Recent Features - Page 108
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
Rafe takes a look at Nokia's main smartphone music device - the Nokia N91, and assesses its capabilities as a music player, as a smartphone and in real world usage.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 07:00, May 1st
Rafe takes a look at Nokia's understated but extremely capable N73 with its 3.2 megapixels camera with Carl Zeiss optics and state of the art cellular connectivity.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 13:22, Apr 27th
The Nokia N72 specifications are not at the cutting edge - there is no 3G or WiFi, 'only' a 2 megapixel camera, a 'low' resolution screen, and it runs the 'old' version of S60 (2nd Edition). However this phone has it's own significance and it should outsell any of the other Nseries devices announced thus far. Rafe looks in more detail at the recently announced Nokia N72.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 12:37, Apr 26th
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
Alan Blount, a Consulting Engineer from Orange T&I Boston, gave developers his perspective on how they could engage the early adopter in a session at Orange Code Camp Opio 2005.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 17:50, Apr 19th
Mark Donohoe, Principal Engineer Sony Ericsson, introduced developers to the recently announced Sony Ericsson P990 running on Symbian OS 9.1 and UIQ 3 at Orange Code Camp Event (October 2005).
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 17:43, Apr 19th
Rafe reports back from the 2006 CTIA trade show from Las Vegas.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 18:57, Apr 18th
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