Recent Features - Comment - Page 67
Television has made many attempts to become portable. Can mobile phones succeed where pocket TVs have failed?
# Posted by krisse in Features || Comments 02:15, Nov 28th
Rafe takes a look at the LG JoY and debates the likelihood of success for LG's S60 phones.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 19:13, Nov 27th
Rafe reports on the announcement of OpenGL ES support on Sony Ericsson UIQ phones.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 12:52, Nov 27th
Ewan ponders the unthinkable as salvation from the onslaught of warez...
# Posted by Ewan in Features || Comments 12:05, Nov 23rd
Krisse takes a personal but largely justified side-swipe at the third party software industry...
# Posted by krisse in Features || Comments 23:58, Nov 17th
Steve Litchfield muses on the apparent 'weakness' of the Symbian OS 3rd party software scene...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 10:29, Nov 9th
Rafe looks at the implications on the acquisition of UIQ Technology by Sony Ericsson and tells the early story of Symbian and the Ronneby Lab.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 13:30, Nov 7th
Nokia introduced the accelerometer to the mobile phone world with the 5500 smartphone, and has promised more S60 tilt sensor models to come. What kind of magic could the sensor bring to the way people use their phones?
# Posted by krisse in Features || Comments 00:50, Nov 4th
Steve Litchfield gets fed up with confusion on all sides concerning Symbian OS 9's Platform Security, application installation and the (not very probable) appearance of malware. Time for a few plain English questions and answers!
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 09:12, Nov 3rd
So what did I take away from the Smartphone Show? A certain respect for Symbian's current subtle approach. Let me explain...
# Posted by Ewan in Features || Comments 11:38, Nov 2nd