by Adam Z. Lein | November 19, 2012 11:42 AM
Nokia City Lens is one of Nokia's custom apps that they tend to brag about pretty frequently, and it certainly is something you don't see too much of, but how well does it work in real life? I took a walk through New York City while holding a camera to my face and a Lumia 920 out in front of that in order to find out. Yes, I got some strange looks from other people on the street, and holding a phone up like that even without holding a DSLR behind it is going to make you look like a tourist. Still, City Lens was often pretty good at pointing out the direction of certain points of interest. ...
by Joe Levi | November 16, 2012 11:12 AM
Electricity has always been a thing of wonder, but like most technological advancements, it's had its challenges and even a fight for what standard to adopt. Thomas Edison developed what would become the first commercially available electrical power transmission using direct current (DC). One of the drawbacks of DC is its relatively limited range due to loss as distribution lines stretched further away from the power plants. Eventually power plants were created in neighborhoods and business districts to overcome the loss, but the plants were large, somewhat noisy, and generally ...
by Adam Z. Lein | November 15, 2012 11:40 AM
It's not too often that a smartphone comes along with as many innovative features packed into it as what we're expecting from the Nokia Lumia 920. The last time we saw such a significant departure from the normal progression of technological advancement was, in my opinion, the HTC Kaiser from 2007. That device didn't change the world for anyone other than the mobile power users of the time, but things are different now. Nokia's Lumia 920 packs in quite a few high-end innovations that could very well appeal to the average user. Before we dig into this very highly anticipated and long ...
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