Battle of the Sexiest: Nokia N8 vs E7 vs HTC Desire S

29. April 2011 at 17:57

Nokia is definitely one of the best mobile manufacturer company to produce excellent hardware designs. Like on their Nokia N8 which has the anodized aluminum casing and the E7 that is very solid in terms of looks and feel. But how do they look when we compare them to other devices? Would they still outshine the other hot devices in the market? Well, let’s see on the battle of the sexiest!

Apple iPhone 4 vs. Nokia N8, HTC Evo 4G and Co.

8. June 2010 at 14:36

Engadget put together a nice table comparing the specifications of the new Apple iPhone 4, HTC Evo 4G, Nokia N8, Palm Pre Plus and the HTC HD2.  The N8 scores 10 out of 19 points. Take a look and tell us which device is your favorite.

Apple iPhone 4, Nokia N8, HTC Evo 4G

A few thoughts on Symbian and the Nokia N97

31. March 2010 at 21:59

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At the moment I am an owner of a Nokia N97. I have been a Nokia user for many years and among other handsets, I owned an N95 with which I was very pleased actually. When I received the N97, I felt the N97 to be an improvement nevertheless.

Sadly, my N97 has continuous stability problems and it just doesn’t seem to work, although it was in repair two times now. This seems not to be a general N97-issue. In this particular case, there seems to be a hardware defect somewhere deep inside the device and the Nokia Care Point just isn’t able to locate it.

I took this for a reason to take a look around and check out the hot and new devices on the market:

CeBIT 2009: Nokia, Samsung, LG, Blackberry, Android and more

10. March 2009 at 16:46

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Last Saturday I’ve been at the CeBIT, the world largest IT exhibition. However, again, this year less exhibitors showed their products and again less mobile related products were shown too. Anyway, hall 26, which was full of mobile phones three years ago, had some ‘interesting’ stuff.

Vopium: Save upto 90% on international calls and international SMS

11. February 2009 at 22:41

Today I came across a new service called Vopium. Vopium reduces the costs of your international calls and international SMS. However, how does it work and is it really useful? Read more to get the answer.

How it works:

Vopium is free, there are no monthly fee, no call set-up charges, no hidden fees. When you make an international call, Vopium re-routes your call as a local call to a Vopium gateway and then via premium global traffic carriers to ensure top-notch voice quality. All you need to pay is your mobile provider for a local call and Vopium for the international add-on.