Earlier this week, Nokia announced its Nokia Internet Radio application, which lets you stream online radio stations to your handset, over 3G, Wi-Fi or even GPRS. Since it’s on show at the Nokia World exhibition for the first time, I took the chance to have a go, and put some questions to Saket Gupta, program manager in Nokia’s Nseries Hear New team.
Next up speaking in the More Vision session at Nokia World is Dr Gaetano Borriello from the University of Washington. His session is called the Internet Of Things, but he’s focusing on using a cameraphone to overlay information onto the real world, as seen through your mobile screen.
I’m still at Nokia World, although I’ve shifted rooms since Chris Anderson’s keynote, so am now in the ‘More Vision’ track (translation: the cool pointy-headed futuristic stuff).
Exciting stuff at Nokia World, with Wired head honcho Chris Anderson taking to the stage for his keynote, entitled ‘Free’. It’s his new Big Idea following up the long tail, and he’s giving us a preview of it, in advance of a book due out next year. Liveblog follows, in chronological order.
One of the more eyecatching mobile applications on show at Nokia World today is called Mobile Secretary, from Chinese firm InterGrafx. It’s basically a 3D avatar that acts as your virtual secretary, residing on your phone.
Another company exhibiting at last week’s Nokia World conference was Realeyes3D, which makes software for cameraphones. The company doesn’t sell it – instead, its business model is based on persuading handset makers to preload the software on their new phones….
Just polishing off some more interviews from last week's Nokia World conference today – there was so much happening at the show, I'm still working through transcripts. Let's kick off with Mobile Entertainment Factory, a German firm that's using Adobe's…
Slipping out of one Silicon Valleyspeak presentation today ("Push the envelope!", "Innovation!", "Quadrants!"), I took the chance to get hands on with Nokia's 770 Internet Tablet. I hate the name – could it sound any more nerdy? – but the…
There’s been a lot of talk at the Nokia World conference about the coming together of Web 2.0 and mobile. But a lot of it’s just that: talk. It seems logical that people will want to do similar things on…
Here's another video shown at the Nokia World conference by the firm's head of design Alastair Curtis. This one shows off the way they think the user interface of phones may go, turning into a whizzy touchy-feely touchscreen type affair….