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This is my next: The power of 41

July 26, 2013

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I got a pleasant surprise earlier this week when I was informed by my network operator that I was due for an upgrade. The Nokia N8 aside I haven’t bought a device since 2006 so the upgrade option has been my way of getting hold of new devices. On a two year cycle, this means […]

Early Thoughts on the Nokia 808 Pure View

February 28, 2012

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I have spent the past 24 hours digesting the key elements of Nokia’s Mobile World Conference presentation yesterday, the new Symbian powered device, the Nokia 808 PureView. What started as shock, turned initially into horror, then bemusement and finally into awe. Lets take a step back. If you have ever read this blog you will […]

Early thoughts on Nokia Map Suite

October 27, 2011

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Amidst the euphoria (and disappointments) of the launches yesterday, the Asha S40 devices , the Lumia 710 and the stunning Lumia 800 running Windows Phone Mango, a couple of new applications were rolled. Of particular interest seeing as mapping and location based services are a strength of Nokia was the Map Suite available from Nokia Beta […]

The Tech Bishop’s Guide to Getting the most out of your Symbian Device

August 26, 2011

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Earlier this week, I received an E7 loan unit from the good guys over at Nokia South Africa, which I get to keep for a month (full review to follow). While setting up the device for my needs, it struck me how dogmatic the whole process has become for me. I attribute this primarily to […]