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Nokia’s Lumia 900, powered by Microsoft’s software, is a good high-end smart phone with relatively few compatible apps.
Nokia hopes to create a device that could harvest enough power to keep a cell phone topped up.
The ailing phone maker banks on high-quality cameras, augmented reality, and wireless charging.
The Lumia 900 is Nokia’s attempt to draw level with Apple and Google and also carries the hopes of Microsoft.
Software that gives users more control of a camera could revolutionize photography.
Tiny advances are loudly proclaimed as the industry battles over fractions of an ever-vaster global mobile market.
A new project collects traffic data from GPS-enabled cell phones.
Low-tech phone technology allows images to be sent as bitmaps in text messages, opening up applications for the world’s poorest.
The company has made key inventions over the years.