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Nokia 808 PureView – The History In The Making

Yesterday we’ve been to the Nokia 808 PureView workshop in Mumbai at Taj Lands End, Bandra. It was held by the Head of Symbian Product Marketing, Vesa Jutila. The workshop was obvious as it might go. The workshop started off a little slowly and late. We, right there in the middle of the auditorium, were […]

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ClipBook – Clipboard Manager For Symbian

Have you ever wanted an app to manage lines of text copied, arranged and to be used later on your Symbian phone? Well, here’s a solution; ‘ClipBook‘ – a clipboard manager app for Symbian Phones, developed by Ananda Bibek.   One can usually access only the last item copied on the phone to paste and […]

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Nokia 701 Review – Belle Is Pretty, And Fast On The 1 GHz Processor

Remember the Nokia C7? Of course you do. It was one of the first four new Symbian devices that Nokia launched. Besides the E7, C6-01 and N8, it was launched in 2010, and came with a 680 MHz processor, which, although good enough, could be found panting every now and then. Those specs were just […]

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Sneak Peek In To Twabbit – A Twitter Client For Windows Phone

Creativity is a trait which sees no bound. Ideas flows in all three dimensions upto infinite limits and then some of them materialises and take some shape/form etc. But, one of the emerging Mobile platform aka Windows Mango has forced developers to follow certain strict guidelines to create applications. They have a full fledged wired […]

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Galaxy Note Review Part 1: Hardware

The Samsung Galaxy Note is a love or hate affair and that stems from one part of it mostly, the size. Coming with a screen size of 5.3″ the Note is definately having an identity crisis. Phone Or tablet? I call it a PhoTab since I have found it is really a balance of the […]


Sneak Peek into Twabbit – the upcoming Twitter client for WP7

 Another twitter app? WP7 marketplace already has many clients like Rowi, Mehdoh, Seesmic, Pergerine, TweetCaster, TweetIt! etc. But it still lacks a perfect twitter client. Something like Gravity for Symbian and Plume/Twicca for Android. Twabbit begs to be different. It is very far from being perfect, but can do a lot of tricks which many mature apps […]

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Memories – An Intelligent Photo Browser

Memories is a click-wheel styled photo browsing app for Symbian smartphones, developed in [Qt] by FluidInteraction (who also developed – Different Tack). This photo browser learns the frequently viewed photo and automatically adds it to the favorites for easy access in a smooth UI. Memories – a photo browser that knows which photos You love the […]

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HTC Radar Review – Beautiful Outside, Slick And Elegant Inside

Ever since I looked in to Microsoft’s slick new Operating System for Phones, Windows Phone 7, I’ve been wanting to get my hands on it. Finally, here’s HTC Radar. Sporting Windows Phone Mango, and a 3.8 inch Super LCD touchscreen, the Radar is trademark HTC – curvaceous, premium looking and something you cannot ignore. The […]