No one's phone is safe.
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No one's phone is safe.
If you're looking for a cheap, durable phone to surf the internet with, you might not have to wait much longer.
"I am a veggie, I am so tasty..." THEN WHAT, NOKIA LUMIA 1020 COMMERCIAL?
Microsoft has just bought Nokia... so what's next?
Nokia uses an orchestra to bring you ringtones that won't make you homicidal.
Nokia is apparently so proud of their new phones they didn't bother to actually shoot their viral videos with them.
Missing calls sucks, doesn't it.
The violinist here is Lucas Kmit, your new hero.
There are many firsts in a person's lifetime.
Technology is a business that moves at warp speed.
While I could listen to a slowed-down track of a six-year-old singing about her hot ass in front of Sharon Osbourne all day, there comes a time in every blogger's life when he has to say, "oooh, look at me, guys, I'm all cultured and arty.
This film has been popping all up in my feeds today, prompting me to finally take a couple of minutes to watch it and see what the fuss was all about, and after having done so I can verify that the hype is justified.
In a story nearly four years in the making, the U.
If you're wondering where that $5 was you just had yesterday, the first place you should probably look is your smartphone: Combined revenues from the four major mobile application stores run by Apple Inc., Google Inc., Nokia Corp. and Research In Motion Ltd. will leap 77.7 percent in 2011 to $3.8 billion, with the Apple App Store projected to eat up a gargantuan three-quarters share of the total market, according to new IHS Screen Digest research. “With consumers continuing to show robust, unflagging interest in downloading games and other applications to devices like smart phones and tablets, collective revenues from the four stores will climb sharply this year,” said Jack Kent, analyst, mobile media, for IHS. Pardon my naiveté, but what are people buying that could amount to these kinds of projected profits? Are they required to purchase individual levels of Angry Birds? No where in the release was it mentioned whether these are U.S. projections or worldwide, but I'm assuming the former since it's "only" $3.8 billion. The crazy thing is these profits are expected to keep rising over the next few years: Total download revenue from games and other applications are projected to continue rising in the next few years, jumping to $5.6 billion in 2012, $6.9 billion in 2013 and $8.3 billion in 2014. The four app stores are the major players at present in the field, but other sites, such as Microsoft’s Windows Marketplace, conceivably could gain enough size and presence in the future to shake up the market. Perhaps Obama should create a Save Our Economy app and charge a dollar for it. They probably couldn't call it that, but if the app is related to boobs or kittens, I'm pretty sure people will buy it. Revenue for Major Mobile App Stores to Rise 77.7 Percent in 2011 [isuppli].
Feels good man.
In news that would have been awesome 10 years ago, Nokia has announced a contest that will give one lucky person the chance to film a bedroom scene with iconic wig wearer bombshell Pam Anderson.
You may/may not be fully aware of how authentic that statement pictured above is.