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Nokia just released a huge update for its innovative Android app

Nokia just released a huge update for its innovative Android appOn June 19th of this year, Nokia was reborn. The company that had been known for years as a cell phone pioneer had sold off its devices business, and the world was waiting to see what new paths Nokia might take. There are a few, as it turns out, but one of them saw the company release a surprisingly innovative new Android app this past summer, and it just got a big update that users will love. Earlier this week, Nokia announced on its Z Launcher blog that the like-named app, which is the first stand-alone Android software Nokia has ever released, has been improved in several key areas. For those who did not see the original news, Nokia’s Z Launcher app is

[in BGR News]
iPhone 6 May Do NFC Mobile Payments
Launch expected at event on Sept. 9.
Hyperlapse: съёмка ускоренного видео со стабилизацией изображения на смартфоне
Вскоре после Microsoft похожую технологию съёмки hyperlapse-видео со стабилизацией изображения показала и компания Instagram (Facebook). Здесь уже есть готовое мобильное приложение, которое можно попробовать прямо сейчас. К сожалению, бесплатная программа вышла только под iOS, а под Android отсутствуют какие-то функции в API.

Разработчики программы — Алекс Карпенко и Томас Димсон, друзья из Стэнфордского университета. В 2010 году Карпенко защитил дипломную работу на тему стабилизации изображений, а в 2013 году его фирма Luma разработала технологию для стабилизации видео на смартфоне. Секрет — в использовании акселерометра во время съёмки, чтобы компенсировать движения камеры.
Vodafone deliver 4G to PAYG customers too

Getting mobile broadband speeds just got a bit easier on Vodafone, with the UK network allowing their Pay As You Go customers onto the 4G network too.

It’s been a year since the Voda 4G tech got switched on, and their existing 4G Pay Monthly customers are already using three times more data than the 3G customers. The network is currently rolling out 4G in 304 large towns and cities across the UK.

The network is also increasing data allowances and you can grab one of their “Freedom Freebee” deals for £20 per month to get 2GB data, unlimited texts and 500 minutes of calls per month. You’ll also then get to choose either Spotify or Sky Sports Mobile as a benefit.

More details on this are available below.

Vodafone deliver 4G to PAYG customers too is original content from Coolsmartphone.com

EaterWire: Eat Ice Cream This Weekend; Hibiscus Wine Dinner

EaterWire: Eat Ice Cream This Weekend; Hibiscus Wine DinnerFORT WORTH—Labor Day weekend is prime ice cream eating time. Hit up Melt Ice Creams before they rotate out their flavors again; right now they've got Blackberry Pie (featuring pie crust by Stir Crazy Baked Goods), Ghost Chili (made...

[in Eater Dallas]
Sprint ofrece el HTC One E8 por sólo US$100 con contrato

Sprint ofrece el HTC One E8 por sólo US$100 con contratoEl teléfono, disponible de inmediato, es una versión más barata del teléfono insignia HTC One M8.>

[in CNET]
HERE for Samsung: Fresh Maps for the new Samsung Gear S
HERE today announced that it has partnered with Samsung to bring its maps and location platform services to Tizen-powered smart devices by Samsung, including the newly-announced Samsung Gear S
PAUL UK Choose Olive Communications for New Mobile Telecoms Service
Paul UK, the French Family Bakery and Patisserie, has chosen Olive Communications to manage their mobile telecoms estate following a competitive three-way tender process
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