Thursday, July 19, 2007


New A-GPS service‎from Nokia

Nokia makes finding yourself faster with new A-GPS service
Technical framework allows service providers to provide their own regional A-GPS services

Espoo, Finland - This Assisted GPS (A-GPS) service helps Nokia Maps users find their current locations faster and get to their desired locations quicker using their Nokia mobile device with built-in GPS.

Nokia intends to equip all of its future devices that have built-in GPS with this service. The first devices to use this service are the Nokia 6110 Navigator, which has begun shipping in select markets, and the most recent software release of the Nokia N95 multimedia computer.

Current owners of the Nokia N95 can take advantage of this free* service by using the Nokia Software Updater. This will update the firmware on the device to the latest version.

This service has the ability to reduce the time a connected mobile device with built in GPS needs to find its current position, known as time to first fix (TTFF) for most geographical locations worldwide. The reduced fix times can increase and improve the usability for all Nokia location-based experiences.

The service operates in tandem with a technical framework that allows third parties, such as service providers, to provide their own regional A-GPS services, making fix times even faster in certain areas- to the benefit of their subscribers.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007


BlackBerry 8820 WiFi-enabled

CNET reported about the WiFi-enabled Blackberry, the 8820.

After getting the green light from the FCC just a couple of weeks ago, Research in Motion today officially took the wraps off the RIM BlackBerry 8820, the company's first smart phone with integrated Wi-Fi. Available through AT&T Wireless later this summer, the 8820 supports 802.11a/b/g standards and is compliant with Wi-Fi security protocols, including WEP and WPA.

Read more at cnet

Tuesday, July 17, 2007


Samsung K3: review

Jenn K. Lee from has reviewed this digital audio player from Samsuung. It's the flash-based K3. (YP-K3). It's a very thin player.

On its own, the player is relatively capable, albeit stripped down and not without a few quirks. Although it's reliance on touch-based controls won't appeal to everyone, the device will still manage to turn more than a few heads . . . but unfortunately only because of its ultra-thin profile and impeccably modern design.


Monday, July 16, 2007


Nokia N800: Internet Tablet

The N800 is a beautiful and small internet tablet. It has lots of connectivity features, including WiFi and Bluetooth.

The most attractive part of the tablet is the simple interface, you can easily control the device by using its touchscreen.

The Nokia N800 has 128MB memory, which you can expand to 2GB with an SD memory card.

You can buy the Nokia N800 Internet tablet for about 399 EUR.

Sunday, July 15, 2007


Gadget Flash update

I'm going to give Gadget Flash a mini-lay-out-update. I found the head a little simple, so I decided to change it. Using Photoshop and a little html-help from my boyfriend I'm hoping that it is finished this evening.

After a break for a few months Gadget Flash will be updated every day again. I hope you like it and come back every day. Comments are really welcome so I can make Gadget Flash much better and more pretty to read.

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