For the gadget-happy athletes, the comparison of Garmin Forerunner 405CX and Polar RS800CX.
This blogger suggested Nokia wouldn’t make navigation free for E71. Now they did a good job in doing just that! Download it now for E71 and E66.
Follow this easy guide to make nearly free international calls from your mobile telephone.
Why Nokia will not offer free Ovi Maps navigation for Nokia E71 and other Nokia phones.
Here a quick list of installed worthwhile apps which I need to reinstall upon E7¹reinstall: – shozu (social networks): http://www.shozu.com – gravity (twitter): http://mobileways.de/products/gravity/gravity/ – google maps: http://m.google.com – nokia sportstracker: http://sportstracker.nokia.com/nts/main/download.do – nimbuzz (im): http://nimbuzz.com/ – mail for exchange: http://www.businesssoftware.nokia.com/mail_for_exchange_downloads.php – totalrecall: http://www.killermobile.com/newsite/content/view/40/82/ – sms preview: http://get.smspreview.mobi – flixwagon: http://www.flixwagon.com/ – qik – Enterprise One (Seven) theme for E71 …
Gravity rules as king, but as in all stories involving a king you usually also have someone out to get the king’s crown and the kingdom of S60-Twitterers. Here comes Twittix!
In this series of blogposts I’ll be helping out with the question: “What’s the best Twitter client for MY E71/S60?”. Here at first is GRAVITY!
Take your Google spreadsheets with you and edit them on the go.
Many Nokia users will recognize the Nokia Sports Tracker applicaton – especially popular with Nokia users with GPS-enabled phones. In fact Nokia has taken this great little application and added integration between the Polar Wearlink Belt for Nokia and the Nokia N79, so training freaks can now be 100% mobile with their phone while training: listen to music, receive calls, …
Podcasts seem to have become the next big thing for people on the go (meaning anyone), for large organisations who want to market themselves externally or internally, for educational institutions and for radio stations and others who are stakeholders in some form of media. For a while now I’ve using podcasts to stay updated with what happens in the industry …
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