Piel Frama offers a good looking handmade leather case for the smartest mobile phone Nokia N900. It’s excellent option as a Christmas or New Year gift. The price of that case is €50 including worldwide shipping.
Looks like French company SFR is gonna to release a competitor of Nokia N810. Its new device sports an 800 x 480 touchscreen display, an 800MHz Atom CPU, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of flash memory, Bluetooth, WiFi, a VGA webcam, 3 megapixel camera, and a keyboard. The biggest advantage of that device is 3G connectivity. You should pay €19.90 or €24.90 per month and get unlimited data.
The SRF MID is run Linux and will sell for €249 (€349 with a €100 rebate). There is no any information about date of its release.
When I got Nokia E65 last year I faced with strange problem. After alarm was triggered the navigation buttons (including Own key were disabled). To make them work the phone should be restarted. Recently I found solution to solve that (thanks to forum on allnokia.ru). Using Tracker – advanced and fully customizable desktop application we reassign navigation buttons to the same actions. After that all buttons work correctly till Tracker is run.
Sure it isn’t a perfect solution but at least it works 🙂
For all who miss WinXP on their Nokia 770, N800 or N810 the new WinXP theme can be interesting. The development just started. But you already can get a debian package here.
Belkin recently announced its new N+ Wireless Router with very interesting feature. It allows to connect external USB drive to use it as NAS. The router supports draft 802.11n 2.0 which increase wireless data transfer significantly. Additionally it’s equiped with gigabit Ethernet ports for reliable high speed wired connections and download Speedometer bar for measurement of the download speed of your network.
The Belkin’s N+ Wireless Router will be available next month at just $119.99! Good price for such kind of devices.
Yesterday a Fring for iPhone was pre-released. It brought VoIP over WiFi and IM functionality to stylish and power Apple’s smartphone. Now all iPhone owners will be able to use Skype, MSN, Google Talk, ICQ, Twitter, Yahoo! & AIM ob their devices.
I use Fring on my Nokia E65 a few months. It’s really nice and useful. Sure, there is a native Gizmo application for S60. But Fring offers much more features.
[via Zatz Not Funny!]