Sony Ericsson has introduced WebSDK, offering developers cross-platform web applications development for its latest Symbian and Android devices. So, what is Sony Ericsson's offering and how does it measure up?
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Rafe reports back from the recent (September 2009) Ovi Developer Day in London.
Sony Ericsson has been a long term supporter of the Symbian OS. After something of a hiatus in Symbian phones, Sony Ericsson will soon be back with the Satio, its first S60 platform phone. So how is Sony Ericsson gearing up to support Symbian developers? I talked to Christopher David, Head of Developer and Partner Engagement at Sony Ericsson.
Any open source project lives or dies by its members, whether those members are active contributors to the code base or provide support in other ways. The Symbian Foundation is no different. The responsibility for building and maintaining membership of the Symbian Foundation falls on the shoulders of Lauren Sarno.
Rafe explains how you can create your own shortcut widget for the TouchWiz-powered idle screen of the Samsung i8910.
The Vibra API on Symbian smartphones has enabled developers to add ‘feel’ to applications for some time. However, a new generation of haptic feedback is being brought to the Symbian ecosystem by Immersion Corporation. This article explores the possibilities that may be offered by Immersion’s API and tools.
With all the coverage of recently launched manufacturer’s application stores it’s easy to forget that there have been several companies working in the application store space for a number of years. AAS talks to Eric Pfeifer, Content Acquisition Director at Handmark to find out what an independent aggregator has to offer.
The annual CommunicAsia show run next week from 16 to 19 June. NAVTEQ will be attending for its second year. In this article NAVTEQ shares details of its activities at the show.
There is now just over a month to go before the Forum Nokia Calling All Innovators competition closes to entries. So it seems like an opportune time to catch up with Srikanth Raju, head of marketing for Forum Nokia, to find out more.