Nokia's Down With Making A High-End Open Source Phone, Just Not With…

When Nokia first showed me their Maemo Linux-powered N800 Internet Tablet, I told them it was cool but that, ideally, I wanted this exact product, smaller, and as a phone. Seems like two years later, this might finally be the way things are headed. » 12/03/08 10:10am 12/03/08 10:10am

Nokia's Jeppe Web-Controlled Videoconferencing Bot Makes Meetings Even…

That is, if you're excited about the prospect of talking to a creepy joker-faced white beetle with eye holes as hollow as your soul when you're around the conference table. The folks at the Nokia Research Center's Smart Spaces lab are actually intending this design concept for home use, but I can see a lot more… » 8/11/08 6:20pm 8/11/08 6:20pm

Nokia's N800 Tablet Confirmed as First Sprint WiMAX Device

Nokia will support Sprint's WiMAX network with an N800 tablet. The information comes from head of Open Source Ops Dr. Ari Jaaksi. On top of WiMAX, it'll retain Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. This is the device, BTW, that has been hacked to get Apple-like scrolling UIs and virtual keyboards. Pretty cool, but by the time the… » 8/09/07 3:28pm 8/09/07 3:28pm

Nokia N800 Internet Tablet Reviewed (Verdict: Great For The Price)

Nokia 770 owners who use the Wi-Fi enabled device for web browsing, email and chat may not have a huge reason to buy the N800, but everyone else may. Costing only $400, this portable internet tablet has an 800x480 touchscreen, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, VGA-video calling camera, SD slots, faster RAM, faster CPU, and amazing… » 1/24/07 5:50pm 1/24/07 5:50pm