces Nokia 2705 Shade flip phone

    Verizon announces Nokia 2705 Shade flip phone

    Nokia 2705 Shade Front Angled Slightly OpenThink what you will, but we're big believers in "keeping it real" 'round these parts. While we swoon whenever a new smart phone hits the scene, the vast majority are still stuck in the flip phone zone - and you know what? There's nothing wrong with that. Have no fear, flip fans, Verizon is here to fulfill all your flipping needs with the new Nokia 2705 Shade.

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  • CrunchDeals: Unlocked Nokia 5800 for $240

    CrunchDeals: Unlocked Nokia 5800 for $240

    Dell’s got a handsome deal on an unlocked Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone at just $240 with free shipping. The offer is good for two days only, from today until Saturday the 12th at 5:59 AM Central Time.

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  • Nokia starts offering VERTU mobile phone services in Japan

    Nokia starts offering VERTU mobile phone services in Japan

    nokia_japan Japan is a tough market to crack for many non-Japanese cell phone makers, and even the world's leading cell phone maker, Nokia, had to give up its Japan operations after having failed to gain a foothold in this country (in November last year). But they're trying again, this time with their luxury brand Vertu.

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  • The Nokia 5230 is like a 5800 Lite

    The Nokia 5230 is like a 5800 Lite

    So, lets say that, despite the snags during its North American launch, you’ve got a soft spot in your heart for the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone. But that price.. without any US carriers eating the up front costs, the cheapest you’ll find this thing is 400 bucks. Fear not, though, friend - you’ve got options. If [...]

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  • Popular Mechanics ruggedize a notebook, a camera and a cell phone

    Popular Mechanics ruggedize a notebook, a camera and a cell phone

    Remember making that science experiment where you have to drop a contraptions that houses an egg? Oh yeah. It's a classic. Well, the geeks at Popular Mechanics did a similar thing expect with a Dell notebook, a Nikon camera, and a Nokia cell phone. Results? The notebook fared a hell of a lot better from an eight foot drop than the pricey Durabook I tested and broke.

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  • iTunes on your Blackberry: DoubleTwist seems to be popular so far, now enters Japan’s cell phone market

    iTunes on your Blackberry: DoubleTwist seems to be popular so far, now enters Japan’s cell phone market

    DoubleTwist, a universal media management desktop application for Macs and PCs, not only has a clever marketing team behind it but also seems to be something a lot of people have been waiting for. The free software, which works like a multi-platform version of iTunes with a social networking component, has been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times since it launched in February (exact number aren't disclosed for the time being). Users can share music files, photos or videos across (almost) any device via drag and drop and share the files with others. DoubleTwist's main selling point: It supports hundreds of devices, from cell phones or mobile gaming devices to portable music players. For example, the software can sync all music files you bought on iTunes with your Blackberry, Nokia phone, Kindle or Sony PSP without you having to worry about file format compatibility. Media files can then be uploaded to sites like Flickr, Facebook or YouTube from within doubleTwist.

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  • Multi-platform media sync software doubleTwist going strong, enters Japanese market

    Multi-platform media sync software doubleTwist going strong, enters Japanese market

    DoubleTwist, a universal media management desktop application for Macs and PCs, not only has a clever marketing team behind it but also seems to be something a lot of people have been waiting for. The free software, which works like a multi-platform version of iTunes with a social networking component, has been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times since it launched in February (exact number aren't disclosed for the time being). Users can share music files, photos or videos across (almost) any device via drag and drop and share the files with others. DoubleTwist's main selling point: It supports hundreds of devices, from cell phones or mobile gaming devices to portable music players. For example, the software can sync all music files you bought on iTunes with your Blackberry, Nokia phone, Kindle or Sony PSP without you having to worry about file format compatibility. Media files can then be uploaded to sites like Flickr, Facebook or YouTube from within doubleTwist.

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  • Intel and Nokia announce “long-term strategic partnership” for an open mobile computing platform

    Intel and Nokia announce “long-term strategic partnership” for an open mobile computing platform

    Here are some notes from Intel’s “breaking news” conference call with Anand Chandrasekher, Intel senior vice president and general manager, Ultra Mobility Group and Kai Öistämö, Executive Vice President, Devices, Nokia. Intel and Nokia have formed a long-term strategic partnership to create an open standard for a new mobile computing platform built upon Linux-based operating systems. Intel will [...]

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