Weekly Recap – Enfield, Nokia OVI, IPL on YouTube


Last weekend, we moved to a new server and except our email accounts (all fine now), everything seems to work fine (please let us know if you encounter any issue).

Owing to the server migration, we postponed the registration for UnPluggd event and will start that, this week.

As far as week’s highlights are concerned, YouTube-IPL deal was the talk of the town, followed by Nokia’s big announcement, i.e. free OVI maps.

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