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We have heard a few rumors about another Windows Phone smartphone from Nokia, the Nokia Ace, which is expected to be called the Nokia 900 when it is officially announced, and now a mystery Windows Phone smartphone has turned up in an official Nokia video.


The video below clearly shows a new Nokia Windows Phone device, and it is possible that it could come with either a 4 inch display or possibly a 4.3 inch display.

We don’t as yet have any confirmation on exactly what this new Nokia Windows Phone device is, but we suspect it is the new Nokia 900, as soon as we get some more information we will let you guys know.

Source MyNokiaBlog

Category: Future Mobile | Views: 514 | Added by: marlen | Date: 2011-11-16 | Comments (0)

The New York Times ran an interesting piece last Sunday about a secretive location in the Bay Area. Turns out to be the mysterious X Lab run by Google. It’s so secret, that irony of ironies, the very story that introduced it to the public imagination merely hinted at what goes on inside. It’s a cool read though. According to the collaborative duo Clair Cain Miller and Nick Bilton, the Google X Lab does stuff so far out it’s almost hard to believe. Plus: Robots!


So maybe the robot part will further convince the paranoiacs out there that Google is a real life Sky Net. Relax…it’s just a harmless search engine. (Not.)

Here’s a teaser from the two page scoop:

A Google spokeswoman, Jill Hazelbaker, declined to comment on the lab, but said that investing in speculative projects was an important part of Google’s DNA. "While the possibilities are inc ... Read more »

Category: Google techno | Views: 433 | Added by: marlen | Date: 2011-11-16 | Comments (0)

The guys over at the Verge have obtained a photo and some details of a new BlackBerry smartphone from RIM, which is reported to be the first BlackBerry device that will come with RIM’s new BBX OS, the BlackBerry London.

The BlackBerry London is reported to come with the new BBX OS and it will feature a dual core TI OMAP 1.5GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of built in storage, and a large touchscreen display, as you can see from the photo there is no physical keyboard.


Other rumored specifications include an 8 megapixel camera on the back and a front facing 2 megapixel camera for video chat, the device is rumored to launch some time in 2012.

Source The Verge

Category: Future Mobile | Views: 382 | Added by: marlen | Date: 2011-11-16 | Comments (0)