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CNET
The Nexus 7 is the new small-tablet high-water markcontrols. The restricted profile will only have access to apps deemed acceptabl
The Nexus 7 is the new small-tablet high-water mark
CNET / Posted 4 days ago
controls. The restricted profile will only have access to apps deemed acceptable and will have no access to the Play store. It's an ideal solution for families wanting to share a single tablet; however, Google leaves the decision of... Read more
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iafrica.com
Microsoft announces Nokia feature phoneIndia will be first to receive the Nokia 216. Credit: Microsoft Corporation Wi
Microsoft announces Nokia feature phone
iafrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
India will be first to receive the Nokia 216. Credit: Microsoft Corporation With its classic Nokia look - a compact candybar shape presenting screen and keyboard on the same face - the Nokia 216 is to make its worldwide debut in October... Read more
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CNET
Why, yes, the Nokia 216 phone is from MicrosoftEnlarge Image The Nokia 216 feature phone. In mid-May, Microsoft announced it
Why, yes, the Nokia 216 phone is from Microsoft
CNET / Posted 5 days ago
Enlarge Image The Nokia 216 feature phone. In mid-May, Microsoft announced it would sell off its feature phone business. Yet on September 20, it launched yet another Nokia-branded feature phone. What gives? When Microsoft announced the $350... Read more
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FOX Business
Microsoft Unveils Low-end Nokia 216Nokia 216. Image source: Microsoft. What happened Software giant Microsoft (N
Microsoft Unveils Low-end Nokia 216
FOX Business / Posted 5 days ago
Nokia 216. Image source: Microsoft. What happened Software giant Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) has unveiled the new Nokia 216, a low-end feature phone with a 2.4-inch QVGA display and 0.3 megapixel cameras (front and rear). The device will run the... Read more
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International Business Times
Microsoft launches new Nokia phone for only £28: Here's all you need to knowIn a surprise announcement, Microsoft on Tuesday (20 September) launched a new
Microsoft launches new Nokia phone for only £28: Here's all you need to know
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
In a surprise announcement, Microsoft on Tuesday (20 September) launched a new Nokia brand handset targeting the low-end segment. The phone would be available at a price of INR 2,495 (£28.7) for users in India starting 24 October, just before Diwali... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Court Sentences Two to Six Years Jail Term EachAgbonifo said the convicts did conspire to commit felony on the said date He sa
Court Sentences Two to Six Years Jail Term Each
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Agbonifo said the convicts did conspire to commit felony on the said date He said they broke into Mrs Tessy Okpebiye's store at night and stole one Nokia battery, two Samsung galaxy phones, one laptop, cash sum of N17,000, adding that all... Read more
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New Kerala
Microsoft launches new Nokia phone at Rs 2,495 - newkerala.com #121145New Delhi, Sep 20 : Technology giant Microsoft on Tuesday launched a new mobile
Microsoft launches new Nokia phone at Rs 2,495 - newkerala.com #121145
New Kerala / Posted 5 days ago
New Delhi, Sep 20 : Technology giant Microsoft on Tuesday launched a new mobile phone, Nokia 216 Dual SIM, at Rs 2,495 for Indian customers. The device offers dual cameras with LED flash, FM Radio, MP3, video player and Bluetooth audio support for... Read more
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Mashable
An iPhone 7 has already made it to this man in the remote outbackin outback Australia is rather unique. While some Australians were first in th
An iPhone 7 has already made it to this man in the remote outback
Mashable / Posted 9 days ago
in outback Australia is rather unique. While some Australians were first in the world grab an iPhone 7 from an Apple Store in Sydney Friday morning, it's much more of a challenge for those living in the outback. Take Les Pilton, who has been... Read more
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CNET
Exploding cell phone kills store employeeI was just wondering whether to finally sacrifice my loyal and beautiful Nokia
Exploding cell phone kills store employee
CNET / Posted 10 days ago
I was just wondering whether to finally sacrifice my loyal and beautiful Nokia cell phone for something more contemporary when I discovered that a couple of days ago China experienced its ninth cell phone explosion since 2002. In the latest, a sales... Read more
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CNET
In Sweden and Finland, tech companies help refugees find workabout the Finnish workplace. The goal is to place newcomers in short-term unpai
In Sweden and Finland, tech companies help refugees find work
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
about the Finnish workplace. The goal is to place newcomers in short-term unpaid internships in businesses like grocery stores and homes for the elderly. It's here I meet Wudneh Kasahun. Sitting bolt upright, he describes in slow, careful... Read more
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Ars Technica
Microsoft set to kill off Lumia devices in favor of rumored Surface Phonewith no more forthcoming, and by reports that many retailers have been offering
Microsoft set to kill off Lumia devices in favor of rumored Surface Phone
Ars Technica / Posted 13 days ago
with no more forthcoming, and by reports that many retailers have been offering discounts and removing the phones from in-store prominence. Microsoft has even removed the link to buy Lumias from its US website, and dialled back their presence in... Read more
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iol.co.za
How has the iPhone changed since launch?has swept aside many a rival device over its lifespan, contributing to the decl
How has the iPhone changed since launch?
iol.co.za / Posted 14 days ago
has swept aside many a rival device over its lifespan, contributing to the decline of household names from BlackBerry to Nokia. Here's a look at its evolution over the years... Introducing the iPhone The first model debuts in 2007, ushering in... Read more
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Business Standard India
Here's how much (or little) Apple's iPhone has changed over the yearshas swept aside many a rival device over its lifespan, contributing to the decl
Here's how much (or little) Apple's iPhone has changed over the years
Business Standard India / Posted 14 days ago
has swept aside many a rival device over its lifespan, contributing to the decline of household names from BlackBerry to Nokia. Here's a look at its evolution over the years. Introducing the iPhone The first model debuts in 2007, ushering in the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Lady Gaga panics Nick Grimshaw over 'potty mouth' as she swears on Radio OneOf Justice on 16 September 2012 Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images Lady Gaga perf
Lady Gaga panics Nick Grimshaw over 'potty mouth' as she swears on Radio One
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
Of Justice on 16 September 2012 Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images Lady Gaga performs at KIIS FM's Jingle Ball at L.A. Live's Nokia Theatre on 03 December 2011 in Los Angeles, California Kevin Winter/Getty Images Lady Gaga performs onstage during... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Access to Gig Optimises Gig Performance for Dunedin$500,000 awarded. · Recipients to date include:o Urban Dream Brokerage – Gig T
Access to Gig Optimises Gig Performance for Dunedin
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 16 days ago
$500,000 awarded. · Recipients to date include:o Urban Dream Brokerage – Gig Technology installations within empty Dunedin store fronts o Home of St Barnabas – Meals on Wheels App to assist with the delivery of meals to those in need o Mozilla... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Comment: Apple is losing the innovation game, it can't trap users anymorethe iPhone in 2007.Kimberly White/Reuters The good old days of the first iPhon
Comment: Apple is losing the innovation game, it can't trap users anymore
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
the iPhone in 2007.Kimberly White/Reuters The good old days of the first iPhone When the first iPhone was launched, Nokia still dominated the global mobile phone market. Its 5200 was a big seller - but it looked silly compared to the... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Apple is losing the innovation game, it can’t trap users anymoretime and everywhere. At least it will be cheap. The good old days of the first
Apple is losing the innovation game, it can’t trap users anymore
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 17 days ago
time and everywhere. At least it will be cheap. The good old days of the first iPhone When the first iPhone was launched, Nokia still dominated the global mobile phone market. Its 5200 was a big seller – but it looked silly compared to the... Read more
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The Register
Apple: Crisis? What innovation crisis? BTW, you like our toothbrush?or looking to get “last year’s” cheaper iPhone 6s instead. The camera is much b
Apple: Crisis? What innovation crisis? BTW, you like our toothbrush?
The Register / Posted 17 days ago
or looking to get “last year’s” cheaper iPhone 6s instead. The camera is much better, the result of key members of Nokia’s old imaging team being given a free range, and able once again to choose dedicated custom hardware, as they did with... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Do you remember your first mobile phone?of the all-singing, all-dancing smartphone, there are some things about our ear
Do you remember your first mobile phone?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
of the all-singing, all-dancing smartphone, there are some things about our early phones that we miss. In a way, the day Nokia put Snake on its first phone is the day that mobile phones became truly desirable objects. If you didn’t have Snake on... Read more
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Gamasutra
The Art & Business of Making GamesDodgers is a free-to-play (F2P) game offering in-game purchases, and is availab
The Art & Business of Making Games
Gamasutra / Posted a month ago
Dodgers is a free-to-play (F2P) game offering in-game purchases, and is available to download now on Apple’s App Store and Google Play. To learn more about Pixel Dodgers and download the app, visit... Read more
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CNET
In Sweden and Finland, tech companies help refugees find workabout the Finnish workplace. The goal is to place newcomers in short-term unpai
In Sweden and Finland, tech companies help refugees find work
CNET / Posted a month ago
about the Finnish workplace. The goal is to place newcomers in short-term unpaid internships in businesses like grocery stores and homes for the elderly. It's here I meet Wudneh Kasahun. Sitting bolt upright, he describes in slow, careful... Read more

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