Posts Tagged ‘Symbian’

Real PUSH finally graces Gmail service for all.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009 11:42 1 Comment

The bread and butter of BlackBerry is the robust messaging capabilities, especially the push email. So far, no one has replicated the ease or efficiency that RIM has brought forth with their little wonder Berry. Those lucky CrackBerry users were part of only a few select groups which had access to push Gmail. [...]

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Waze for WinMo/Symbian out of beta. Officially available for all today.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009 8:25 No Comments

Whatever walk of life you choose, whether it be Android, iPhone, WinMo, or Symbian (sorry BlackBerry users), Waze as of today has you covered. If you didn’t already know, Waze is a user input generated GPS app that provides real-time tracking of traffic as well as turn-by-turn functionality. For those looking for a [...]

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Microsoft: Designed to fail in the mobile market

Thursday, September 17, 2009 12:04 No Comments

Say what you will about Microsoft and their mobile market line. One can’t ignore that they are heading no where fast. Perhaps it would be good to start with the good — the Xbox and Zune HD products. While the Xbox isn’t a mobile product per se, it is by far one of their most popular consumer oriented devices. The second most popular I would wager is the Zune HD. Featuring reworked hardware, software, and all around better fit and finish, the Zune HD looks like a pretty decent winner on paper until you consider one big fact: There is no public accessible app store. Further complicating matters, a Zune app store is being held up by the ugly step child Windows Mobile. Does Microsoft have any clear path in the mobile market?

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Waze, free turn-by-turn user generated GPS app coming to WinMo/Symbian

Monday, September 14, 2009 12:42 1 Comment

Want to get somewhere but need some help? For many years now, GPS units and more recently, GPS apps for mobile devices has made getting from point A to point B incredibly easy. The next step in GPS technology is that of user generated GPS content. That is, a turn-by-turn GPS app [...]

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October 4-7: Flash cometh to Android and WebOS

Tuesday, June 23, 2009 5:39 No Comments

Media junkies and mobile web addicts who happen to be running Windows Mobile, Symbian, Android and WebOS will want to set at least a few hours aside each day beginning October 4th of this year as something very special is coming your way — Flash 10. That’s right folks! The most sought after [...]

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Nokia N97 landing in Flagship stores today! ($699.99 donation required)

Tuesday, June 9, 2009 6:55 No Comments

While all the rage yesterday, and more than likely today as well as the rest of the week is going to be Apple/iPhone OS 3.0/iPhone 3GS, their are others players out there who deserve some mention. If you aren’t a fruit lover and instead prefer a more sophisticated device and OS, Nokia will be [...]

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Skyfire for WinMo/Symbian leaves beta - Blackberry “Coming Soon”

Wednesday, May 27, 2009 8:40 No Comments

The mobile web is chock full of explosive growth both from users and well as content publishers, advitisers, and so on. Navigating this vast environment until a few short years ago was archaic and painful at best. Thankfully, as technology has progressed, so has our ability to navigate that oh so loved environment. [...]

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Symbian S60 finds its way onto Samsung i9810

Friday, February 6, 2009 23:19 2 Comments

In what is certainly a strange turn revelation, the Samsung i9810 that was leaked yesterday is already making rounds at Daily Mobile as they have managed to get their hands on a Samsung i9810 running Symbian S60!  Why they choose S60 over Android or WinMo is beyond me.  (Not complaining at all, just honestly intrigued). [...]

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Uh-Oh: Secure your digital wallets!

Thursday, January 22, 2009 9:15 No Comments

Kaspersky Labs has detected a new mobile virus that infects the symbian mobile operating system on an Indonesian mobile carrier.  The virus, a trojan, is written in a script language called python and sends SMS messages to people with a short number and instructions to transfer money from one of your accounts to the criminals [...]

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T-Mobile getting the super average Nokia 7510 “Supernova”

Sunday, January 4, 2009 22:13 No Comments

Revealed on Nokia’s site and already talked about by Engadget Mobile, the Nokia N7510 or “Supernova” breaks into the light of day.  T-Mobile is working hard these days to improve push an image of coolness in order to attract more subscribers as well as retain the old ones.  This phone is actually a pretty cool [...]

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Symbian’s “Curse of Silence” kills SMS!

Sunday, January 4, 2009 20:08 No Comments

A rather disturbing find (if your running a Symbian OS that is) is a bug in the Symbian OS that will cause your phone to stop receiving SMS messages.  What causes it you ask?  According to an article posted on Mobile Whack on the subject says the bug “activates” when a message is composed consisting [...]

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