It’s not every day that one finds himself at the world’s most famous museum, and even more unlikely to be at this place of art for a tech event. But on this beautiful spring evening in Paris, I’m here for just that, the global launch of Samsung’s new TVs.
Nokia managed to get the internet all hyped up with a feature phone. The hype reached fever pitch when Nokia finally unveiled the 2017 version of the 3310 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. For a closer look, here’s our Nokia 3310 hands-on video.
Our office door unlocks through an app that connects via Bluetooth — we don’t use keys anymore. To get a taxi, we simply ask Google Home to book one without even needing to go out or press any buttons. Even refrigerators can now talk!
The age of technology has ushered in a new age in the dating frontier. Gone are the days when people have to actually put themselves “out there” to meet people. In today’s time, it’s possible to meet new interesting people in the comfort of your own home via a smartphone application.
Writing about how Nokia, for a moment, excited people in 2017 somehow feels weird. However, HMD Global — the Finnish company that now owns the Nokia brand — hit the right buttons by appealing to fans in the most nostalgic way possible.
Forget for a second that Nokia announced a few new smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. This moment is about the comeback of the Nokia 3310 — an instant classic.