El Nokia N9, el dispositivo mas potente en la actualidad del fabricante Finlandés no estará disponible en Latinoamérica, aunque probablemente si llegue a Norteamérica.
El Nokia N9 desde sus inicios fue concebido como un modelo que serviría de prueba para nuevas interfaces de usuarios en dispositivos Nokia, no estaba pensado en ser su gran salvador ni nada por el estilo y es por esto que en los planes de Nokia Meego OS solo será un pequeño conejillo de indias el cual pasara a ocupar un lugar aun mas pequeño de lo que ocupa actualmente el sistema Maemo con el N900.
Software Updates are coming for Symbian v3.2 and v5.0 Phones with Anna Browser v7.3 and new Ovi Maps
For last couple of days we have reported you about firmware updates news of couple of selected Symbian device. Nokia officially announce that a major software update is coming to set of few loved old Symbian 3.2 and Symbian 5.0 devices, Key feature updates include new Nokia Browser v7.3, (the same as of Symbian Anna ) and new version of Nokia Ovi Maps.
Hewlett-Packard is gearing up to launch the TouchPad tablet this week, but already CEO Leo Apotheker is thinking about what comes next. In an interview with Bloomberg Wednesday, Apotheker said the company is in talks with third parties to license WebOS, the software piloting its mobile devices.
Sony Ericsson unveils Sony Ericsson txt, an entertaining messaging phone. A sister phone to Sony Ericsson’s recently announced Sony Ericsson txt pro, Sony Ericsson txt has a full view QWERTY keyboard and a SMS shortcut key. The phone also features a “friends” application that enables users to see Facebook™ and Twitter™ updates at a glance from their top five friends.
Sony Ericsson announced Xperia™ active, a compact smartphone targeting consumers with an active lifestyle, in conjunction with CommunicAsia 2011 in Singapore. With a 3” screen and running the latest Android platform for smartphones (Gingerbread 2.3), the phone packs Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA® Engine, a 5mp camera with HD video functionality, and a powerful 1Ghz processor. Xperia™ active is dust proof and water resistant* and uniquely incorporates wet finger tracking, to ensure the phone works perfectly when either the screen or a user’s fingers are wet.
Sony Ericsson announced Xperia™ ray – a stunning new smartphone alongside CommunicAsia 2011 in Singapore. With a 3.3” screen and running the latest Android platform for smartphones (Gingerbread 2.3), the phone packs in a powerful 1Ghz processor, Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA® Engine, a 8.1mp camera with Exmor R™ for mobile and HD video functionality. At only 9.4mm thin, Xperia™ ray incorporates market leading design for which Sony Ericsson has become known.
15 Ways iPad Goes to Work: Starship Captain, Next-Generation iPad
Everyone knows iPads have made their way into the enterprise. Captains of industry use them daily. But are iPads a fad or the future? Our take: iPads will be around at least for the next generation. Just ask Captain Picard.
Related apps: Star Trek HD Movie ($20), Star Trek Comics (free)
Cha-ching! Aromas Coffeehouse owner Jeff Milewski uses an iPad and ShopKeep’s Web app to ring up customers, reports Silicon Prairie News. Retailers believe the iPad is the next cash register with the added bonus of computing cross-selling opportunities at the point of sale.
15 Ways iPad Goes to Work: Politician, On the Campaign Trail
It seems a big part of a politician’s job is to give speeches. The iPad’s slim form factor makes it perfect for public speakers like New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to stay on point. “Four score and seven years ago” — scroll down on the iPad — “our fathers brought forth…”
Last year, research scientist Jack Kassewitz used an iPad as a language interface with a bottlenose dolphin. Other researchers are using the iPad (rather than a clunky laptop) to collect data in the field.
15 Ways iPad Goes to Work: Field Service Worker, iPad Gets Dirty
From carriers to construction workers, iPads are getting out into the field. At D7 Consulting, employees at construction sites from San Francisco to Las Vegas use iPads to input data and make out reports. iPads replace binders filled with paper.
15 Ways iPad Goes to Work: Artist, The Digital Canvas
The iPad has been called a piece of art, not a great content creation machine. But artists are proving otherwise by creating inspirational art on the iPad. Even the iPhone stirred the art world after Jorge Colombo drew a New Yorker cover two years ago.
Related apps: ArtRage ($3), Brushes — iPad Edition ($8)
Harris Corp. (HRS), a tech vendor with $6 billion in annual revenue, is developing an iPad app that will let U.S. soldiers in war zones remotely control cameras mounted on tethered balloons and other unmanned aerial vehicles. Call it the iPad of war.
Related apps: Drone Control — Remote Control your AR.Drone ($5)
15 Ways iPad Goes to Work: Musician, An iPad Jam Session
From jam sessions to late-night DJs to one-man street bands, the iPad has become a musical creation sensation. The most well-known musical iPad app is Apple’s own GarageBand ($5), which can record and play back multiple audio tracks.
Related apps: DJ Mixer Pro (free), Pianist Pro ($5), GarageBand ($5)
Apple (AAPL) faithful follow Steve Jobs and his products like a religious movement. Now real spiritual leaders are tapping the power of the iPad. They’re reading and referring to important texts, maintaining schedules, taking notes for teaching and preaching.
Related apps: BibleReader ($1), The Qur’an ($1), HebrewBible ($10)
Clyde Sullivan, M.D., cardiologist, uses the iPad at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital to check up on patients and consult with peers. The iPad cuts the cord that tethers clinicians to offices and nursing stations, freeing them to spend more time with patients.
Every so often, commercial airplane pilots need to consult bulky, perhaps out-of-date flight manuals or thumb through navigational charts. With iPads, pilots can find the most current information quickly and easily. The iPad is ready for takeoff!
15 Ways iPad Goes to Work: Movie Director, Take One, Scene One, Action!
Finally, movie directors have an answer to a prima donna actor’s age-old question: What’s my motivation? Just check out the scene notes on the iPad and read the damn lines! The iPad has become a movie director’s new 64GB clipboard.
When a policeman pulls you over for speeding and then sits in his cruiser for a long time, what’s he doing? He’s playing Angry Birds on his iPad, of course. More likely he’s accessing background information, taking notes, checking maps, maybe even taking photos and video. The iPad is fast-becoming a policeman’s new partner.