Symbian is still ahead in Europe

13. September 2010 at 16:31

symbian_logo_duck-250x300The latest comScore breakdowns of smartphones this July 2010 stats in EU5 was released. Mainly EU5 is composed of UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain countries where most percentage of smartphone users resides here. With each country, they gathered the results of smartphone OS usage from their respondents and compared it with the US stats. And basing on the results we’ve seen

Guide: Connect To Xbox Live & PSN via a Nokia Phone

23. March 2010 at 16:22

Mobile Phones and Mobile Broadband are very similar things – they run on “mobile signals” and the newer phones try to connect to 3G Data services when making calls and browsing the internet on the phone, which is the same data service that Mobile Broadband users use.

Now you might be thinking “whats that got to do with gaming”, however you can easily use your
Mobile Phone (or even a USB Mobile Broadband dongle) to connect to Xbox live and Playstation
Network, and with that i have made an easy, but effective guide on how to use a Nokia Handset, Nokia PC/OVI Suite software and a Computer to get an Xbox 360 connected to Xbox Live AND a Playstation 3 connected to the Playstation Network – it seems impossible, but it works and the best part about it – it works rather well.

The Atomic Pico Bluetooth Dongle Review

1. November 2009 at 15:08

Going a little off topic, I wanted to take a look at some connectivity tools and the best solutions out there. Connecting your device to a PC or laptop is an essential aspect for mobile users, whether its to back up your data, or simply send content to or from your PC. Most computers offer built in bluetooth technologies, however its usually at an extra cost or in a higher spec model, which again means more cost. So the other option is to buy a USB bluetooth adapter or dongle to enable this connectivity measure on your computer.

The Nokia Booklet 3G now exclusively on sale at Germany’s O2 stores

29. October 2009 at 15:58

The Nokia Booklet 3G is now exclusively available at Germany’s O2 stores for €249 on a €20 per month tariff over 24 months. So if your in the market or just have to get your hands on one, then you better hurry to your nearest O2 store now. Just to recap, powered by the efficient Intel Atom processor, the Nokia Booklet 3G delivers impressive performance with up to 12 hours of battery life, enabling people to leave their power cable behind and still be connected. Delivering the rich experience of a full-function PC inside an ultra-portable aluminum chassis, the new mini-laptop weighs 1.25 kilograms, measures slightly more than two centimeters thin, and is fully integrated with the Ovi services.

Nokia Booklet 3G hits BestBuy stores for $299.99 in time for the holidays

14. October 2009 at 12:51

We were only just recently informed that the Nokia Booklet 3G will be available in German from 22nd October, and today we can confirm that the US will also be receiving their Booklets before the end of the month. The prices for an unlocked and sim free Booklet is around $599 before subsidies. However At&T will be offering the device on a two year $60 a month tariff, with a unit price of just $299, and will be sold exclusively at BestBuy. Check out the official press release after the jump.