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Nokia E72 Optical Navikey Demo

Posted by jestin Monday, September 21, 2009 0 comments

Nokia E72 Optical Navikey

The Nokia E72 optical navikey gets demonstrated by the folk at fonearena. Check it out after the break…

The Nokia E72 comes to succees the E71. The smartphone boasts some nice features, such as a 5-megapixel camera, 3.5mm jack and fast 10.2Mbps HSDPA. It also has a compass and a new messaging application.


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screen protectors-nokia-01

There are many screen protectors available for iPhone and Nokia, one of them which are made by Martin Fields. They also cover an important number of devices in their catalogue thus having a choice for everybody(nearly :) ).

I managed to secure 3 packs for my reviews, all of which were nicely packaged:

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The Packaging is also very eco-friendly, stating in many places that their plastics are environment friendly and that all their printings are printed in Soy Ink.

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The protectors for the Nokia N97 and the Apple IPhone only protect the touch screens while the protector for the N78 covers the screen, keypad and also, quite surprisingly, the camera lens and flash:

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Also, I can assure you that the plastic film on the camera does not in any way affect the photo quality. The protector doesn’t affect outdoor visibility much since its completely transparent:

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The protector on the N78.

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On the Iphone 3G.

Available at the Martin Fields website: martinfields.com as from USD $16.99 for a single pack. It might not be the cheapest screen available but its worth a try since its washable and reusable.

All in all, the Martin Fields Screen Protector is a good, easy-to-apply and simple looking protector for phone. The phone 3 stars on 5, losing 2 stars due to its failure to endure scratches and its price.

Verdict: 50-50


• Very Easy To Apply

• Doesn’t affect screen view under light

• Thin

• Reusable

• Washable


• Not very scratch resistant

• Pricey

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The new Sony Ericsson motion activated headphones MH-907 gets reviewed by Mobile-Review. To read the review, click here (google translated)

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Arcanoid (TAITO) iPhone Gameplay

Arcanoid gameplay for the iPhone and iTouch. Available on app store for 5$


  • impressive volume: over 100 stages!
  • Branching level progression: blaze your own trail!
  • A mysterious story that reveals its secrets as play progresses!
  • Clever additions guaranteed to make long-time ARKANOID fans grin!
  • ARKANOID’s legendary boss battles! Strange enemies await your challenge!
  • Packed with many more attractive features!

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Sony Ericsson MH907   Motion Activated Headphones

Sony Ericsson MH907   Motion Activated Headphones

Today Sony Ericsson will “announce” their new motion activated headphones, The Sony Ericsson MH907. All you have to do to listen to your favorite music is to plug in the MH907 and the headset will automatically starts the music/radio. I will add some more info about the headset when Sony Ericsson has announced it later on today.


  • Weight: 25g
  • Size: 164cm
  • Avaible in Titan Chrome and Yellow/white


  • Acoustic Safety
  • Built-in microphone
  • High power handling capacity
  • Magnetically Shielded
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  • Motion activated call handling
  • Neodymium magnet units
  • One year limited warranty
  • Oxygen-free copper cord
  • Shirt clip
  • Sound blocking design
  • Stereo sound
  • Three size silicon ear buds
  • Works as FM antenna for phone

Update: You can find the Press Release after the break..

Update 2: Download the product fact sheet from here (pdf)

Escape the ordinary – listen to your favourite music and receive calls without touching a button with the Motion Activated Headphones MH907.

London, September 21st, 2009 – Sony Ericsson today unveils the world’s first ever motion activated headphones that sense the user. The clever MH907 headphones mean users simply plug in two earphones to start listening to music and pause by removing one earbud. To start listening again simply plug it back in. Do exactly the same to answer and end calls – simple as 1,2,3!

Sony Ericsson’s SensMe™ Control technology responds without a single press of a button, and with a Clear Audio experience users encounter superior sound on the move and enjoy their favourite music as it’s meant to be heard.

Sony Ericsson has created a humorous quirky film to demonstrate the product’s unique technology. Partnering with internationally renowned animator Kristofer Ström, the short film debuting today shows a cartoon character riding the bus and switching effortlessly between phone calls and listening to his favourite music. To see the film visit: www.sonyericsson.com/putyourearsincontrol

“With the MH907 consumers can pocket their phone but still stay connected all day, every day by simply plugging in or removing their earbuds – there is no need for a remote control or any buttons.” said Jacob Sten, Senior Vice President, SEMC Accessories. “At Sony Ericsson we think it is very important to listen to what our customer needs and introducing the world’s first ever motion activated headphones highlights our commitment to offer our customers a complete Communications Entertainment experience. The MH907 supports our realigned brand strategy, which aims to build a fun, playful and inclusive interaction with consumers.”

The Sony Ericsson Motion Activated Headphones MH907 at a glance

  • Colours: Yellow/White and Titan Chrome
  • Size: 164cm long
  • Weight: 25.32g

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Dow Jones Index names Nokia as worlds most sustainable technology company

Nokia is the world’s most sustainable technology company according to the 2009 -10 edition of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes that went live today. Already rated for several years as the leader within the Europe and Communications categories, this year Nokia was also chosen as “World Technology Supersector Leader” making it number one across the entire global technology sector.

The Dow Jones Indexes are globally respected rankings of how well the world’s leading corporations are integrating sustainability into their businesses. Selecting components from 2,500 companies in over 50 countries, the indexes are relied upon by leading institutional investors.

Commenting on the news, Rick Simonson, Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer, Nokia said, “Achieving the world number one slot across the entire global technology industry is a great achievement. It reflects the continued and strong commitment by Nokia employees to sustainable business practices. We remain committed to action in this area because acting responsibly is not only the right thing to do, it is also undoubtedly the best thing for our business.”

Nokia has been integrating environmental and sustainable activities into the way it does business for more than a decade and the company considers the environment in ALL of the devices it makes by reducing environmental impacts in packaging, energy consumption, materials and manufacturing processes, and recyclability.

Nokia works with a number of public sector bodies, NGOs and voluntary groups to harness the power of mobile technology to address environmental, social or economic issues. Some of its most recent projects include developing dedicated mobile software that is being used by health workers to help monitor and fight the outbreak of disease in Brazil, and using mobile devices and connections to delivers high quality educational materials to children in remote or unprivileged areas in Brazil, the Philippines, and South Africa.

Dow Jones Index names Nokia as worlds most sustainable technology company

As part of its climate change strategy, Nokia is constantly working on reducing energy consumption and increasing efficiency across its business. Some of its actions include reducing travel, investing in research and development of new technologies using renewable energy resources, and plans to increase the usage of green electricity which already accounts for 25% of all energy the company consumes.

The company has also built a network of energy efficient and environmentally sensitive offices and works across its network of suppliers to set and develop high environmental and social standards.

Nokia’s sustainability strategy has received growing external recognition. Earlier this year Nokia’s long standing commitment to environmental action was recognized at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona where the company received the GSMA’s first award for Outstanding Environmental Contribution. In August, Nokia was also chosen as India’s “Green Company of the Year” in the 10th Annual Voice and Data 100 Awards.

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Samsung OmniaPRO B7330

The folk at PhoneArena previews the Samaung OmniaPro B7330. The Samsung OmniaPRO B7330 has a 2.6″ color display and a full QWERTY keyboard on the front side. It runs on Windows Mobile 6.5 Standard and has Wi-Fi, 3.2-megapixel camera and UMTS/HSDPA support. Check out the video preview after the break.


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Pictures: Nokia N900 vs Nokia N97 Mini

Pictures: Nokia N900 vs Nokia N97 Mini

Here are some comparison pictures between the Nokia N900 and the Nokia N97 Mini. Enjoy!

Nokia N900 vs Nokia N97 Mini

Nokia N900 vs Nokia N97 Mini

[Thx Stefanos]

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iPhone: Stop app helps you fall asleep while listening to your favorite music iPhone: Stop app helps you fall asleep while listening to your favorite music

Stop is a new application for iPhone and iPod Touch available in ‘AppStore that, once installed, will allow you to set a time interval in which your playlist playback will automatically stop. This app is particularly suited for people that likes to fall asleep listening to their music. The app cost 1$ and you can download it from here (iTunes link)

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Steve Litchfield of All About Symbian is back with Episode 90 of the Phones Show. In this video, Steve takes a quick look at some new devices, and provides a very in-depth look at the HTC Hero. From software to hardware, Steve covers everything needed to persuade consumers to either pick one up, or wait for a successo

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Power to You Vodafones New Brand Add Campaign

After four years of it’s campaign “How are you?” Vodafone is to make a change to its marketing and brand campaign. The new campaign is to be headlined “Power to You”. Chief executive Vittorio Colao said “it is not the brand talking any more and telling the customer what to do…it is the customer who will decide, I am trying to steer the whole company in this direction”. Vodafone is due to launch a new suite of services to capitalise on the popularity of the mobile internet. Vodafone, one of the best loves brands with 315m customers is to aim its marketing of phones such as iPhone and Blackberry’s, where usage typically increases by 700%. The new initiative will take on Apple’s “app store” directly with customers being able to buy applications via content providers. Vodafone spends almost £600m a year on their advertising campaign. The new brand campaign will run for the next six weeks. Vodafone’s present sponsorship deal with the England cricket team is due to expire leaving only the Forumula One McLaren Mercedes team.


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Nokia N900 Brief Walkthrough and hands on

Here are two more hands-on videos of the Nokia N900. Enjoy!


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Matt unboxes the LG Crystal GD900 and has a quick look at the S-Class User Interface.

About LG GD900: The LG GD900 is a mobile phone in the slide form factor. The phone’s dimensions are: 105 x 52.5 x 13.4 mm. The device is designed to operate on the following networks: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. The LG GD900 has a 8 MP camera, GPRS Class 12 (4+1/3+2/2+3/1+4 slots), 32 -- 48 kbps, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, USB, WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, T9.

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