Nokia gives mobile software new life

Nokia has unveiled a new PC version of its cell phone storage and blogging solution called Nokia Lifeblog 2.0 at the CeBit trade show in Hanover, Germany.

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By  Cleona Godinho Published  March 12, 2006

Nokia has unveiled a new PC version of its cell phone storage and blogging solution called Nokia Lifeblog 2.0 at the CeBit trade show in Hanover, Germany. New features include the ability to add audio notes, calendar entries and location information to a diary entry. Nokia reckons these new tags make it easier for users to locate certain photos or videos on their PC or mobile phone. As with previous versions of Lifeblog, users can create a full multimedia diary containing photos, videos clips and messages, and store these items in a timeline format. Users can also upload their diary entries or blogs to compatible blogging services such as Six Apart’s Typepad. According to Nokia, software on the phone detects photos and videos as soon as they are taken and then looks for certain information (such as the location or time) to attach to the photo as a tag. Users who wish to try Nokia’s new Lifeblog PC software can download it for free from www.nokia.com/lifeblog. Meanwhile, the mobile phone version of the software - which is only compatible with Nokia Nseries devices - is expected to become available for download from the end of April. Last week, Sony Ericsson introduced two new mobile phones - the Cyber-shot K790 and K800 - both of which include support for Google's popular Blogger tool.

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