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Thursday, 21.11.13
AVAILABILITY: Jolla to Ship 1st Sailfish OS Smartphones from November 27
Posted by Arne Hess - at 14:26 CET under 05 - Other Mobile OS News

Right in preparation of its first smartphone launch which will go on sale with DNA first, Jolla has announced today that all pre-ordered Jolla smartphones will be shipped from November 27. So if you have pre-ordered yours back in spring, it shouldn't take too long anymore to hold the word's first Sailfish OS smartphone in your hands. According to Jolla's FAQ, the launch party is on 27 November in Helsinki, where DNA will setup a pop-up store. At the event, a total of 450 Jollas will be sold to customers who have pre-ordered their phones in the first pre-booking campaign. At the same time, Jolla will start mail deliveries to all the pre-order customers from all countries which ordered in both, the 1st and 2nd pre-booking campaigns.

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ENHANCED: Google Updates Google Translate for Android - Adds further Features and Simplicity
Posted by Arne Hess - at 14:04 CET under 04 - Android News

Back, when I worked on a project in Angola, in a country which language I don't spoke, Google Translate for Android became a real life saver for me since it - somehow - allowed me to talk to my Portuguese only speaking colleagues. Now, Google announced to make Google Translate even better by launching the new Google Translate app for Android. The app is now featuring faster and simpler speech translations, additional language support and a sleek new look. Google Translate for Android works as before, all it needs is to open the Translate app and press the microphone icon. Google has also added gesture support now, so with a simple turn of the screen, it's possible to switch back and forth between languages.

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SERVICE: 6snap full featured Snapchat App for Windows Phone now Available
Posted by Arne Hess - at 11:14 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Snapchat, which just made it to the press with the story that it declined a US$ 3 billion offer from Facebook, has now received its first full featured (but unofficial) Windows Phone client. Developed by Rudy Huyn, who's well known for his Instagram and Vine clients for Windows Phone (which both are better than the originals), has now released 6snap. 6snap allows to snap a photo or a video, adding a caption after, and sending it to a friend - or a few. Well, that's what Snapchat is about but 6snap is said to support all Snapchat features which include the sharing of pictures and videos with Snapchat users, posting snaps on the story line, seeing stories, best friends and scores of friends, drawing and adding texts to your pictures.

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RENAMED: Nokia Music becomes Nokia MixRadio - Receives more Features for Free
Posted by Arne Hess - at 10:54 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Following the introduction of Nokia Music and the later enhancement with Nokia Music+, Nokia unveiled today that it has renamed its music streaming service to Nokia MixRadio. Now available in 31 countries around the World, MixRadio also sports a new feature called "Play Me" that learns from listening habits to give an even more personalized radio station at the touch of a button. Nokia MixRadio builds on the acclaimed Nokia Music streaming service that launched two years ago to streamline the experience of discovering new music on the go. The new Play Me button helps users get to personalized content even faster, at the single touch of a button from the landing screen in fact.

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Wednesday, 20.11.13
SERVICE: Waze Navigation Service launches on Windows Phone
Posted by Arne Hess - at 20:27 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Not that Google Maps is available on Windows Phone, interestingly enough, Google's recently overtaken Waze service just launched on Windows Phone. Waze is a community based mapping, traffic and navigation app with 60 million participants. It allows to join forces with other drivers nearby to outsmart traffic, save time and gas money, and improving everyone's daily commute. By simply driving around with Waze open, users have already contributing tons of real-time traffic and road info to the local driving community. Furthermore it's possible for participants to actively report accidents, hazards, police and other events seen on the road as well as receiving road alerts from others on route.

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