Browsing on WiFi-only iPad using 3G connection!

Yes, you’ve read the post title correctly, you can use 3G connection on WiFi-only iPad! All you need is: a WiFi-only iPad (naturally), mobile phone with WiFi connectivity (Symbian, Maemo or WM operating systems – in my case Nokia N97 Mini), and an absolutely fantastic piece of software called JoikuSpot!

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Nokia N97 Mini – reach new heights!

Hi all! I wanted to give you something special this time, so here’s the N97 Mini gallery (just to warm you up for some posts:)), shoot on the roof of my house!

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First post from my iPad

Hi everyone, just wanted to try something new – writting a blog post directly from my iPad using official WordPress app…

Let’s begin with a pic:

It’ working fine 🙂

I’ll try with one larger photo this time, the quality of the first one isn’t that good.

Ok, so you can add photos between the text…

Nokia C6 hands on preview

Hi there! 🙂 Are you ready for another hands on preview, this time about brand new Nokia C6? If yes, join me after the break.

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Nokia N8 hands on preview

Hi gals and guys, it’s been a while since my last post, sorry about that. So, I’ve prepared something special this time – exclusive hands on preview, pictures and video of the upcoming Symbian^3 mobile phone – the Nokia N8!!! I must thank Stephanie (@sturbi) from Austria for this great opportunity to play with the new Nokia’s flagship. Thank you SO MUCH 🙂

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How to enable virtual keyboard on Nokia N900

Hi everyone, here’s another short N900 tutorial – this time about enabling virtual keyboard on Maemo beast called N900.

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Enabling portrait mode browsing on Nokia N900

Hi folks, it’s been a while since my last post – sorry about that, I had a lot of exams…

So, here’s a short N900 tutorial, this time about setting up the inbuilt browser to work in portrait mode – very useful for some sites, such as Twitter. Since the last firmware update , you cannot enable this option by pressing Ctrl-Shift-O, as you’ve probably seen on similar blogs…

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