Archive for Ninong Brown
Contributor Guian Bolisay also known as Ninong Brown regularly blogs at Ninong Brown. Guian works as a Nurse for a living and when not "saving lives", he's all about technology and such.
Mark (The Boss) and I went out last Saturday to go out and deliver some of our new Nokia E71 NAM from our store. Started early around 9 AM and we proceeded to go to the Poconos to shoot some guns at Sunset Hill shooting range. Also, I included a video of Mark and I briefly comparing the Nokia E71 to the Blackberry Curve in terms of looks and feel. Peep the videos after the hash brown.
Have you ever recorded a live video stream via Qik that you also wanted to upload on Facebook? Don’t want to have to download the video off the Qik website on your laptop or your phone? Can’t install the live player on your site? Well, upgrade to the new version and see what’s what. The streamed videos are now also accessible through the gallery. Autosave FTW!
It never ceases to amaze me the type of people who use and love their Nseries devices. Well, while on my lunch break, I was able to snap two quick pics of a very important if not “royal” person proclaiming their loyalty to Nokia. Get Knighted after the jump.
As we all know, the speed of light in a vacuum is 299,792,458 metres per second (as per wiki, lol). Well, have you ever wondered what the speed of dark is? Probably not, it’s not the most common thing to pop into one’s head. Well, I’ve actually got the speed for you, and believe it or not, it was captured with my Nokia N95-NAM! Go DARK after the jump
I know it’s a bit off topic, but I recently purchased Adobe’s new Elements for my Mac. However, I think a review is appropriate. Possessing a cameraphone like the Nokia N95 or the Nokia N82 that can take 5 megapixel pictures and not having a decent program to correct some of the “faults”, either by the user, phone, or situation, is unacceptable. Why shoot pictures without being able to make them even more beautiful? View more after the jump
Apparently, the Helio Ocean has been popping up on billboards across the greater NYC area promoting it’s 3G capabilities. Hmmm… it seems to me that using 3G on a phone these days are old. See more about Mark and my video opinion on Helio after the black hole.