Can't get past some of the trickier levels in Angry Birds? Rovio has introduced a new character to the flock, with the Mighty Eagle having a brilliant feather in its cap—the ability to blitz through levels.
What's this? An Ovi app, on Gizmodo? Finally, we've found one worth talking about—though admittedly this technology isn't exactly new, having been kicking around desktops for a few years.
With one eye on the $99 iPhone, Nokia's budget ($213 before carrier subsidies) 5230 has 3G and GPS features not found on the 5530 XpressMusic, but lacks that phone's Wi-Fi, and has a pared-down 2-megapixel camera.
Nokia has quietly opened Ovi marketplace to the US and elsewhere, giving Symbian users the world over an app store to call their own. And from the looks of it, it's a nice one. UPDATED
The web interface is attractive and easy to use, with a simple "Send to Mobile" button serving in lieu of a central transfer program…
It's been less than a year since Apple launched the iPhone App Store, but now virtually every mobile OS is showcasing its own take on the mobile application storefront. How do they all stack up?
A Newark, Ohio man was busted for an OVI (Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated) when he crashed his motorized barstool on a public street.
Does Nokia's multimedia guru Anssi Vanjoki read Gizmodo? A few months back, when Nokia launched its Ovi mobile media portal, our own personal Jesus ridiculed its use of Windows Mobile content as not being able to keep up with iTunes. Well, right or wrong, Nokia got the message, and Vanjoki is now inviting Steve Jobs…
Yes, the title could have been "Nokia's Crappy Friday": Reuters says the N-Gage gaming service and the new music store are "among the cornerstones" of Nokia's big mobile-content push, yet today neither one is where it's supposed to be.