Recent Features - Comment - Page 67
Newcomer David Bozward has been thinking about fragmentation in the mobile games industry and concludes that Symbian-based handsets are the logical growth sector for the future...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 17:31, Jun 22nd
# Posted by Ewan in Features || Comments 13:14, Jun 1st
Now, before anyone rises up in indignation, this isn't an anti-Windows Mobile rant. I've got an i-Mate K-JAM that I've been trialling alongside my various Symbian-powered smartphones. And it's a very cool device. But one aspect fascinated me and I wanted to put it to the test.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 16:42, May 31st
Steve Litchfield explains the reasons for the ever-present über-utility on each (in this case) Symbian-powered software platform. The users always get what they want in the end? Yes, although it's easy to see both points of view here...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 08:13, May 19th
Just over a year ago, the Nokia 7710 became widely available and a sizeable number of owners embraced it, warts and all. What has become of the device and its interface since, and what of the future?
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 12:41, May 17th
Steve Litchfield summarises the results of AAS's recent poll and picks out some interesting numbers.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 13:44, May 1st
Steve Litchfield comments that even T-Mobile, with their much heralded "web 'n' walk" tariff extension, don't really 'get' the mobile Internet. What's really needed? Read on...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 13:13, May 1st
Steve's still reeling(!) from the announcement of the new Nokia N93, having watched the webcast and been rather impressed. The N93 is convergence exemplified, a theme close to his heart...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 09:59, Apr 25th
The cutting edge isn't where the big money in mobile phones is made, so why should we constantly expect every phone to be better than the last one?
# Posted by Ewan in Features || Comments 11:42, Apr 18th
Steve Litchfield sees the death of most other form factors and devices - make way for the all conquering phone...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 06:14, Apr 7th