Nokia has released its official HERE Maps for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, that is live at App Store for download and this navigation application is free of cost.
A Hungarian site Technet.hu has posted the video of Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 handset code named Sea Ray revealed by Stephen Elop.
In following watch out the unboxing and hands-on video of Nokia E6, which is a business E series handset runs over Symbian ^3 OS and integrated with 2.46 inch LCD capacitive touchscreen covered with scratch resistant Gorilla Glass, 8 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM radio, and Music player.
Earlier this month it was announced that Microsoft and Nokia will do strategic partnership to build a new global mobile ecosystem and now the deal is done and signed by both of the companies.
Nokia E6 is a sophisticated mobile device with a Qwerty keyboard, VGA resolution capacitive touch display and runs over Symbian ^3 OS, integrated with 8 megapixel camera. Checkout the Nokia E6 walkthrough video embedded below.
Nokia E6 is Nokia’s high resolution business smartphone with compact Qwerty keyboard which offers long battery time. Check out the Nokia E6 introducing video below.
Nokia has released Ovi Maps 3.06 navigation app for Symbian with much better user experience. The app is available free for download at Ovi Store.
With Firefox 4 final desktop release, Mozilla also has rolled out Firefox 4 RC for Android and Maemo mobile devices which could be grabbed through integrated links below.
HTC and Samsung both smartphone manufacturers also rejected the Apple’s claim which says that all smartphone devices from all manufacturers have the same antenna issues like iPhone 4.