TV out, a great feature in N series mobile phones

TV out_N series

Just saw this post in s60 blog via oren.

About TV Out feature which is available in several Nseries devices makes for a great sales pitch. its really cool.

N93, N93i and N95, it is possible! They all have TV-out cables that come with the phone and they all support VGA-size MPEG-4 video with more than 1 Mbps bitrate. 16:9 TV out mode is supported as well. The quality is incredibl.

Things you can play with 🙂

  • You can try watching movies from cel phone output to TV.
  • Surf web in large screen.
  • Play games.
  • Game console.
  • video confrencing.
  • video/audio demonstration system.

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Post your unlock ideas here what else you can do with 🙂


Netsize has just launched a new mobile industry report: Netsize Guide 2007


Netsize has just launched a new mobile industry report (The Netsize Guide 2007) in association with Informa Telecoms and Media.

The report includes research on mobile data services in over 25 countries. The report also has articles from senior industry leaders representing global brands including O2, Cisco, EDS, Google, Microsoft, MTV, Mobile Data Association, Nokia, Telefonica, Vodafone and many more.

Download a free copy of the report here

Just register and get download link in your email.


Motorola’s MOTORIZR Z8: Symbian with HSDPA


Motorola has today announced the new MOTORIZR Z8 slider style handset. The Z8 is notable for several reasons, not least because of its Symbian-based user interface.


  • Symbian OS
  • 3.6Mbps HSDPA data in a 15.3-mm thin form factor
  • 1.4 x 2-inch, QVGA 16 million color display
  • 2 megapixel camera around back (VGA cam up front for video calls) with the ability to record in either MPEG-4 or 3gp
  • A2DP stereo Bluetooth audio
  • up to 5-hours of 3G talk time or up to 16 days standby.

UI design of this phone looks really cool to me. Not sure it supports flash lite or not.
See video here

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Opera Browser on Windows Mobile 6.0 Phones

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Opera Software today announced that the company’s Opera Mobile browser will be made available for both versions of Windows Mobile 5 and Windows Mobile 6 at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona.

Opera Software also unveiled the alpha versions Opera Mobile 9, which includes supports for Adobe Flash .

Opera Software ASA’s mobile browser is all set to be included in some of the very first Windows Mobile 6.0 phones to be made available.

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Features for upcoming version can be read here


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You Tube Goes Mobile Demo for 3GSM Congress ’07’

you tube in 3GSM_2007

They shown this for demo and this video shows how the technology provided by Multimedia Mobile services is capable to enable any content or service provider to instantly delivering contents or services to any 3G enabled mobile phone.
No aditional software required like flash pluging, etc.

See video via youtube

I posted details about youtube mobile little earlier in my blog Refer this post.

As i feel its not so smotther as flash video shown by On2.


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Yahoo! Go for Mobile 2.0 Goes Gamma

yahoo go 2.0

Yahoo launched a new gamma version of Yahoo! Go for Mobile 2.0

Yahoo Go! is the first application optimized for the “small screen” of a mobile phone that truly makes it easy and fun to access the Internet. Everything about the Yahoo! Go interface is designed to be both visually stunning and give you what you want with the fewest clicks possible.

The service will be supported by more than 100 mobile phones.


  • Search reinvented for mobile consumers – oneSearch recognizes the intent of a search term and presents relevant content – not just a list of web links to PC sites – on the results page. Results are grouped by subject making it easy to read through and drill down to get more details.
  • Be local, no matter where you are – The Local & Maps widget gives consumers quick access to comprehensive local directory information for businesses across the US, enhanced with ratings and reviews from the millions-strong Yahoo! community. Interactive maps feature the ability to directly search for local businesses, get driving directions and real time traffic updates.
  • Rich, highly personalizable content from millions of sources – Current headlines and a breaking news ticker in the News, Sports, Entertainment, Weather and Finance widgets keep consumers connected to the information that matters to them. Consumers can customize to receive content from the millions of sources on the Web that publish in RSS.
  • Photo sharing keeps consumers connected to their community – The Flickr(TM) widget integrates one of the Web’s most innovative and prolific photo-sharing communities, making it easy for consumers to upload and manage images from their camera phone. Consumers can also easily share photos, view their friends’ pictures and browse or search the millions of images.
  • Streamlined e-mail keeps consumers in sync – The E-mail widget allows consumers to quickly respond to, delete or compose new messages or view attachments with a single click – all automatically synchronized with their Yahoo! Mail account in real time.
  • Display ads from major global advertisers – The advertisements will run in several of the Widgets, near the top of the page. Consumers will be able to click on these interactive ads to directly call the advertiser or to learn more information about the advertiser’s offer.

See how it works
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Yahoo Offers Mobile Display Ads In 19 Countries


Yahoo is now offering mobile display advertising though its Yahoo Mobile Web service in 19 countries, extending the graphic ad platform for phones that it launched in the United States late last year.

Yahoo is serving mobile phone banner ads from the likes of Hilton’s Embassy Suites, Infiniti, Intel, Nissan, Pepsi, Procter & Gamble Asia Pacific, and Singapore Airlines starting today. The ads will appear atop the Yahoo Mobile Web home page.

Mobile advertising appeals to marketers as a way to “reach consumers when they’re on the move and communicate with them in a way we haven’t before,” as John Vail, director of interactive marketing, Pepsi-Cola North America, puts it. The new ad platform is available in Argentina , Australia , Brazil , Canada , France , Germany , India , Indonesia , Italy , Malaysia , Mexico , Philippines , Singapore , Spain , Taiwan , Thailand , United States , United Kingdom , and Vietnam .

Yahoo has been moving aggressively to expand its mobile offerings. In January, the company launched a new mobile search service, Yahoo oneSearch. The service “understands what consumers are looking for and presents answers directly in the results — not just a list of Web links to PC sites,” says Marco Boerries, senior VP of connected life at Yahoo.



Vodafone announces agreement to launch YouTube Mobile


Newbury, 9 February 2007 : Vodafone, today announced an agreement with YouTube to offer Vodafone customers a YouTube experience on their mobile phones.
Launching in the UK initially, the agreement is expected to offer Vodafone customers in key markets across Europe the chance to access a version of the popular YouTube service directly from Vodafone live!

Features :

  • Enables easy access and usability on the move.
  • Customers to access new videos daily, upload content, forward recommendations to friends.

Now people can view and share favourite YouTube videos seamlessly wherever and whenever they want.

I am hoping flash video can make a big space in mobile phones……future is flash lite 🙂 .

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Nokia Delivers Free Downloadable Maps to the Mobile World


Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced that it is making its smart2go mapping and navigation platform, available for free download (www.smart2go.com), enabling millions of people to use the most comprehensive map coverage offered on a mobile device. The platform allows for mapping and routing in over 150 countries and has support for full turn-by-turn satellite navigation in over 30 countries. The application allows people to view where they are on a map, search for points-of-interests (POI) around them and create routes to get them there free of charge.

smart2go is a compact programme for your mobile that allows you to load maps from around the world. Discover interesting places with ease, highlight them and get the route.

Nokia plans to start offering the smart2go application for free, on Saturday, February 10th, for selected Nokia S60 and Windows Mobile 5.0 devices initially and has plans to roll out support for most of the major mobile OS platforms including Nokia S60, Series 40, PocketPC, Linux and other Windows Mobile devices.

Still inBeta phase.

Watch an intresting film to know more about it 🙂 its really cool