Nokia E6 review, The E spirit

“Don’t let your E71/72 smartphone read this. No, it won’t have a heart attack or anything. But you don’t want it suddenly feeling sad and useless. You certainly realize the E71/E72 duo is getting old and rusty. Like it or not, it’s time to move on. The Nokia E6 will not take No for an answer. A super crisp VGA touchscreen, the finessed Symbian Anna, the strong messenger bloodline and the stainless steel armor are a tempting combination. The package will make long-time Eseries users feel right at home and cheer the upgrades.” Read more here:

Garmin Streetpilot for Windows Phone 7 Available

“The number of turn-by-turn navigation solutions for Windows Phone 7 keeps growing which is always a great thing from the consumer perspective. After we recently showed you a GPS Tuner, Garmin, a more prestigious company, has listed its application to the Marketplace. Garmin Streetpilot offers Garmin navigation a la native Garmin GPS personal navigators. It will cost a spicy $39.99 but will work on both 3G and EDGE to download relevant data information to your device, according to your route. This is definitely good for those who either travel to no or bad coverage area as well as people travelling in foreign countries who want to avoid high data charges while away. The program also offers voice-enabled turn-by-turn directions including street names, real-time trafficupdates, Local Search, speed limit and a comprehensive database of points-of-interest, in addition to always up-to-date U.S. and Canada maps.” via