Archive for December, 2008
My recent discovery is the Posterous service that lets you quickly blog with photos or videos by using email on the phone. I’ve been enjoying using the Nokia E71 with Posterous for the past couple of days. The E71′s camera isn’t great, but you can use it to quickly share images on the blog posts. However, I can think of one other device that will be more suitable for this service.
There are two phones that I use regularly but leave the house with only one that I think will serve me most for the day. They are the Nokia N85 and the Nokia E71. I can’t get rid of one because none of the two devices have everything that I want in a phone. If Nokia doesn’t mess up the Nokia N97, it will be the answer to my problem.
So you just got a new Nokia phone. We’ve got the first steps and recommendations for your new shiny toy, whether it is a gift from yourself or a loved one. If you’re a Nokia veteran, send a link to this post to the newbie on your holiday list.
Remember when the Nokia N93 revolutionized the mobile world by bringing near DVD video recording quality to a phone? Soon afterwards, most Nseries devices carried over the 640×480 resolution and 30 frames per second recording as a standard feature. Now that Youtube is “HD”, video bloggers will get curious with compact High-Def camcorders. Nokia needs to take advantage of this by bringing out an HD video phone.
The Nokia N97 Widget Competition is now live! You have until February 27th, 2009 to design a widget you want to appear on the Nokia N97. The winning widget designer will receive a Nokia N97 ahead of the public release, pre-installed with their homescreen widget. Of course, I already submitted mine!
I use Jaiku, Twitter, and Facebook to update other bloggers, friends, or family what I’m doing. The three services serve different purposes and audience for me, so I rarely update all statuses with the same information. However, there are some things I want to tell everyone about… like the time I popped the big question. Thanks to Ping.fm on my phone, I was able to announce my engagement.
Nokia Beta Labs announced today the official release of Nokia Messaging by taking Nokia Email out of beta. They included plenty of highlights for the release but excluded HTML support. I’ll stick to Profimail until they do, but at least they acknowledge that they are close to delivering that feature.
We’re not expecting the Nokia N97 until May, but Eldar from Mobile Review already comes out with the Nokia N97 review! It should be called a preview since the device is an early prototype, but who cares? I know I’m not the only one excited about this Qwerty-toting touch device from Nokia.
I already have Twitter, Jaiku, and Facebook. So why should I use Nokia’s Friend View? According to Nokia’s overview, it is a location and micro-blogging service that helps you stay in touch with your close friends. My problem with that is that my most of close friends don’t have Nokia handsets.
What I have today for you all is a small and simple guide with the help of which you can click better pictures. I have been using Nokia cameraphones to click some pictures worth displaying on my Phontography Blog and thus this month I will be doing a series of posts for the same. These are simple tricks, hacks or guides that will help you click exceptionally amazing pictures.