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Introducing the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s

The phone that you have all been waiting for is finally here. At apple we have gone above and beyond to do absolutely nothing new to better this phone.

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Introducing the iPhone 5S (Parody)

Our level of deception has never been matched. This is a parody of the upcoming Apple iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. Or the iPhone 6, whatever you want to call it…

Written by Matthias and J-Fred
Music by Matthias

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Remember When Nokia Also Made Paper, Golashes, and Gas Masks?
Nokia began as a paper company. It was 1865, and the mining engineer Fredrik Idestam established a wood pulp mill next to the Tammerkoski Rapids in the southwest of Finland. A few years later, he opened a second mill, this one located on the banks of the Nokianvirta River — a river, apparently, named for an animal: a small mammal related to the weasel and the wolverine.
But the company that derived its name from a weasel-y creature wouldn’t be a one-product outfit for long. It would soon acquire a rubber factory, and a telephone-and-telegraph-cable manufacturer. It would dabble in electronics and clothing and forestry and robotics. 
Today, with the news that Nokia will sell its handset business — and its patents along with it — to Microsoft, it’s worth remembering the many, many other times that Nokia has shifted course during its 150-year history. Nokia has been pivoting since before pivoting was a thing.
Read more. [Image: Reuters/Dado Ruvic]

Remember When Nokia Also Made Paper, Golashes, and Gas Masks?

Nokia began as a paper company. It was 1865, and the mining engineer Fredrik Idestam established a wood pulp mill next to the Tammerkoski Rapids in the southwest of Finland. A few years later, he opened a second mill, this one located on the banks of the Nokianvirta River — a river, apparently, named for an animal: a small mammal related to the weasel and the wolverine.

But the company that derived its name from a weasel-y creature wouldn’t be a one-product outfit for long. It would soon acquire a rubber factory, and a telephone-and-telegraph-cable manufacturer. It would dabble in electronics and clothing and forestry and robotics. 

Today, with the news that Nokia will sell its handset business — and its patents along with it — to Microsoft, it’s worth remembering the many, many other times that Nokia has shifted course during its 150-year history. Nokia has been pivoting since before pivoting was a thing.

Read more. [Image: Reuters/Dado Ruvic]

Bigger. Better. Faster. The Nokia Lumia 625

4.7” display, beautiful design and 4G connectivity - live life bigger, better and faster than the rest with the Nokia Lumia 625.

Check it out here: nokia.com/lumia625

Soundtrack: Synchromesh - Nokia Design Team
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NASCAR team JTG Daugherty Selects Dell to Speed Past the Competition

JTG Daugherty Racing deploys Dell Rugged computing solutions, consisting of the Dell Rugged XFR and Dell Rugged ATG notebooks as well as the Dell Latitude 10 tablet to manage race operations both on and off the track.

With Dell Rugged products integrated into the NASCAR team’s environment at the shop, in the garage, and at the track, JTG Daugherty Racing now has the ability to quickly collect performance statistics, analyze that data and implement changes based on those findings much faster than before. ​

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