Steve Litchfield over from AAWP got his hands on the brand new Nokia Lumia 930 and test drove it.
His verdict is:
So, will the Lumia 930 stay afloat in the turbulent seas of 2014? Yes, just about. At least you won’t miss its phosporescent orange (or green) back cover bobbing up and down!
Jump over to read the whole review.
That WhatsApp for Windows Phone is the least supported version compared to Android and iOS is no secret. However, now WhatsApp was pulled from the Windows Phone Store and cannot be downloaded currently.
The WhatApp Team gave following statement regarding the issue:
Unfortunately due to technical issues, we have chosen to un-publish WhatsApp Messenger on the Windows Phone platform. We are working closely with Microsoft to resolve the issues and hope to return to the store shortly. We apologize to our users for the temporary inconvenience.
Let’s hope that WhatsApp will be very soon available again and moreover receive a proper update.
Source: WP Central
Nokia Board of Directors has appointed Rajeev Suri as President and CEO of Nokia Corporation, effective May 1, 2014. Suri joined Nokia in 1995 and has held a wide range of leadership positions in the company. Since October of 2009, he has served as CEO of NSN, the former joint venture between Nokia and Siemens that is now fully owned by Nokia. During his tenure as CEO, that business went through a radical transformation to become one of the leaders in the telecommunications infrastructure industry.
“As Nokia opens this new chapter, the Nokia Board and I are confident that Rajeev is the right person to lead the company forward,” said Risto Siilasmaa, Chairman of the Nokia Board of Directors. “He has a proven ability to create strategic clarity, drive innovation and growth, ensure disciplined execution, and deliver results. We believe that his passion for technology will help ensure that Nokia continues to deliver innovations that have a positive impact on people’s lives.”
Have you wondered why you got more scratches on the Nokia Lumia 920 or Nokia Lumia 1520 than on the 1020? No? Well, Volker Weber did that and did some reserch.
Here you can see that the Lumia 1020, 1320 and Icon all use the Gorilla Glass 3 while all other use Gorilla Glass or Gorilla Glass 2. I cannot tell you why. Do you have an idea? Anyway, a very good overview in my opinion.