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Canon Make Nokia Camera would be Great

Microsoft and Canon has announced a cross-licensing deal. This means that both companies are able to access and use each other’s patent portfolios of both.

Unfortunately, Microsoft and Canon did not specify the type of patent deal or anything that will be shared. But clearly digital imaging products and mobile consumer included in the deal.

Nokia, which is now its mobile division has been taken over by Microsoft, has been released several times by phone or smartphone camera technology more advanced than its competitors.

nokia camera canonOne of them is the Nokia Lumia 1020, a device with 41 megapixel resolution camera Pureview.

By agreement between Canon and Microsoft is not impossible in the future Lumia device will use sensors, lenses, and Canon’s image processor technology.

If it does happen, chances are the quality of the images produced by these devices can beat any iPhone or Android device.

Nokia usually uses artificial Carl Zeiss lens for superior smartphone. Also the sensor size is slightly larger than the sensor in a smartphone competitors.

There is also the possibility that such cooperation will be used to improve the performance of Microsoft Kinect sensor, or the output of the Canon digital camera that comes with the Windows operating system.

Compete with Apple, Nokia Patented ‘Interactive Bezel’

If Apple some time ago patented smart bezel‘, Nokia has patented what he called as interactive bezel‘. The concept of patents owned by both almost the same, which makes the bezel will not only beautify the outskirts of the gadget.

nokia lumiaBased on the description of the patent that was launched Uberizmo, interactive Bezel can detect touch and translate it into a specific function. This function is active only depend on what the device will be used for that.

For example, this bezel can be used to display the playback controls, camera button, volume etc., when the device is being held from the edge. It is not yet known whether Nokia will be buried this technology in new devices later.

February last, the U.S. patent agency approved technology Gesture and Touch Input Detection through the Force Sensingbelongs to Apple.

In this patent, Apple added four sensors embedded on touch screen devices like the iPhone and iPad. The sensors were placed at each end of the bezel.

The design was created to let users more comfortable holding their mobile device. Sensors in each corner of the bezel, reportedly will expand the coverage area of ​​the touch sensitive.

This sensor can detect the starting point and the movement of a touch, resulting in a more sophisticated multitouch gestures to control gadgets.

Nokia Official ‘The Tomb’ Symbian and MeeGo

Symbian operating system which used to be the life of Nokia, is now really totally dead. Similarly, MeeGo, Nokia OS project that worked with Intel, following the unfortunate fate of Symbian.

Along with the new year 2014, Nokia officially ended the trip two of the OS, with a total shut down access to developers so that it can no longer alter their application or register a new application.

nokiasymbian“We are officially closed. Thank you for the years that have passed,” the team writes Symbian Signed, which has been the support developer Symbian.

Thus, the support ends Nokia on Symbian and MeeGo has been completed. Now, the focus is entirely devoted to the Windows Phone operating system. No longer will a Nokia mobile phone that use the Symbian or MeeGo.

Nokia itself has purchased Microsoft worth $ 7.2 billion. Finalization of the acquisition process is expected to be completed early this year.