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According to the New York Times, Nokia is announcing N-Gage 2.0 at the Nokia Go Play event this Thursday. It will become a multiplayer gaming service that will work on its popular phones, most likely the Nseries devices. The new service will let users be able to play games against friends, sample, buy and recommend new games from their phones, and compete in large tournaments. Check out the videos to see how the new N-Gage service and the Next-Gen games look.
I think I have Nsyndrome and have pictures to show it. At first I couldn’t explain what I have, but I came across a website that explains it all. I’m relieved that I’m not the only one with this disease… or gift? Nsyndrome is when advanced mobile terminals grow onto the hands of their owners. Evidence of this phenomenon is pouring in from all over the world. Check out how my hands look like.
It looks like August 29th will be a big day for Nokia. We have a mysterious site counting down towards that day, which should relate to the Nokia Go Play event in London. Rumors are flying around that new devices and even new services will be introduced. If you’re a Nokia fanatic like me, you would want to know as much as possible what’s going on that day, especially if there are new phones. I’ll tell you what you can do to be in the know.
When the black Nokia N95 8GB hit the FCC this week, a sneak preview of the new multimedia appeared in the user guide. I never really paid attention to the multimedia menu in my phones, but the upcoming one seems more usable. I zoomed in on the new multimedia menu and took some guesses what the icons represented.
There’s a cool connection between the Nokia N81 and a mysterious upcoming movie codenamed Cloverfield. You’ve probably heard about the mysterious site for the Nokia N81, 070829.com already. For those who haven’t heard of Cloverfield, it is a monster movie coming out on January, 2008 from the same producer of popular TV show, Lost. How is the movie connected to the Nokia N81?
I’ll show you how you can tether or connect your laptop or computer to your Nokia phone for internet connection via bluetooth. This is useful for accessing the internet on your Mac if there are no accessible WiFis in your area. Using these instructions, I was able to write a blog post on a highway during a road trip while connected to my Nokia N95. Thanks to Jonathan Greene for pointing me to the right direction.
My friends and I were craving for some authentic cheesesteaks so we took a road trip from New York City to Philadelphia. Among the four of us, we had two Nokia N95s, an N93i, and a Nokia N80. The Nokia N93i became the favorite video tool, while the N95′s for pictures. We barely used the N80 (time to upgrade, G!). Now that I’m back in NYC, I combined our videos and photos and crammed them into a 3 minute video of our road trip. Check it out.
There’s a good time-wasting flash game at the Nokia N95 viral site, Jealous Computers that is well-hidden from the public. It was actually hard to find when I was tipped about it. The game is in the “Safety Tips” page, you have to click on a hidden area in order to access it. Check out the instructions to play the game.
I use MP3 Trimmer to create my ringtones for my Nokia N95 using a Mac. The latest phones now are capable of playing mp3′s as ringtones. While some people buy ringtones from websites or their carriers, I choose not to pay and do it myself. I’ll show you how to do it yourself using a pretty cool app called, MP3 Trimmer by deepNiner.