Nokia is using its and E60 and N80 (pictured at left)) devices to study whether you really can have it all: voice and data on both fixed lines and on the road. The Finnish phone giant has gotten together with the Deutsche Telekom group and announced T-One, an integrated dual-mode telephony system that's aiming to bring you the best of both worlds. The coolness here is that once this is available, you'll be able to access exactly the same voice and data connections wherever you are, at home or out there in the real world, by using a T-Com HotSpot, which is presumably a whole lot bigger than a WiFi hotspot.
Nokia didn't announce when this dual-mode service would be available to mere mortals, but with its N80 and E60 devices—convergence phones that are able to support SIP-based Internet calls and GSM, WCDMA and WLAN networks—the company is well-positioned to make this happen. To be available in Europe only, though.