MIT And Nokia Announce Joint Research In Mobile Computing

Posted: Oct 27 2005, 7:40am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:41pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
MIT and Nokia Announce Joint Research in Mobile Computing
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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and Nokia Research Center today announced a research collaboration to advance the state of the art in mobile computing and communications technologies.

CSAIL and Nokia will establish a new research facility - the Nokia Research Center Cambridge - near the MIT campus. The facility opens January 1st 2006. The collaborative work of the Nokia Research Center Cambridge will center on a view of the future where small handheld devices such as mobile phones will become parts of an "ecosystem" of information, services, peripherals, sensors and other devices.

This collaboration sounds promising. Lets hope they develop the ueber mobile device I dream of, that lets me surf the web with high speed anywhere in the world on a 17 inch screen with 1280x1024 pixels resolution. That fits in the palm of my hand, has a full QWERTY keyboard and weighs less then 100g and has a 100hour battery life.

More details in this Nokia press-release.

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