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Nokia today unveiled its latest generation of its multimedia range of mobile phones, the feature packed Nokia N97.
The Nokia N97 is often presented as been a serious Apple iPhone killer. It supports up to 48 GB of storage, including 32 GB of on-board memory, expandable with a 16 GB microSD card for music, media and more. This is complemented by music capabilities, full support for the Nokia Music Store and continuous playback time of up to 1.5 days. The Nokia N97 also has a 5-Megapixel camera with high-quality Carl Zeiss optics, 16:9 and DVD quality video capture, and support for services like Share on Ovi for immediate sharing over HSDPA and WLAN.
The Nokia N97 is expected to begin shipping in the first half of 2009 at an estimated retail price of 550 € before taxes or subsidies.
“From the desktop to the laptop and now to your pocket, the Nokia N97 is the most powerful, multi-sensory mobile computer in existence.” But is the Apple iPhone really only a collection of features?
As the first Google Android phones hit the market, a new Google application finds its way to the iPhone: Google Earth.
Google Earth for the iPhone obviously packs the power of its parent application. But it also makes good us of all of the iPhone resources, the multipoint touch screen, the GPS positioning system, the motion capture, making it a very slick application. The navigation in a 3D environment is really impressive.
Make sure high bandwidth is available as Google Earth is as data savvy as it is in its desktop version.
Gmail, Google Maps, now Google Earth, the boundary between the iPhone and Android based phones gets thinner everyday. In the end, who is the winner if not Google?
Needless to mention that Google Earth is available free of charge from the AppStore.
About one year ago, I already mentionned why I loved Fring. now Fring has recently released an official version (V18.104.22.168) for the iPhone 3G or the iPod Touch.
It installs in a snapshot and off you go… Once signed in, I recovered all my previous settings and contacts. When used for a call, you will be prompted which service to use for each call – Skype, SIP or Cellular in my case – could not be easier.
Mad about your iPhone? Here is a good way to spend a lot of time playing with its virtual keyboard: write posts on your WordPress blog. Install WordPress for iPhone now and off you go!
WordPress for iPhone is a free application available from the AppStore and installs very easily.
WordPress for iPhone supports the minimum requirements to efficiently post on your blog. Text, title, tags and categories are supported. WordPress for iPhone allows for posting on multiple blogs (wordpress.com hosted or not), supports local and remote drafts, allows preview of posts and, last but not the least, publishing of the posts.
You want to post what you see? Easy, take a picture, WordPress for iPhone allows for including photos available on your iPhone into your posts.
While WordPress for iPhone does not feature all the plug-ins available for WordPress, it provides a rather complete featureset for an efficient blogging on the go.
The only limitation may reside in your ability to write long posts using iPhone’s virtual keyboard, you will have to be patient.
While I have not tested Fring yet, I have no suitable WiFi phone but it should not last, I already love Fring !!!
Having a one-stop solution to my mobile phone, my landline-over-ADSL-with-low-rates-phone, my Skype phone nightmare is more than a dream.
In a couple of words, Fring is a piece of software designed to run on your mobile phone and that routes the transmission to the media available: standard mobile, mobile data (3G), WiFi and so on with regards to the dialed number in order to optimize the cost of the communication. Fring also support various IP based solutions such as Skype, MSN Messenger, ICQ, Google Talk and SIP. For sure mobile phone operators won’t like that. Running on one single device means that all my contacts’ information does not need to be replicated on various devices, what a relief!
It seems to like Symbian OS as numerous Nokia phones appear to be supported by now. Windows Mobile based devices is also an option but it crashed on my HP IPAQ nx2495… No doubt an iPhone version of Fring will come with time.
No business model is claimed by now. Advertising based operation or big player buyout?