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posted Oct 18, 2010, 8:52 AM by Daniel Halvorsen

Have you ever heard about Subsonic? Neither had I, until quite recently.

Subsonic is a streaming app/server for music and movies (I think..).
Haven't tried the streaming video function yet, but will try, soon, with NRK (Norwegian TV) whom streams their shows online.

As for now, I'm using it to stream music to my Android phone, and use it in a browser while @an computer.

Android on a HTC Touch Diamond2

posted Apr 7, 2010, 10:41 AM by Daniel Halvorsen

Well, this have been one OS's I've tried out on my TD2. I always encounter some problems that renders it useless...

I've been trying to mix a couple of builds lately based on the Android 2.01. And it seems to be working, or, well, at least booting.
If i use Shadowline's build I'm able to boot, and almost configure my phone, the problem occurs when it tries to activate the Wi-Fi.
The phone crashes.. Hard. It shuts down and I have to boot it up again in Windows Mobile to launch Haret.exe again..

I'll be trying to solve this mystery by the help of Xda-developers, a forum for cell-phone-tech-geeks!


posted Mar 3, 2010, 1:52 PM by Daniel Halvorsen

Well, I ordered a couple of cheap 3D-glasses, and I'm quite excited now, just waiting for them to arrive!
You can read about them here!

And here's a picture as well!
(taken from the site which I have linked to above.)

I'll have to try out some 3D-gaming on my computer of course, so, I wonder how World Of Warcraft and a lot of other games will look like.
Nvidia have put up a couple of pictures of how images will look in 3D here! If you have 3D-glasses, you can put them on and have a look at the pictures. Without them they won't look that good...


Radar in your pocket you say?

posted Feb 2, 2010, 5:32 AM by Daniel Halvorsen

Well, why would someone want a radar in they're own pockets?
That's a really good question, and I take it that Nokia will give you an answer.

Article can be found here.

Mobile radar research concept

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