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German gaming outfit ROCCAT revealed Ryos gaming keyboard ahead of CES2013. Ryos, company’s first mechanical gaming keyboard with per-key lighting and up to two 32-bit ARM Cortex processors. This method of illumination allows the peripheral to show additional info, such as health stats, along with key functions and macros. SDK is also included, and also 2MB of internal flash storage and up to four Cherry MX key switches in a variety of colors. Ryos is expected to ship Q1 2013, but there’s not word about the pricing yet. Check out the full press release after the break.
Tonistechblog got the change to interview, Jukka Eklund, multi-talent in Finnish technology area. Jukka Eklund, humble man from Tampere, Finland, have had his fare share in Nokia boom as he worked in the company for years, and after Nokia figured out it’s new business strategy it was time for Jukka to look something else. He stayed in the field of technology and being more specific in the area of consulting and advising one of the most anticipated startup in Finland, Jolla. Read the full interview after the break.
Nokia (NOK) announced new mapping platform, Here, and company will be extend the service beyond Windows Phone platform. New Maps app Here will be available for iPhone and Android, and web based version for Mozilla’s Firefox OS sometime next year. The new Here app will offer turn-by-turn directions, public transportation information, and the app will be available for iPhone as soon as Apple approves the app. Company will also offer SDK for Android developers, allowing them to integrate the service into their apps.
New Here app platform combines both cloud and local-based date and rendering. Nokia also says that the Windows Phone version of the app will use up to 2.2GB of storage. It’s still unclear that does iPhone and Android apps use as much.