Microsoft will be releasing Nokia 216 and Nokia 216 Dual Sim. I thought Microsoft will stop making another Nokia phones. But, aside from the fact that smartphones are getting more popularity, there is still a huge market. I’m thinking of getting this new phone — when it’s available in Indonesia. Its “up to 24 days […]
If you follow me on Twitter, you probably have heard that I involved in Darisini application. Basically, it’s an application (currently available for iOS devices and Android phones) that tries to help you to find some specific venues from a certain categories. You can go to Darisini’s website or read its blog. I would like […]
A Nokia Lumia 900 is put to the test of being hammered on with nails and more.
Nokia’s Lumia 800 Windows Phone matters more than you think — While there have been several Windows Phones with better hardware, the Lumia 800 will, for many, be the first must-have device on the platform.
Nokia N9 already has a built-in internet browser. It’s not the best, but it works. I like having some browsers for my Nokia N9, and currently I have Firefox Mobile and Opera Mobile installed. Both browsers (Firefox Mobile and Opera Mobile) are not available from Ovi Store. If you’re using Symbian for your Nokia, you […]
I love photography. After using some different cameras (DSLR and phone camera), I think this year I spend more time using mobile phone, not the DSLR. Sometime, I almost forgot that I still have Canon 450D. After having Nokia N9 in my hands, I wanted to test its camera features, just like what I did […]
After I had my Nokia N9 early this month, I setup my Twitter account first — after some basic phone settings, of course. Everything worked. The application is probably not the best, but it works. Is it problem-free app? I thought so, until I got a problem: I can’t connect to Twitter using this app. […]
Yesterday, I created a simple video about my Nokia N9. In this video you can see how the swipe works (switching between home screens — there are: Events, Applications, and Open Applications). You can also watch the User Interface. Do you think it’s easy to use? I think it is.
I have been using Nokia N9 for about a week, and I would like to share a bit more about this phone. In my previous post, I posted about the unboxing photos. In short, I think this phone works for me and I’m comfortable with the features, speed, and more importantly to keep myself ‘connected’ […]
Nokia N9 is about a swipe. Go to swipe.nokia.com for features and design philosophy.
According to Strategy Analytics, Samsung is now the biggest smartphone dealer in the world. “Global smartphone shipments grew 44 percent annually to reach a record 117 million units in Q3 2011. Samsung shipped 28 million smartphones and overtook Apple to become the world’s largest smartphone vendor by volume with 24 percent market share. Samsung’s rise […]
Not exactly a Twitter client, but tool to manage social media accounts like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and more. When I created my first Twitter account in 2006, there weren’t any applications for desktop or mobile. But, it’s 2011 and the service grows so fast. It’s around one billion tweets sent per week (according to […]
I decided not to use it. I’m using about.me service to create my personal splash page. You can see mine at about.me/thomasarie. It looks good, and very useful to display multiple online profiles like Twitter, Facebook, or even Instagram. Everything works great. Few days ago, about.me users received an email informing about an offer to […]
I like taking photos using my iPhone 4 and send them to Instagram. At the same time, I also like Flickr. iPhone 4, Nokia N8, and Flickr should be a great combination. Both Instagram and Flickr have their good and bad. And, I think both services can not be compared. Each service has its own […]
I’m happy with my Nokia N8. For photo and video features, I don’t use many advanced techniques. And, I have some videos published at Dadio.TV using Nokia N8, so far I’m happy with the result. You can see more than 700 photos I took using Nokia N8 at Flickr. If you want to see an […]
From Ovi blog: You can see where you are on the map, thanks to HTML5 support for positioning You can find addresses, businesses and other places of interest, anywhere in the world You can get to know the places: all the essential information about a place are presented on one page (pictures, user reviews, popular […]
I just got a notification from Ovi Mail — it’s an email service provided by Nokia — telling that Ovi Mail is now using Yahoo! Mail technology. The email said: Ovi Mail is now officially “Powered by Yahoo!”. Users have access to significant improvements, including better social integration, improved contacts management, a more customizable experience, […]
I have been using Gravity for more than a year and so far, I find that this is the best Twitter client for Symbian. I have it installed on my Nokia 5800 XpressMusic and N8. Using Gravity, it’s easy to share photos directly to some photo sharing providers like Twitpic, yfrog, img.ly, or even Flickr. […]
Following Nokia Indonesia’s Eksismeter campaign, there is now Nokia Funaholic Icon Search. This is all about finding an icon for Nokia E5. This Funaholic Icon Search will find three real person that represents three characters: Antonio (the super exist), Daisy (the music lover) and Kareem (the super busy guy). The mechanism is similar with the […]
This firework photos might be not special. But, what makes it special (for me) is that it was captured using my Nokia N8 :D When I was working, I just run out to see it. Fired up my camera phone, adjust some settings in few seconds, press the camera shutter. Not bad for a first […]