If the online reports are right, the Nokia 710 will shortly have an even cheaper, even simpler little Windows Phone brother. We'll know for sure before very long, with Nokia's MWC keynote due to take place in the early hours of Wednesday morning (Australian time), but over the weekend pictures of the purported Nokia Lumia 610 hit the web, along with suggested specifications. It's a phone destined for the Indian market, so the rumours go, with a three megapixel camera, 3.2 inch display, 256MB RAM and the 'Tango' version of Windows Phone 7. Certainly not a killer phone, then, but perhaps one that can address the genuine low end smartphone market that's awash with cheap Android handsets. [Twitter via The Verge]
Nokia's Lumia 610 Is The Latest MWC Leak
Trending Stories Right Now
What separates Tesla, at least according to the marketing copy, from every other car company is this: It’s not driven by a desire for profit, but by a mission to save the planet from climate change by electrifying our cars. But what’s it like to live that mission every day if you’re a rank-and-file Tesla worker, or even an executive who reports to Elon Musk? The answer is apparently not great, and it’s gotten even worse over the past year.
Last year, I was trying to solve a mystery. Facebook’s “People You May Know” tool was outing sex workers’ real identities to their clients, and vice versa, and I was trying to figure out how. A sex worker using the pseudonym Leila told me she had gone to great lengths to hide her identity from clients by using an alternate name, alternate email address, and burner phone number—contact information she didn’t provide to Facebook—yet Facebook was still inextricably linking her with her clients, suggesting them to her real-name account as people she might want to friend.