Archive for August, 2008
A while back, I wrote about a treasure hunt involving tickets to a nine inch nails concert. I didn’t get tickets that time, but a new opportunity arose the Friday before the show. On the morning of July 18, the nine inch nails google earth kml file was updated. 25 more question marks appeared on the map. I frantically gathered myself and figured out how I would try to get to the closest locations.
Eldar from Mobile Review wrote a review of the Nokia N85 (translated) already and I am determined to make this my next Nokia phone. He explained that the N85 is not copy of the Nokia N95 with just a few changes. Instead, the Nokia N85 is one of the first devices built on different, newer chipsets.
Three of my friends celebrated their birthday last Saturday and I’m glad Nokia 6220 Classic was with me to take pictures of the night. What really makes the 6220c worth mentioning, even though it is not an Nseries, is its xenon flash. This is my xenon test and impressions of the Nokia 6220 Classic’s camera.
The Nokia N85 was announced this morning and I’m surprised how this newcomer is forcing itself into the Nokia N96′s territory. The N96 is supposed to be the upgrade to the Nokia N95, according to product managers I spoke to, but it seems the lower-priced Nokia N85 is actually bringing more to the table. Read on for the top 5 reasons why the Nokia N85 is better than the Nokia N96.
Hey New York Nokia/S60 fans! There’s a party at the Nokia Flagship on the night of Sept 17th. There’s going to be food, drinks, people like you and of course cool new phones to play with. During the last Evening with S60 NY event, they gave away a Nokia N95 before it was generally released! I’m predicting a Nokia N96 giveaway this time? Who knows… better show up!
My latest discovery is Shazam iD, an application that gives you the title and artist of any song playing wherever you are. Your phone listens to a few seconds of the song, analyzes it, searches some database online, then shows the information all within a few seconds. I’m dumbfounded how it’s possible, but this really cool to show off!