Archive for August, 2013

HERE Auto brings Nokia’s connected car vision to life

HERE Auto brings Nokia’s connected car vision to life

Nokia has announced a new embedded in-dash navigation system for automobiles called HERE Auto. Along with the in-dash navigation system itself, Nokia has also trotted out the HERE Auto Companion app billing them both as the latest additions to its world-class location products and services. Nokia believes that a connected car requires more than simply putting a smartphone inside of vehicle.

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BBM for iPhone and Android semi-functional launch page goes live

BBM for iPhone and Android semi-functional launch page goes live

We've known for some time that a BBM app for Android and iOS will be coming, but nothing had been set in stone as far as launch dates go. Last week, user guides for both varieties of mobile operating systems leaked, hinting that BlackBerry messenger would likely be arriving soon, and that conclusion seems to have been spot-on, with a landing page going live over on BB's website briefly.

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iPhone 5S Gold and Graphite shells appear in video with iPhone 5 structure comparison

iPhone 5S Gold and Graphite shells appear in video with iPhone 5 structure comparison

Leaks and rumors regarding the gold and graphite iPhone 5S have been numerous at this point, with parts showing up in a parts replacement store in Japan and the graphite variety leaking in full earlier this week, for example. Now the gold and graphite casings have made their way into a video, their structure being compared on camera to that of an iPhone 5.

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Huawei claims to be developing 5G networks, expects to launch them in 2020

Huawei claims to be developing 5G networks, expects to launch them in 2020

Huawei's rotating CEO and deputy chairman Ken Hu has made a guest contribution over at Forbes discussing 5G networks, stating that the company has been working on developing them for the past several years. If all goes as Huawei expects, the company plans to launch said networks commercially in 2020, stating that it would be able to offer speeds up to 100 times faster than 4G.

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SimCity for Mac issues causing some gamers frustration

SimCity for Mac issues causing some gamers frustration

With the SimCity launch fiasco that took place earlier this year still in fresh in the mind of gamers, many have plodded ahead and downloaded the newly launched SimCity from Mac. Not too long after the download became available, however, comments and tweets are appearing from users who are experiencing a variety of issues with the game, among them being the inability to download it at all.

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