Recent Features - Page 109
Steve Litchfield explores the potential of the latest crop of video-recording smartphones, explains how these will enhance your personal life and looks to the future...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 07:44, Mar 10th
Steve Litchfield demonstrates how to give your S60 smartphone the ultimate spring clean, increasing your free internal storage space and also (hopefully) improving performance and stability.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 22:02, Mar 7th
Steve compares still and video photography from a selection of cutting edge smartphones from the Symbian OS and Windows Mobile world.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 07:50, Mar 5th
Steve Litchfield looks at the extra qualities needed by software on a smartphone, compared to the looser quality control required on a standalone PDA.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 10:00, Mar 3rd
Steve Litchfield explains the importance of free RAM memory to a smartphone's operation, and lists things to bear in mind when choosing and using a Nokia S60 smartphone.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 14:17, Feb 24th
As Lt Detective Columbo would say, "just one more thing, My Sony Ericsson… Have you noticed the gap in your product line up?" All the signs are that SE have at least one more UIQ3 phone to announce in the near future...
# Posted by Ewan in Features || Comments 12:09, Feb 23rd
I don't know, you wait years for three Sony Ericsson UIQ devices, and all of a sudden you get not one, but two new devices in the space of the week. The W950 talkes UIQ, adds the Walkman brand, and turns out the most desirable Music Phone yet.
# Posted by Ewan in Features || Comments 12:25, Feb 14th
After talking to Sony Ericsson and UIQ at the Smartphone Show Rafe looks at the development opportunities and challenges for UIQ 3.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 02:39, Feb 10th
Not so much a review, but a first look at the M600i. There's promise here, but we also detect a few mixed messages along the way. Sony Ericsson's marketing is going to have to be careful...
# Posted by Rafe, Ewan, Steve in Features || Comments 10:23, Feb 6th
Steve Litchfield presents an introduction to the latest (and potentially most powerful) way of creating S60 applications.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 09:20, Feb 5th