Nokia World Roundup: Our posts so far from the show
It’s been a hectic two days so far in Amsterdam, zipping between talky sessions and hands-on demos at the Nokia World 2007 show. There’s plenty more posts to come, but now’s a good time to round up some of the highlights so far.
Wired Magazine’s Chris Anderson gave a thought-provoking preview of his next big theory, while the big news story was Nokia’s announcement of its Comes with Music subscription service (with further details supplied by partner Universal Music Group).
There’s been some Nokia bigwigs talking strategy, in the shape of Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, Phil Brown, and Anssi Vanoki revealing more info on Nokia’s ‘Ovi’ wannabe Google-killer.
Finally, we’ve had future-gazing sessions on MIT’s Smart Spaces, and the University of Washington’s Internet Of Things. And I’ve checked out a fun application called Mobile Secretary, and Nokia’s new Internet Radio application. There’s more to come, so keep checking back via the link below.
For the latest posts from the show, check our Nokia World 2007 category