last100 feature posts
We kicked off the week on last100 with a hands-on review of Nokia’s latest Internet Tablet, the N810. Last100 editor Steve O’Hear wrote: “The first thing to notice about the N810 – beyond its good looks and very solid feeling build – is how Nokia is pitching the device. Despite its relatively high price and Linux foundations, the N810 is being pitched as a consumer-friendly device for those who want to stay connected to the social Web.”
Next up, in a post titled From “Alfred Hitchcock” to the “A-Team”, where to find classic TV on the Web’, Daniel Langendorf examined recent efforts by the U.S. television networks to offer up their classic content online.
Digital lifestyle news
- iPhone’s future coming into focus: SDK = iPhone 1.5, 3G networks = iPhone 2.0
- Video: GPhone Android demonstration
- Hulu expected to add content from Warner Bros., new “networks” continue to emerge
- iTunes overtakes Best Buy to become No.2 music retailer in U.S.
- Since when did Sony become ‘pirate’-friendly?
- DivX to shut down online video service Stage6; “wild ride” is over
That’s a wrap. Thanks for stopping by.