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Nokia considering Microsoft and MeeGo for future tablets

Nokia considering Microsoft and MeeGo for future tablets

Nokia's tablet strategy may look to Microsoft's platforms and, according to Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, "what they are currently working on", however the company could also use its own platforms, such as MeeGo. Reluctant to comment specifically on the potential for Windows 7, Windows Phone 7 or MeeGo tablet-scale hardware specifically, Elop stressed that Nokia had reserved the right to use something different from Microsoft's range.

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Nokia Android Honeycomb tablet is latest odd OS rumor

Nokia Android Honeycomb tablet is latest odd OS rumor

Nokia continues to insist it has no plans to deviate from its two-prong Symbian/MeeGo platform strategy, but the rumors that they're looking to Android or Windows Phone 7 just keep on coming. Slipped quietly into a DigiTimes report on Android Honeycomb tablets is the suggestion that Nokia has been working with Google - and is among a cadre of smartphone manufacturers getting preferential treatment, no less - on an Android slate that could launch early in the first half of 2011.

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Google Tablet, HP 6-inch mini slate & Nokia ereader tipped to take on Apple iPad

Google Tablet, HP 6-inch mini slate & Nokia ereader tipped to take on Apple iPad

Whether iPad-inspired or just coincidental, it sounds like Google aren't content to leave the tablet market to Apple.  While devices like the Notion Ink Adam and ICD Gemini will both run Android, according to the NYT Google are planning an own-brand tablet; CEO Eric Schmidt has apparently been boasting about the Android-based Google tablet at a recent party, and sources with "direct knowledge of the project" reckon the search giant has been quietly working on media content deals including magazines and newspapers.  Meanwhile, there's also talk of a second HP tablet, with a six-inch touchscreen.

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Nokia N920 leaks? Non-QWERTY capacitive Internet Tablet tipped

Nokia N920 leaks? Non-QWERTY capacitive Internet Tablet tipped

We're inherently sceptical of anything blurry that's claiming to be a prototype, so throw some salt over your shoulder and take a look at what's tipped as Nokia's next-gen N9xx-series Internet Tablet device.  According to imobile365 the Nokia N920 will be a touchscreen-only device, using a 4.13-inch capacitive touchscreen rather than the N900's 3.5-inch resistive panel and supporting multitouch gestures on Maemo 6.

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Nokia Internet Tablet caught in wild, passes FCC: 3G, QWERTY and 5MP camera

Nokia Internet Tablet caught in wild, passes FCC: 3G, QWERTY and 5MP camera

Could this be Nokia's upcoming Internet Tablet?  Having heard little about the likely Maemo powered refresh from the company for a couple of months now, both the image you see here (more after the cut) and an FCC filing have appeared in short succession.  Both the device, and the FCC diagram, seem to match the leaked image of what was called the N900 "Rover" Internet Tablet from May.

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Nokia N900 Rover Internet Tablet details leak

Nokia N900 Rover Internet Tablet details leak

Details of Nokia's next-gen Internet Tablet have leaked, suggesting that the Finnish company have moved away from positioning the platform as a companion device and now perceive it more as a smartphone.  According to leaked specifications, the Nokia N900 or "Nokia Rover" now has quadband GSM and 3G HSPA, in addition to the WiFi and Bluetooth of the previous-gen models.  It also sheds some screen-size, scaling down to a 3.5-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen (from 4-inches) though as this leaked image suggests the overall design is very similar to that of the N810.

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Nokia kill off N810 WiMAX Edition Internet Tablet

Nokia kill off N810 WiMAX Edition Internet Tablet

Nokia have axed their N810 WiMAX Edition Internet Tablet, and while the Finnish company did not state their reasons for its demise, a fair guess would be that it's due to the slower-than-expected spread of the WiMAX network itself.  However, according to company spokesperson Laurie Armstrong, Nokia is not writing off WiMAX altogether.

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