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Nokia demonstrates new technologies
|24 октября 2007|
Nokia Tuesday demonstrated its vision for technologies which will impact the future of the convergence of Internet and mobility at The Way We Live Next, an exclusive briefing at the Nokia Research Center in Oulu, Finland's northern technology hub.During the briefing, Nokia delivered presentations on topics including: Web technologies driving innovation in mobile; Nanotechnology and solutions for the environment; The evolution of the Internet user experience; Mobile payments and banking using Near Field Communications; Future energy sources; and Smart Connectivity and the future of wireless broadband.
Nokia also demonstrated a range of breakthrough technologies, including:
MOSH: a one-to-many distribution platform - a targeted channel for developers to publish applications and other content, for mobile devices, to a global audience.
Widsets: a mobile Internet service with more than 3 million registered users and over 2000 widgets, which allows people to share Internet content and to create and publish their own widgets in the spirit of Web 2.0.
Point & Find: a new way to discover more about surroundings, using the camera on a mobile device. The mobile device then displays relevant information about what you are looking at, fetching real-time information from the Internet.
Shoot to Translate: a demonstration using software that translates written characters into another language; the original text is captured with the camera on the Nokia multimedia computer and translation happens in real time.
Virtual worlds: in addition to previewing a photographic exhibition taking place simultaneously in Second Life and the real world, Nokia showed how 3D virtual environments could be implemented on mobile devices to create an immersive user experience.
Nokia also announced a re-launch of its Beta Labs site.
Nokia demonstrated Mobile Web Server, a beta lab application running on S60 smartphones. It allows the mobile device to function as an Internet server, making it possible for people to access content on their mobile remotely from a web browser on another device, or to allow other people to do so.
Mobile Web Server takes the development of Web 2.0 communities to another level as, rather than centralizing content from many people on a single site, it emphasizes decentralization as a way of creating another kind of community.
Источник: Total Telecom