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Nokia Photo Transfer lets you connect your Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 device with your Mac OS computer, and transfer photos and videos between the two. It supports special types of photos and videos taken with SmartShoot, Cinemagraph, Nokia Smart Camera, or Nokia Pro Camera. Check out the demo with my Nokia Lumia 1020.
Here’s the Nokia 105, the most affordable Nokia phone to date at a recommended price of EUR 15 unlocked and unsubsidized. The Nokia 105 is ideal for the first-time phone buyer.
Finnish geek Toni Nikkanen shared on video that it’s possible to put Mac OS X 10.3 on the Nokia N900, although uselessly slow. It took 2 hours to boot up! I don’t know about you, but I’m not patient enough to use an old OS not built for a mobile device. Nevertheless, the project was just for fun to claim the title of making the N900 the first smartphone ever to run a full version of OS X.
There is a jar next to my Mac, so far with 62 euros, waiting for Nokia to grab it from me somewhere around April. I’m confident that I’ll raise the money for the Nokia N97 – but is Nokia confident that it will be able to separate me from my 550 EUR?
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
The Nokia N82 firmware was updated today to version 11.0.117. The changelog shows nothing significant, but I was surprised that even when I backed up all my installed applications and contacts, no data was lost after the update. Previously, I had to reinstall everything. The Nokia N82 was updated on my Mac using VMware Fusion running Windows XP.
Hooray for Mac and Nokia users! We can now try out Device Status from Nokia Beta Labs. It is a self-diagnosis tool that allows you to collect detailed information of S60 device. I did not want to install it before because it was only available in a .exe Windows file format, meaning I had to run Windows XP on my Mac. It is now available as a .sis file where we can simply bluetooth it over to our phone and install.