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Want the latest news? Look to your hand. With the Nokia N96 you can create the news from the palm of your hand. Capture a moment. Capture a story. Capture the world's attention. Record an event and share it instantly. Upload your footage and write in your blog. Then geo-tag your 5MP photos with in-built A-GPS & Nokia Maps. Tonight, the news will be created by...you.For a closer look at the N96, click here.


So you've worked out the GPS. Found your way home. Now what? Use the Nokia Vine application on your Nokia N96 to upload your journey and view it online. By tracking your travel route using its pre-installed GPS, the clever little N96 listens for any pictures, videos or music you snap and listen to along the way, geo-tagging them as you go. You can choose which media you'd like to keep and embed your journey on a blog post, memory card or even a social networking page. It's your trip, you decide.

Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.

One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.


Getting lost has never been more difficult. Like earlier mobiles in Nokia's Nseries range, the new Nokia N96 includes a built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS. Unlike its predecessors, the latest smartphone from the Finnish brand allows you to search for addresses through the preinstalled Maps 2.0 application, has onboard Australian and NZ maps and 3 months trial of the voice guided turn-by-turn navigation.

In the spirit of "the web made by hand" you can also save all of your favourite spots in the MyPlaces directory and share them with the world.


Way back in April our fellow warriors in all things tech over at Gizmodo told us about Nokia's long-anticipated attempt to take on iTunes' world domination with the opening of the Nokia Music Store. While the review of the store wasn't exactly favourable, the latest version of Nokia Music is a PC-based application, solving a lot of those browser issues. And now it seems we'll all get a whole new chance to give the store a go. But this time via the new Nokia N96.


Yeah, yeah, we know. All phones now have cameras in them- well the ones that are smaller than a brick, anyway. But the camera built into the Nokia N96 is, pardon the pun, pretty flash. All the best features of the N95 model camera are there; the 5 megapixel Carl Zeiss designed Optics, glass lens and DVD-quality video, now enhanced by a dual-LED flash and built in accelerometer, which automatically switches the image to widescreen depending on how the phone is held.


Soon Xbox and Nintendo will be a thing of the past. Since the intro of Snake back in the late nineties, mobile gaming has been the flagship for Nokia. And now, thanks to the mobile giant's latest gaming platform, N-Gage- available on your N96 mobile-, the best games from the world's top publishers are within your grasp- literally.


Don't wait up for Little Britain to hit our late-night screens. Download it and watch it all on your mobile. The new Nokia 96 offers users the choice of downloading a whole series of one of four BBC TV classics, including Walking with Dinosaurs, Little Britain, The Catherine Tate Show and Yes, Minister.


You can get handmade suits. Handmade cars. There's even handmade Japanese marble mazes. Now, thanks to the new Nokia N96, the web can now be handmade, as well.