Nokia will unveil a new mobile phone with hardware keyboard on Wednesday at 7am GMT. The announcement will be followed by a Q&A session hosted by Neil Broadley from the Nokia Mobile Phone team and a special guest. I assume that Nokia's CEO will be on hand.
It is not quite clear if this new Nokia phone has what it takes to compete with the new BlackBerry Q10. It could be just a low-end messaging phone.
Being a tech enthusiast is usually synonymous with being out of shape. Thinking back to the movie Revenge of the Nerds, it was clear that computer users were weaklings. As time marched on from the 80's, tech nerds went from simply being weak, to being fat too. Yes, we tech nerds like to sit in chairs and eat bad food. Of course, I'm generalizing; I am positive there are physically fit computer nerds. With that said, I have not encountered many.
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Introduction and designUpdate: We've spent some time with the Motorola Moto G 4G which, apart from the superfast connectivity, only differs in price and the inclusion of a microSD slot. We've updated our review to reflect the new model.Motorola kicked off its global smartphone revival with the keenly priced Moto G handset, and it's now available with 4G too in the form of the Moto G 4G.The Moto G is a mid-range handset with a low-end price tag and Android K ... Source: TechRadar UK
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Microsoft has been touting its new virtual assistant, Cortana, as a personal aid that learns more about you the more you interact with it. In its latest ad, the company is out to prove Cortana is much smarter and more practical than Apple's Siri. During the ad, the narrator asks a series of questions to an iPhone 5s and Nokia Lumia 635 at the same time. When he asks the phones to remind him to say "Happy Anniversary" to his wife next time she calls, Cortana responds by confirming ... Source: Business Insider
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16 hours ago, 7:38am CDT
We live in the future.
That's not my phrase; it is my daughter Madeleine's invention. True, the monorails remain few and far between, but every once in a while I get a reminder that some of what was once science fiction is no longer fiction.
Recently, I got to spend a bit of time with a physicist and physician who says she is trying to do for medicine what Google did for information technology. Her idea is democratize healthcare so that the big stuff doesn ... Source: Market Place
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Microsoft today launched a new commercial comparing its new Cortana virtual assistant to Apple's virtual assistant Siri, demonstrating how the former is able to perform contextually-aware tasks using a number of services. Titled "Happy Anniversary", the commercial shows Cortana and Windows Phone 8.1 running on the Nokia Lumia 635 as the narrator makes commands related around a wedding anniversar ... Source: Mac RumorsFull article at: Mac Rumors20 hours ago, 2:56am CDT
Why tech is on the verge of changing the political process foreverIt's a bleak time to be young. The 30-something-and-below generation is facing huge debts, long hours, low pay and an ever-disappearing retirement age.The cost of higher education in 2014 would've been enough to buy a three bedroom house 30 years ago. When a graduate enters the workforce, they can either look forward to being used as a polit ... Source: Tech RadarFull article at: Tech Radar2 days ago, 8:00am CDT
It’s been another great week in the world of gadgets, and now we’re close to the end it’s time to look back and check out our favourite stories. From gaming tablets to smartphones, smartwatches and wearables, there’s been absolutely loads going on throughout the week. So read on to catch up on all the news from the past few days.
Smartphones for football fans!
Football fans and smartphones may not usually go hand-in-hand, but Huawei wants to cha ... Source: Fifth Gear
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3 days ago, 7:02am CDT
IntroductionWe are halfway through 2014 and Microsoft is having a good year - well almost, even if it had to cut 18,000 jobs, can the Surface Mini, killed Android for Nokia, shuttered its Xbox Entertainment Studios and merged its tech conferences.The Xbox One was met with widespread praise and has been selling in record numbers; Windows Phone is improving rapidly, introducing Cortana; Windows 8.1 garnered praise and, most importantly, continues ... Source: Tech RadarFull article at: Tech Radar3 days ago, 5:19am CDT
Facebook-owned Instagram has been rumored to be working on a new photo messaging app to go head-to-head with popular rivals like Snapchat, and evidence supporting such hearsay may have just turned up in the most unlikely of places.The Verge today reported that Instagram appears to have mistakenly leaked the existence of a new Snapchat competitor called Bolt, which turned up as a new banner ad inside the current Instagram for Android app. ... Source: Tech RadarFull article at: Tech Radar4 days ago, 2:29pm CDT
It's worth reflecting on this passage in Deepa Bhandaru's post about Seattle's leading socialist Kshama Sawant and the current CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella:Nadella strikes the corporate world as a kind of Gandhi figure. Tall and trim with buzzed hair and dark-rimmed glasses, he exudes a corporate brand of asceticism. His lean runner’s body harbors no extra fat. His spe ... Source: The Stranger
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4 days ago, 10:35am CDT
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