Recent Features - Page 108
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
Ewan's got strong views on whether your smartphone should become your personal music device and try as hard as we might to stop him from getting up to the mike to air them, we (ahem) really couldn't. So here he is:
# Posted by Ewan in Features || Comments 13:24, Jan 26th
Get to grips with the world of Digital video once and for all and create movie files which are quite watchable on the Communicator's screen.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 10:58, Jan 26th
Getting started in this voice-guided navigation program for UIQ (and Series 60) smartphones. See how easy it is to navigate your first route and learn how to use Route 66 efficiently.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 09:25, Jan 25th
Creating your own Series 60 v2 themes using Nokia's free tool, either for your own use, or for sharing with others.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 09:18, Jan 25th
Make your data mobile, creating PC databases that sync perfectly to files on your smartphone.
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 07:20, Jan 22nd
Wow your friends and colleagues - Apple's music system inside your smartphone? Oh yes.... All you need is a little freeware utility...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 07:10, Jan 22nd