Front Page Nokia 3D World Gaze now available for Nokia N9 Nokia Beta Labs have released an application called “Nokia 3D World Gaze” that gives the user an augmented reality view of the world. It “gives you a new kind of viewpoint to the world, allowing you to see through the surface (and insides) of the planet all the way to the other side
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I wrote in May of last year asking, only partially rhetorically, if this would be a make-or-break year for consumer electronics giant Nokia. And like many other pundits, I’ve offered my previous employer sound survival advice on more than one occasion [ 1 ][ 2 ][ 3 ]
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Finally the project that I’m working on at Nokia was shown to the world, very proud of this achievement in such difficult times for the people involved on the project.
With the 0.9 version of oculo , your N900 homescreen gets one level up: beautiful wallpapers that will never be the same.
Its been just about 24 hours since Nokia announced the N9 and since then the interwebs have been going crazy with tons of N9 chatter, every small seemingly inconsequential detail is also being lapped up, every hands on scrutinized and people are still hungry for more. Not for a long time has there been so much excitement about a Nokia device, not even the N8 produced the kind of euphoria that has swept across Nokia fans the world over. Even Nokia’s harshest critics have come out with words of praise, something that perhaps has come as a pleasant surprise to Nokia itself
It is still early days and the N9 has just been announced, so may be we shouldn’t be reading too much into the check availability page, but from what it currently states, the N9 may only be coming to 23 countries around the world with major markets such as India, US, UK getting a miss. So far the list is limited to: Australia Austria Bulgaria China Croatia Finland Greece Hong Kong Hungary Malaysia New Zealand Portugal Poland Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovenia Sweden Switzerland UAE Vietnam The N900 came to India after ages, months after it was launched in other parts of the world so I could foresee India missing out, in the US Nokia wants a fresh start with operator support so I can understand that decision, but the UK’s exclusion is surprising. Perhaps, they are choosing markets where the operator’s role is underplayed to an extent and the market is more responsive the SIM free devices