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How cool is this!! Possibly the first ever 4x4x4 LEGO Rubik’s Cube solver? This Rubik’s Cube solver was designed and programmed using a Nokia N95, a LEGO Mindstorms NXT and lots of LEGO technic pieces! Check out the video after the break.

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Today at the Demo House 2010, Nokia Research Centre unveiled an astonishing new concept – Mobile Radar. No its not the stupid screensaver you’ve been seeing advertisements of on the TV, Mobile Radar is an application that allows a mobile device to use active radar sensors and measure the speed and direction of movement of approaching objects, just as traditional RADAR would. It uses electromagnetic waves to provide a different type of mobile wireless sensing. Check out a video demonstration of Mobile Radar after the break along with the full press release.

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The iconic Nokia N95 continues to get support by Nokia, and has received a new firmware update taking it to v35.0.02. The Nokia N95 8GB has also received a new update to v35.0.01. To get this new software onto your devices you will need to plug yourself into a PC and use either NSU (Nokia Software Updater) or the Ovi Suite. Remember neither handset supports UDP (User Data Preservation) so make sure you do a full backup of both the mass storage and phone data to ensure you do not lose anything. New firmware updates generally contain bug fixes and optimizations necessary for other software to perform correctly, therefore we recommend you always keep your device up to date. There is no official changelog as of yet, and depending on your product code it may take sometime before the update is available for your device.

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Fring has just announced that it is now possible to make free video calls with its VoIP (Voice over IP) service. The service uses 3G or WiFi, just like when making regular Fring calls, and is the first time ever that video calling has ever been enabled via an IP service. I’m sure this will be a great hit with many Nokia users, and the push to increase the quality of the front facing camera will shortly begin to form. The video calling service is currently only available to anyone with a Nokia N95, Nokia N95 8GB, Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia X6, Nokia N97 and the Nokia N97 mini. It comes ready to use in the regular Fring application, which already allows free VoIP calls to Fring, Skype and GTalk users.

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