Archive for Mark Guim
Nokia is flying me over from New York to Los Angeles next week, September 27th, for a mansion party for being a blogger! I didn’t want to announce this until everything is confirmed, but they sent the plane tickets and hotel confirmation yesterday. I think the party will be related to the announcement of the Nokia N95 8GB, Nokia N81, and the new music service. I can’t wait.
Change the themes on your Nokia S60 phones by checking Pizero Nokia Mobile Art. Change the look on your phone if you are tired from the default themes provided by Nokia. I’ll review their site, and openly share my suggestions how to make it better for us Nokia phone owners. In the end I like that the themes are good looking and free, but they need to tweak their site a little bit.
MarkTV, my attempt on videoblogging is going to a new address and a new name called, Nseries TV. It is not up yet, but it will be soon at http://nseries.tv. Nseries TV is a going to be a video blog using the latest Nseries devices from Nokia. For the last episode of MarkTV, I take my Nokia N95 to a New York City street fair.
I love Youtube. I also love my Nokia N95. So when I realized that there’s a Youtube mobile site ((http://m.youtube.com), I had to test it out on my N95 to see how the usage experience is. In the end, I think accessing the mobile site is better than going to the Video Centre application, but having a good experience also requires good broadband connection. Read the rest of my review.
It’s now even faster to edit and share videos from our phones to the internet thanks to iMovie ’08. In addition to Nokia having Nseries phones shooting videos at DVD-like quality at 30 frames per second and VGA size (640×480 pixels resolution), you can have good quality videos on the internet in a few minutes. For example is using my Nokia N95 for MarkTV episode 5.
After watching the Nokia N81 videos, pictures, and reading other people’s impressions from the Nokia Go Play event, I am sharing my initial thoughts on the new device. No, I have not held the N81 or played with it yet. I’ll write a review once I really have it in my hands. In the end, I think it’s perfect for anyone looking to carry a cool phone to show off, but power users like me will probably pass on it. Check out the rest of my opinion.
Follow me as I liveblog the Nokia Go Play Event.
I told you how to get ready for the Nokia Go Play event, and now I’ll tell you the what to expect in a few hours. These are all based on the itinerary I received for the virtual event Nokia has invited a few bloggers including myself. In short, it will be the Nokia N81, Nokia N95 8GB, music store, and NGage! Read on for the full schedule.