Nokia Introduces Mac Syncing Client
Jun 11, 2007, 9:10 AM by (staff)
Nokia Media Transfer 1.0 is a beta program that Nokia is offering to users of Apple computers that lets them transfer music, photos, and videos from their computers to their Nokia devices. Rather than show up on desktops as another drive, phones will appear directly in iTunes, as well as import pictures directly to iPhoto. The beta program requires that users have the most up-to-date Mac software already installed and works with Nokia N series devices. It can be downloaded for free from the Nokia web site.
Nokia Camera App Updated with New Features
Microsoft has released a new version of the Nokia Camera application for its Lumia-branded smartphones. The revised app carries over several features previously seen in the beta version, including continuous autofocus for faster focusing.
SanDisk Shows Off New USB Drive for Android Phones
SanDisk today announced the SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0, a flash drive that features a standard USB connector for computers and a microUSB connector for mobile devices. Android device owners can connect the drive directly to the USB port of their phone and transfer content from the phone to the drive or vice versa.
Nokia Brings HERE Maps to Google Play Store
Nokia today made its HERE Maps product more visible to Android device owners by adding it to the Google Play Store. Nokia has offered HERE Maps to Android devices in beta form since October, but only from its own web site.
Nokia Now Offering HERE Maps to the iPhone
Nokia today made its HERE Maps application available to the Apple iPhone via the iTunes App Store. Nokia has offered the same HERE Maps to Android devices since December.
I looked it up on nokia.com but I can't find it.
Now I just have to get all my music switched back to my iBook from my PC or maybe just get a new iMac to store all my media.
Well now that I'm in the market for a new phone, I might as well pick up an N75... and a new Macbook
It's about #!$& time