Today, Nokia launched their new TV ad centred to promote their up coming Nokia N8. Highlights of the TV ad is their new slogan “It’s not technology, it’s what you do with it.” were they compiled different projects around the world which uses the Nokia devices. So get ready be amazed with these incredible use of technology from LOLing N82 robot and N900 graffiti light hack to flying choppers and charging your Nokia N8 with hamster. Video after the break
Almost 3 years when the Nokia N82 was announced and now this coming summer the new camera flagship successor, N8, will be available for everyone who is looking an option to forget their compact cameras. The question is the Nokia N8 willl be the next N82 alike and akin to its history? Let’s shovel on some of the few points and compare the both device in terms of their specifications and how’d Nokia N8 differs to N82?
If you want uninstall multiple apps on a S60 device you can do it only one after the other, not several at once. This is without a doubt a pain and takes some time. With BatchUninstall, developed by Think Change, you can uninstall multiple application at once. You just need to select all apps you want to uninstall and click ‘Delete Selected’. Batch Uninstall works on all S60 5th and 3rd edition devices.
The Nokia N95, the Nokia N82 as well as the Nokia N95 8GB, all received a new firmware and have been updated to version 35. Unfortunately, we cannot report any changes at the moment but we try our best to get a changelog as soon as possible. Unlike all current Nokias the N95 and the N95 8GB do not feature UDP so that you need to backup all your data before updating the device. The N82 however, comes with UDP so that a back up isn’t needed. In order to upadte your phone use the Nokia Software Updater. Here the exact name of each firmware is:
Nokia N95 v35.0.02
Nokia N95 8GB 35.0.01
Nokia N82 v35.0.002
Skype have finally launched an official Skype application for S60 3rd Edition. The limited beta application runs on all S60 3rd Edition devices and can be downloaded here.
Just like the desktop version if you can call your sykpe contacts, write IMs, sent files and much more. It looks and works pretty good. Skype for Symbian works over Wifi or 3G data connection. We recommend having a unlimited data plan when using 3G connection.
Skype for Symbian supports:
- Free Skype-to-Skype calling
- Call phones with Skype credits or subscription
- Receive calls on your Online Number
- Instant Messaging
- Group conversations
- File sending and receiving