I have a Nokia 5800 XpressMusic and for a while now whenever I start Ovi Maps, it switches off the phone. This started when I had Ovi Maps 2. I upgraded to Ovi Maps 3 (the latest version) and also upgraded the phone firmware to version 31. Firmware version 40 is not available in my country.
When I run on battery power the phone switches off almost immediately. Actually just after it ask whether it should go online. Make no difference whether I answer yes or no. When it is plugged into power, it sometimes take a while before it switches off.
I have Googled and searched but could not find any solutions anywhere. Anybody reading here have any suggestions?
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And I quote:
Maingear’s new Axess HD Gamer brings hardcore PC gaming into your living room with a Core i7 processor, up to 12GB of DDR3 memory, 2x NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT cards in SLI, a Phantom Lapboard and robust media center capabilities. More specifically, the Axess HD can include a Blu-ray drive, 8-channel HD audio, WIndows Vista Home Premium and up to 4TB of hard drive storage or, if you choose, dual 160GB SSDs. Connections include: DVI-D, VGA, HDMI and component out, dual gigabit ethernet, eight USB 2.0 ports, two 6-pin FireWire ports and eSATA. There is also the option of adding a TV Tuner (no CableCARD). Granted, the Axcess is highly configurable, and if you get this thing completely loaded it will cost you over $6,000
All I would change is replacing that Windows bit with Linux 🙂
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With one (or 2 or 3) you would not need any external Hard drives
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Nokia today announced the N97, Touchscreen with QWERTY keyboard. This is now the phone I want …
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This is what a 1GB IBM hard disk looked like in the 1980’s and in the hand is a 1GB SD card.
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, hard disk
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I am trying out the latest beta of Windows Live Writer and so far it seems to be good. One little annoying thing is that the window for inserting Tags is a modal-window which means you cannot have it open to add tags while writing the blog.
While trying to recover from flu/cold and having time going through my RSS Feeds, here are some tidbits:
Space Shuttle Endeavour cuts a bright swath through the dark sky during this night-time launch in January 1998. Nearly six years earlier on Sept. 12, 1992, Endeavour blasted off, carrying Dr. Mae Jamison, the first African-American woman to fly in space, and Mamoru Mohri, the first Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut on a shuttle mission.
Image Credit: NASA
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I just read an entry by Mark Cathcart called Looking back, Unix System Services, Linux et al.
I started my computing life on VM systems way way back, and the fact that I actually know all the acronyms and terms that Mark was using, say’s a lot. This trip down memory lane gave a very good insight into how IBM looked at Unix and then in the later years Linux on their big systems. I still do not know whether I totally agree or like with the i, x, p and z Series names for IBM’s hardware. I so much more liked it when it was called 360 Systems, 390’s, 9375’s etc and OS/390 or MVS, VM etc.
Every year I hear somebody say that the mainframe is dying but it just goes from strength to strength. When it comes to reliability, scalability and pure cost/performance then nothing beats it … even if you throw a multi CPU clustered Intel or AMD machine at it.
When looking at how IBM implement and innovate around Linux, I am confident that in years to come Linux will play an integral role in helping business in optimizing their computing requirements. As an Open Source and Linux supporter, I will use these solutions more and more in my dealings with my customers and clients.
Lastly, I am so glad that the WIN32 API was never implemented and used in the IBM software stack. Just imagine the situation IBM might have been in today …
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IBM’s Sam Palmisano announced that $100million will be spend over the next 2 years on new ideas that was generated earlier this year. Of the 10 that caught my eye was:
“Digital Me”: Creating a secure, user-friendly service that simplifies storage, management and long-term access to the deluge of personal content that people accumulate (digital photos, videos, music, health and financial records, personal identification documents, files, etc.).
3D Internet: Partnering with others to take the best of virtual worlds and gaming environments to build a seamless, standards-based 3D Internet — the next platform for global commerce and day-to-day business operations.
Simplified Business Engines: Developing and bringing to market an intuitive, easy-to-use and pre-packaged set of Web 2.0 services and blade server offerings that allow small and mid-size businesses to easily tap applications customized to their own specific business needs.
Will keep and eye on these and see how I can get involved in these initiatives.
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The lastest Top 500 list of Super Computers will be released on 14 Nov and to get a sneak preview head over to Top500.
IBM still heads the list with a computer with the performance of 280.6 teraflop/s, more than double the 2nd position. Overall IBM have 47.8% of the entries on the list with HP in second place with 31.2%.
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Since I am interested in using next generation DVD (ie Blu-ray or HD DVD), I thought it might be worthwhile what it was all about. Here is a link to a good article that explains what all the fuss is about. Still does not say who the winner will be.
Blu-ray versus HD DVD: The Format Wars @ TechSpot
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