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The China phone maker, haff-comm presents the current United States president, Barack Obama in their Blockberry 9500 advertisement poster with a slogan “Obama have Blackberry, I have blockberry”. Blockberry is based on Huawei K3, Blockberry 9500 runs windows Mobile 6.1, with a 460MHZ proccessor, and features a 3.2 inch touchscreen, WIFI and bluetooth connectivity,Sirf III GPS navigation and supports 3G and EDGE network.


Running iPod / iPhone OS on Mac Pro + 24″ multitouch. 24 inch multitouch capability monity with acceleromters built-in? This video is probably fake. But nice idea anyway. lol…

Following the news like Sony Ericsson announcing C901 GreenHeart™, Naite, MH300 GreenHeart™ and Nokia’s ambient radio waves power recharge development, Samsung has launched an affordable solar powered mobile phone, Guru E1107 in India. Solar Guru will be known as Crest Solar in other regions. Now we see large phone manufacturers are environmental awarded trying to find better resources to our beloved Earth.

The Crest Solar won’t be looked upon for its features but rather for its solar charging prowess, which for 1 hour of solar charging can give around 5-10 minutes of talk time. It supports dual GSM bands (900/1800MHz) and includes a 1.52-inches 65K CSTN screen, FM Radio, MP3 ringtones, torch, Mobile Tracker, Fake Call and a 800mAh battery.

Apart from India, Solar Guru will also be launched in June in Europe, Southeast Asia, Southwest Asia and Latin America.

It will go for just Rs. 2,799 ($59).

Source: Samsung Hub

This is a very cool python application where a ball moving 1D, 2D or 3D inside your Symbian phone. Almost everything are customizable, such as 1D, 2D and 3D and even the effective rate of the ball rebound!

Watch the video how it works.

Tools you need:

  • N95AccelerometerPlugin
  • PythonForS60 1.4.5
  • aXYZ
  • MISO

Download everything here!

The AccelBall 3D author claims that it only works on N93/N95/N95 8GB. I’ve installed AccelBall on my N82. It works fine but just a tiny sign of lagging and no vibration feedback. Might be the problem of MISO. Overall, it is a very cool application. Kudos to MitchS60!

The highly anticipated Nokia N97, Nokia’s flagship mobile computer, will begin selling in June in more than 75 countries. Along with a tilting 3.5″ touch display, QWERTY keyboard and a fully customizable home screen, the Nokia N97 will offer instant access to the full range of Ovi services.

“The Nokia N97 is an important step towards our vision of delivering a highly personalized Internet experience,” said Jonas Geust, Vice President and head of Nokia Nseries. “Fuelled by a multitude of music, maps, games, media and applications via Ovi, the Nokia N97 transforms the Internet into an experience that’s completely tailored to the tastes and interests of its owner.”

The Nokia N97 is Nokia’s first device to feature a personalizable home screen, which can be customized with a range of widgets which bring live information directly to the device. These widgets include key social networking destinations like Facebook and Hi5, news services like the Associated Press, Bloomberg and Reuters, as well as shopping and weather information. The Nokia N97 is the first device to ship with the Ovi Store, which offers easy access to applications, games, videos, podcasts, productivity tools, web and location-based services, and much more. Ovi Store has paid and free content from a range of global and local content providers and developers, including Paramount Pictures, Facebook and Qik, as well as a selection of Twitter applications.

Enjoy your upgrades
The beauty of this Nokia device is that taking it out of the box is just the beginning. As with any computer, people can constantly improve and refresh their Nokia N97 with new features, functions and fixes so they can do even more with the device. An exciting roadmap of new features and functions is planned to roll out in the second half of 2009.

Entertainment ensured
The Nokia N97 also has direct access to the huge catalogue of music in the Nokia Music Store. With multiple high-speed connectivity options and 32GB of storage (up to 48GB using a microSD card) it is possible to directly download and store tens of thousands of songs on the handset. And you can listen to your favourite music on the Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-905, which Nokia also launched today. This headset brings crystal clear sound, eliminates background noise, and is the ideal accessory for listening to music and making calls on the Nokia N97, as well as being compatible with a diverse range of other mobile and music devices.

High-quality images and video clips at 30 frames per second (fps) can be captured using the 5 megapixel camera with integrated Carl Zeiss optics. Images can also be geo-tagged to specific locations and shared instantly with friends or uploaded online via Ovi Share, Twitter or Flickr.

The Nokia N97 being assembled at the factory

A full list of Nokia N97 features is available at http://2009.nseries.com/
The Nokia N97 press page: http://www.nokia.com/press/n97
Compatibility with the aforementioned services may be limited to certain countries.

Source: Nokia Press

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