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Nokia Research Center has developed Indoor Navigator to provide precise indoor location information on a handset, without needing GPS.
Nokia's Principal Scientist at the Nokia Research Center in Cambridge uses a Nokia Lumia 710 to demonstrate the Nokia nanotechnology behind a Superhydrophobic stain-resistant phone that repels water like a lily pad.
Nokia Research Center has fueled the creation and development of the mobile industry we all enjoy today, and has contributed to a wide spectrum of ground-breaking innovations which have shaped the wireless world. This short retrospective showcases a few of the contributions coming from NRC, in a fun narrative with the people Nokia has spent decades connecting and inspiring.
Nokia HumanForm was created in a joint effort to translate the most promising new nanotechnologies into meaningful user experiences, in order to create real devices and set goals for future product portfolios.
This is the new Nokia GEM concept device. What if *every* part of your next phone was a touchscreen? Launched to coincide with the 25th Anniversary of Nokia Research Center, the Nokia GEM concept phone is the ultimate customizable device. Taking it's name from a polished precious stone, GEM can be admired from many sides. See the video to see how this concept could be used. 
GSM Arena was kind enough to stop by and take a video of NRC's hydrophobic nanocoating technology being developed at NRC Cambridge, UK.  For more of their impressions of NRC and Nokia World 2011, check out GSM Arena's blog here.
CNetTV posted a video of a Nokia Research Center prototype being demoed at Nokia World in London. The device is controlled by how it's flexed.
AMR-WB (Adaptive Multi-Rate Wideband) speech codec is a standard that was largely developed by Nokia Research Center. It is a speech codec, which means it captures your voice, compresses it and transmits it wirelessly over the network. Compared to earlier technologies, it can efficiently capture and transmit a much larger audio bandwidth, which makes your voice sound very natural on the other end.
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