The Nokia N95 (just like the N93/N93i) has a TV Out ability which lets you plug the device into any television set. If you add a full-size Bluetooth keyboard, you get something resembling a desktop computer, both in appearance and function. In the first of a series of articles, AllAboutSymbian looks at whether the N95, or indeed any smartphone, can replace the PC.
Steve Litchfield pits the spanking new Sony Ericsson P1i against its main competitors from the Symbian world, the messaging-focussed Nokia E61i and the media-focussed Nokia N95. How does Sony Ericsson's latest measure up?
Mobile phones are becoming a part of almost everyone's lives now, and there's consequently a lot of discussion about their pros and cons. Here's ten topics, some Symbian-related and others more general, that are hardly ever brought up in such conversations...
June 15th 2007 - many P990 users all around the globe are smiling happily because there's a new firmware R6D23 in SEUS (Sony Ericsson Upgrade Service). The previous firmware, R5A17, brought some improvements and signalled a better and improved system for P-series loyalists. Without hesitation, I hit the SEUS Update button and waited... After around 25 minutes, my P990 was reloaded with the new firmware. What's the result?