Nokia's X, E, C, N Series Naming Structure Becomes Official

Along with the fairly staid C5 phone, Nokia today announced a new structure for its phone series—as we heard a few weeks back. Now, all Nokia phones will come in four different classes—the classic C-series, entertainment and media-themed X-series, business E-series and flagship "high end" N-series. [Nokia Conversations »3/02/10 5:26am3/02/10 5:26am

Nokia's Patent Reveals Innovative Six- or Eight- Megapixel Slider Phone

Cellphone sites are speculating that these rather fascinating images from Nokia could mean an interesting addition to the Finnish company's N-Series. Rocking slightly more detailed drawings than your usual patent-application sketch, the pics show a slider phone with retractable flash. It could mean that Nokia is… »12/03/07 7:04am12/03/07 7:04am

Video: Palm OS Garnet VM Running on Nokia N-Series Tablet

Earlier this week we learned that ACCESS announced a beta VM that will allow owners of the Nokia N770, N800 and N810 to run Palm/Garnet OS applications. If you were skeptical, feast your eyes on the video proof. And while your at it, let the dynamic voice of the narrator send you off to a blissful night's sleep. [… »11/16/07 6:53pm11/16/07 6:53pm

EZfetch Allows Media Content Streaming From Nokia Handsets

We like Nokia's N series smartphones, and thanks to the EZfetch, we like them a little more. The EZfetch allows Nokia N series cellphones, with Wi-Fi, to stream media content straight to either a digital TV or audio system. The device also adds the option of using your Nokia as a remote control for the whole setup. If… »10/31/07 5:00am10/31/07 5:00am