“The Nokia Lumia 925 is a smartphone featuring the Windows Phone 8 operating system, 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, the latest evolution of PureView with optical image stabilisation and PureMotion HD+ ClearBlack AMOLED display. The device brings the best browsing experience with IE10 hardware accelerated graphics and HTML5 support. Develop apps for this device with XNA and C++ frameworks and build web experiences using Internet Explorer 10. Supported operating bands depend on the country/region where the device is available”
“In this video, we discuss some of the quick assumptions about Glass, warranted or otherwise, and give you a look through the eyes of the device in action. Stepping outside, pulling up an address, replying to an email and listening to the latest NYTimes headlines is a pretty seamless experience. Google calls the technology “calm,” since it doesn’t require you to pull a device out of your pocket, unlock a screen or tap any buttons.”
Facebook today launched a new idea around mobile, actually around people: Facebook Home. It will launch on 5 Android devices on April 12th and it will take several months before reaching tablets. Also they will update it once a month.
This is a pretty cool application released by Google: Google Keep. It’s available for mobile and desktop.
“Quickly capture what’s on your mind and recall it easily wherever you are. Create a checklist, enter a voice note or snap a photo and annotate it. Everything you add is instantly available on all your devices – desktop and mobile.”
I am planning to attend the Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona. It’s going to be interesting to see all the news, meet new and old people and have a beer or two with old friends. Planning to attend many developer conferences, the WIP Jam dev conference and some of the parties!
Via Techcrunch, looks like Nokia is making some good numbers on Nokia Lumia sales.
“the company announced that it exceeding guidance for Q4 sales, after a strong quarter of sales for its Windows Phone Lumia line and its Asha low-cost smartphones, with sales of Lumias nearly doubling over last quarter to 4.4 million devices.”