Bat_Man Garmin has figured out a good recipe to make good margins off of selling GPS devices so can Here or anybody else that may own Here. Of course it's not simple but owing the best offline maps worldwide is a great start.
It takes time to transform a companies operation like Here from auto and mobile to many other devices if that is even the path that they take. We really don't know so I'm guessing based on managements words about stealth product. Don't be so obtuse you're cutting yourself short. And yes they can absolutely make billions off of GPS devices in due time if that is their plan, and I would hope they consider it.
To me it's comparable to Garmin. Here heading towards that path of Garmin. Garmin has a market cap of 11 billion. But Here has much greater potential than Garmin. All the hard work is already being done, now its time to sell Here products all over. Remember Here works offline all over the world no other competitor does. This explains new job opening.
No game. I'm investor just like you with a different view. I'm interested in buying Sprint if price continues to drop. I'm pointing out existing issues in my honest opinion that's all. Sprint pps will rise or fall independent of what I say.
Yup. But according to most posters on this board, Sprint is the best and everybody lies. But the real deal is in the amount of dropped called. Mucho no good. I believe Sprint will improve its networks especially if they use Nokia Networks to help which is very likely because of the good relationship between Nokia and Son in the past. But it's a long hard road from here.
Exactly. And sale of Nextel Chile is a good start towards resolution. Still some time left for possible merger. 172 million float is relatively small.
Welcome back fr3nchmodel. The rock on this message board you have been missed but not forgotten. Hope all is well. Ask and you shall receive. Faith larger than a mustard seed will move mountains. May the Lords blessings be upon you and your family all of your days.
I too have shopped at Pelham store, I agree to many employees but it's a huge store to keep clean so maybe that is why they have so many employees. I like the store but it's definitely expensive if you're not aware of specials and sales. I prefer my wife to shop at Trader Joe's instead much better prices and very good quality products. Maybe the stores are just to big.
That's good news especially for bond holders. Still don't know what direction they're headed but that's a good sale at the right time, more sales coming.
Yes. But the sale is good news especially for bond holders. Still to early to tell what direction they're going but small breathe of air will lead to more.
Hemp and so many uses. This morning my wife served me a bowl of walnuts and hus hemp seeds. She bought it a Whole Foods, it was crunchy like granola and mixed with other nuts but it looked liked dried rounded buds and it tasted pretty good.
No. But maybe they can sell them back to Nokia for dirt cheap. Unfortunately if your not the company that actually spent the money and the hard work on R&D you will no longer benefit. Thieves are getting brazen and getting away with what ever they can and I do believe that's its wrong no matter how those patents are obtained but Google is as tough of a fight as any company will ever face.
I Agree. Don't put good money against bad money.
But I'm holding until the ship goes completely underwater. I'm talking on water at a fast pace but maybe rescue boat comes for some of us, I have until April or maybe longer to drown. Or any day now NII Holding's management throws me an anchor instead of a life vest. Who will ever do business or hire any of NII Management team if they screw everybody again? Did they load their pockets with enough cash to retire? Actions speak louder than words and the world goes around full circle for everyone more than once. I'm okay with my mistake just another example as to how dangerous the stock market is.
That's good news mixed with bad news. If Putin starts a war its no good but no matter what the outcome Putin's Army will need communication now and during any possible continued confrontations/killings and definitely afterwards. Didn't Nokia's start to get into mobile phones with them building two way radios for Russia's and other Armies a very long time ago? This could go either way but it looks like Nokia Networks will benefit nicely. Lets hope and Faith no War.
Turning heat and vibrations into usable energy
Even though the technology is different, the general strategy of using ambient sources of energy to charge something is reminiscent of a common tactic used by electric vehicle manufacturers like Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA). To extend battery life, electric vehicles use heat generated by the car’s brakes to recharge, which is why you get such better performance in cities compared to the open highway (the opposite of internal combustion engines). As scientists get better at turning heat and vibrations into usable energy, we may find that more and more of our gadgets become truly cordless. It’s not the sort of thing that scales very well, so it’s not a solution to large energy use issues, but it should make tech a lot more convenient.
Nokia and London-based researchers have developed a coating that use vibrations, including your voice, to charge your smartphone
A group of Queen Mary University of London researchers have been working with Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) to develop a way to find a way to extend smartphone battery lives by recharging them on the go, turning your voice (and other vibrations) into an electric current. The trick is to coat the phones with zinc oxide nanorods connected to the battery with nanowires.
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“When this surface is squashed or bent, the nanorods then generate a high voltage. This means they respond to vibration and movement created by everyday sound e.g. our voices. If you then put electrical contacts on both sides of the rods you can use the voltage they generate to charge a phone,” say the researchers, reports Jay McGregor at Forbes.
New tech could be a big hit for Nokia
Handset manufacturers have improved battery capacity and chip efficiency, but some applications can still drain your battery at alarming speed. If Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) (BIT:NOK1V) (HEL:NOK1V) manages to develop a smartphone that never has to be plugged in, that could be an absolute game changer. But even if they don’t get all the way there, just finding a way to extend battery life would have enormous appeal. If people could pay a small premium to double their battery life with the special nano-coating, it seems like that would be an immediate hit.
Assuming Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) (BIT:NOK1V) (HEL:NOK1V) owns all of the intellectual property (which seems reasonable, but isn’t obvious from what’s been announced) they could bring in a lot of extra revenue by licensing the technology to smartphone manufacturers (Nokia and London-based researchers have developed a coating that use vibrations, including your voice, to charge your smartphone