Update: This is the new tips page. The old one has been so fortunate with many tips from MNB readers but the page became too bulky and unresponsive. Thank you to all those tippers on that page and apologies for the inconvenience as the tips page had slowed down. Thanks to those who gave us feedback about it.

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More info:

What are we looking for?

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The Format:

  1. You can simply leave us the link/video/picture and we’ll create a post.
  2. Or if you wish, you can write up something and we can publish around that too. This will go under our new account, .
  3. Pictures and screenshots help a lot.


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  3. Please note that some posts will be scheduled to even out server load (thus post has been written up and will be published shortly – mostly for 00:00 GMT the following day).
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In addition to email or the comments section, you may try sending a tip using the contact form. Note, I’m not quite sure if this will work. If you want to send an image, please upload to  and paste the link in the comment form

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  1. mj says:

    Nokia Lumia 820 in the Rita Ora – Shine Ya Light video. I think it is a 820.

  2. Reonhato says:

    Phone wars video. Although it does not say on the title, this is very Nokia related. :)

  3. stromtroller says:

    Wazapp version 0.9.13 Beta is now for grab.

    summary of release :

    0.9.13 Fixes sound notifications and received messages times, adds Recent emoji, and more.

    changelog :

  4. rishabh says:

  5. aikon171 says:
    Lumia 920T passed test and Lumia 810 teardown

  6. Jiipee says:

    Slush start-up event startinh tomorrow in Finland. Appearances by Marc Dillon (Jolla CEO) and Marko Ahtisaari among others.

    Marc will launch Jolla UI intoduction 1030 EET in the morning.

    • Jiipee says:

      Sorry, some inaccuracy in the timeline ;)

      Jolla tomorrow 11:15 EET
      Marko Ahtisaari Thu 10:05 EET
      Anssi Vanjoki (Vertu) Thu 13:00 EET

      At leats the Jolla launch will have video stream. Maybe also the others. Links will be available tomorrow.

  7. ravo says:

    mirror edge is free on my lumia 900

  8. ABC says:
    Finnish operator DNA makes a commitment to sell Jolla mobile phones that run meego sailfish OS

    • incognito says:

      Just a couple of hours left to see what Jolla has to offer regarding UI/UX layer (the underpinnings we already know). Striking deals with carriers is usually a sign of long-term commitment, and having deals with European carriers alleviates the concerns of Jolla being China-market-only for starters.

      • jiipee says: is open! No major info there, mostly tweets and live stream from the event. Also a link to Sailfish OS. Some more technically advanced could start opening up the content to us less capable ;)

        • jiipee says:

          Also a new press release available on the site:

          Some interesting parts:

          “Sailfish OS already supports multiple chipset technologies that are being demonstrated today in Slush, and
          further support is continuously being built for all the major chipsets. Today Jolla is happy to announce that
          ST So those who claimed Nokia’s Maemo/Meego efforts were left out of options when TI was not going to continue mobile chipset development were more or less wrong. With Nokia’s full support it wouldnt have been a problem.

          “Users are able to multitask instantly between truly running applications. Even more, users are able to
          interact with the running applications directly on the home view: ending a call, pausing a song without
          needing to enter the application. This multitasking feature brings usability and speed of use to a totally
          new level, unseen in the mobile industry.”

          Yesyesyes, excatly what I’ve been wishing for: users are able to
          interact with the running applications directly on the home view!!!

          “The UI also features many new innovations, such as the Pulley Menu enabling fast and effortless
          interaction, at-a-glance peeks at status information, and effortless personalization of the device to match
          the user’s style and mood.”
          Something Marko Ahtisaari has talked all along ;)

          This really got me excited!!!

  9. rishabh says:

    read the comments… people saying it will be available for n9 and android apps are compatible.

  10. rishabh says: is so dynamic site that every time you refresh. it has new colors.

  11. rishabh says:

  12. Viipottaja says:


    Whatever one thinks of Nokia marketing, sometimes they do get it right!

  13. viipottaja says:

    don’t forget to complain,in the comments that there is no N9 update version. Remember: the glass is half empty! :D Happy Thanksgiving!

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