I have scanned the data sheet specifications for Nokia N95 8GB, N81, 5310 XpressMusic and 5610 XpressMusic which is included in the press kit.
After reading through the specifications, I realized that N81 will come in 2 flavors, 1 with MicroSD memory and the other with 8GB internal memory (non-expandable).
I managed to get 3 videos from Dinesh that are played during the press conference and uploaded it to YouTube with permission from him of course.
The video came encoded in MPEG2 codec and I compressed it using DivX in order to meet the 100MB limit that YouTube has.
I was almost late for the opening speech as I expected it would be delayed till about 5.30pm, but it started on the dot at 5.15pm as stated on the agenda.
The programs for the night are split into 3 major parts, the speech, the live demo of phones followed by dinner.
gearfuse have a bunch of press photos of some upcoming Nokia phones that will be launched later tonight. I will be attending the event here in Singapore (Asia Pacific press conference) at 5.30pm (GMT+8). London will be the global press conference.
Always wanted to try out creating a Facebook Application and finally took a little bit of time of and created a simple Facebook App called GaMerz.WordPress.
The application simply displays my live site traffic (users online) and the latest post for my GaMerZ.WordPress blog. The file is placed in the WordPress plugins folder but it does not need to get activated. If anybody wants the source code, just drop me an email.
Former hacker to help appeal against court ruling
Anime distributor Odex has roped in a Silicon Valley-based former hacker to appeal against a court’s decision. Last Thursday, Odex failed in its bid to force Pacific Internet (PacNet) to hand over the data of suspected illegal downloaders, whom Odex had tracked down with the help of Internet investigation firm BayTSP.
ANIME distributer Odex has lost a court bid to force Pacific Internet to reveal names of subscribers who allegedly downloaded pirated versions of the Japanese cartoons.
The Subordinate Court handed down its decision in chambers on Thursday and no details were made public.