It turns out that the new SONY Xperia mobiles are Android based while the new SONY Vivaz mobiles are Symbian based ! I guess they don't care what the winning mobile platform will be as long as its not Apple OSX or Blackberry !
I saw a demo of the SONY 3D TV for the first time today in my local Currys !
And I can't wait till June 2010 or have the spare the £2500 reqd so I'll have to settle for images from these flickr and vimeo 3D groups in the meantime !
Thanks to googles android mobile free libre open source mobile phone technology I can now leave dozens of apple iPod, iPhone, iTouch, NOKIA E* series, NOKIA N* series, Nintendo NDS, Palm, Symbian S60 & Treo etc etc flickr, NING & VOX bmn & smn groups and just focus all my efforts on androids ! A platform thats even lets me replace the system keyboard with a morse code reader has got to be the answer to everything !
This years Brighton Festival is on between the 1st and 23rd May 2010.
If you ever want to upload a photo or video to dozens of BMNs and SMNs with a single click try pixelpipe on your android, iphone or symbian mobile! pixelpipe now supports dozens of BMNs and SMNs including flickr, photobox, photobucket and VOX !
So uploading 10 x 1M photos will only cost me £10 instead of £80, £160 or even £320 if i were on 32 photo BMNs and SMNs !
first the good news ! ed/l/x/ubuntu 10.4 will be a long term support (lts) release and with the help of vmware player 3.0.1 (P4 or higher reqd) you can create a virtual machine to help test the 10.4 beta today using vmwares zero auto install feature which also auto installs vmware tools & vmware toolbox !
I have been blown away by the latest Google Android layer & nru augmented reality apps !
With layar I can now walk around the UK with my Android on a 3G or wi-fi network seeing where the nearest Barclays Bank is, the nearest Post Box is and what houses have been sold and which are for sale in the neighbourhood ! and with the lastminute.com lab nru ar app i see can all the nearest entertainment centres such as 10 pin bowling etc etc !
Here are some assorted FLOSS & other Google calendars you may like !
- (Calendar ID: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- (Calendar ID: email@example.com)
- (Calendar ID: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- (Calendar ID: email@example.com)
- (Calendar ID: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- (Calendar ID: email@example.com)
- (Calendar ID: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Is there an better/easier way of sharing 'your' Google cal favs to others ?