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During the Black Hat conference, security specialist Charlie Miller showed some problems with the NFC implementation on the Nokia N9. Miller explained that when NFC is turned on, an N9 will automatically accept all connection requests without prompting the user. He said this opens the device to attackers who can control the device to make calls, send text messages, or download data.
The Nokia N9 launched in Venezuela on Friday. The beautiful Miss Venezuela, Miss Internacional and Miss Venezuela Mundo were at the Nokia store in Sambil Caracas to hand them out to the first buyers. Photos After the jump.
The White Nokia N9 can now be found at Finnish retailers. This variation has a glossy material instead of matte found on the black, cyan, and magenta bodies. If you’re in Finland, you can get it now for 629 Euros.
Glidetrack, the world’s leading camera slider company, announced a new product this week that could make huge cameraphone fans and filmmaker-wannabes really happy. The mobislyder is a portable slider for a broad range of small video-enabled devices like cameraphones. Photo and video after the jump.
We were afraid that the Nokia N9 wouldn’t officially hit the US, but we were wrong. Amazon USA now actually has them in stock at their warehouse. If you’re a Prime member, you can even get it the next day for $3.99 shipping. Price for the Nokia N9 is currently $649.99, which is a couple of hundred dollars cheaper than a couple of weeks ago. If you’re patient, I’m sure it’ll go down a little more.
We found a white Nokia N9 at one of the booths in Nokia World. It’s glossy and not the matte-like material that we’ve previously seen (Cyan, Magenta, Black). It looks great. Take a look.
This is episode 2 of The Nokia Blog’s Weekly Nokia News. Lots of stuff happened this past week, but I tried to cram all the important news in less than five minutes. Please let me know if I should keep doing this on weekly basis. Video after the jump (with a little blooper at the end)!
Here’s a demo of Foursquare for the Nokia N9. It’s pretty good! The main screen shows a navigation drop down, specials nearby, map, search, and list of places to check in. I like that this app gives you the options to broadcast to Twitter and/or Facebook. Video after the jump.