Nokia 5233 is now available in India. This phone is priced around Rs.7500. Nokia 5233 is the twin brother of Nokia 5230 but lacking 3G. This phone is a cheap alternative to Nokia 5800 XpressMusic which boasts of 3G,Wi-Fi and 3.2 MP Camera. Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is now availble at Rs. 13750 with 8 GB microSDHC card and Connectivity Cable. Both the accessories are not available with Nokia 5230 and 5233.
2 megapixel camera
3.2 inch full touchscreen
Media Bar for one-touch access to all your songs.
33 hours music play back.
10 songs free of your choice from over 30,00,00 songs at the Nokia Music Store.
Standard 3.5 mm AV connectors.
Up to 16 GB expandable memory.
2G and A-GPS
Innovative Contacts bar on the homescreen for easy access to up to 20 close friends and their emails, phone calls, photos or social media updates.
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YouTube wants to improve on the lack of 3D content, which is one of the main barriers stopping mass adoption of the technology. The video streaming site is now making it easier for anyone to create 3D video content, without the need for special cameras, with a beta 2D to 3D conversion tool.
Three-dimensional videos on YouTube are not new. The site allowed filmmakers to upload video in 3D, but they had to set up two cameras and combine the footage using special software -- a tricky and time-consuming task. The new 2D to 3D conversion tool is a much handier alternative for the average user. YouTube’s 2D to 3D conversion tool turns any 2D video into a 3D film with the click of a button after upload. The feature can be found by selecting "Edit Info," then "3D Video" on a video you've uploaded. YouTube product manager Shenaz Zack Mistry said in a blog post that users will “still get best results with a 3D camera, but it's a great new way to let people enjoy your f…