According to an unconfirmedreport that surfaced this week, Nokia plans to release later this year a device will apparently be the replacement for the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet.
The smartphone version of Google Calendar has allowed users to check their schedule for some time, and it has recently acquired a way to respond to invitations and change attendance status on the go.
Nokia will release a new touchscreen-based Internet Tablet in the fourth quarter, says TheStreet. Meanwhile, a Nokia haptic touchscreen-based smartphone is due in the third quarter, followed by a “Nautilus” touchscreen phone shipping in 2010, and possibly a Foxconn-manufactured Nokia netbook, the financial website claims.
Intel’s convertible “Classmate” PC for schoolchildren has been released in China for the first time, as the Hanvon HCQ890 (left), the chipmaker says. Separately, Computer Technology Link, one of several companies marketing the Classmate in the U.S., supplemented its offering with a standard netbook, the UW1.
STAR CITY, Russia (AP) — Russian and American astronauts on Friday downplayed suggestions of disputes on the international space station over access to food and equipment….