Verizon moves to drop unlimited data plans, HP's WebOS-based TouchPad tablets are available for preorder, and Nokia unveils its end-of-the-line Meego-powered N9 smartphone.
Video shows how the N9's polycarbonate chassis and curved display get assembled.
The Nokia N9 may not be coming to the UK. The first -- and only -- phone to use doomed operating system MeeGo isn't crossing the channel to Blighty if early indications are to be believed.
Engadget says that Nokia has no plans to release the MeeGo-based device in the U.S., even though it cleared FCC hurdles.
Nokia has unveiled a surprise new addition to its range; the N9, its first MeeGo-powered smartphone, so we rushed over to Nokia HQ to take a few photos.
The device comes with a 3.9-inch AMOLED display and an 8-megapixel camera. According to Nokia, it will offer 16GB and 64GB versions that will ship later this year.
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The Nokia N9 won't be coming to the UK, according to a statement from Nokia. Neither will the MeeGo-toting mobile make it to the US.
The Nokia N9 has been given an ETA of 15 September by Orange Switzerland, which could mean a similar UK launch date for the MeeGo-powered mobile.