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Today, I learned two things about my Nokia Lumia device. The first is that the calculator gives you more functions when you turn it sideways. The second is that you can share or attach your location in Messaging. Did you know about these features? Watch the demo on the Nokia Lumia 928.
Nokia India on Thursday completed installation of servers that will enable security agencies to lawfully snoop into users’ emails and messages. Both Nokia and RIM have been asked by India’s domestic intelligence agency to create lawful interception facilities earlier this year. RIM has until January 2011 to follow in Nokia’s steps, according to the Times of India.
In partnership with Intuit, Nokia launched a new messaging service for small businesses on Tuesday, called GoConnect. It allows businesses with up to 10 employees to send SMS to their customers about their products and services in a personalized manner. The service is being launched as a pilot in Delhi and Chandigarh, but they expect to roll out GoConnect across India by early 2011.
If you have been experiencing problems with Nokia Messaging in the past two weeks, Nokia says they will completely fix it by Friday, August 27th. Some of the issues included not receiving emails and getting notifications that their subscription has ended. They provided some troubleshooting steps to reboot the Nokia Messaging service.
Updated with Nokia’s response below. I updated my Nokia N900 to Maemo 1.2 and wanted to start everything from scratch. The first thing I wanted to set up was my email. To get push email on the Nokia N900, I needed to add my Gmail accounts through the Nokia Messaging option. To my surprise, it was not listed as an option after I updated.
Nokia announced 3 new affordable handsets designed around messaging and social networking – the Nokia C3, Nokia C6, and Nokia E5. I should get a cookie, because that’s what I guessed for the countdown. The C3 and C6 are expected in the 2nd quarter this year for EUR 90 and 220 respectively, while the E5 is expected in the 3rd quarter for EUR 180.
If you head over to Nokia’s event page titled Everyone Connect, there’s a countdown that ends on April 13th, 4AM Eastern. Further investigation leads us to 2 clues that the countdown is about ‘new messaging solutions.’ That vague statement could mean new devices, services, or apps. We won’t know for sure until that clock reaches zero.
Have you seen the Nokia Messaging Musical video yet? It’s corny but worth watching if you have a few minutes to spare. It’s The Office meets Glee. Nokia users familiar with Nokia Messaging and others who don’t know the simple email setup email on compatible Nokia devices should watch this video.
I’ve been using the second beta to Nokia Messaging for Social Networks the weekend before today’s official announcement. If you need a reminder, the first beta was released at Nokia World, supporting only Facebook. The new version adds new options for Facebook and adds support for Twitter. Read on for some of my feedback.
@nokiamessaging tweeted on Friday that the US has been turned on for Nokia Messaging. This means we can now set up our Nokia Messaging accounts directly from the phone. Previously, US residents had to press a button at email.nokia.com using a computer, then wait for an SMS on the phone.