A bunch of AAS readers (including me) are trying to gather some data on write speeds to 512MB and 1GB cards of different makes, in an attempt to sort out why Kingston 1GB cards cause jerky video recording and lost application assignments. Can you help?
OK, Smartphones Show 8 is at last live, comments welcome if it doesn't play OK for you. No sign of the E61 or E70 reviews as neither device has actually arrived yet, and there's more of a Windows Mobile flavour to Show 8. Still, there's video of the Nokia N93 and a video version of my N70/N90 camcorder tips.
AllAboutSymbian caught up with Bruce Carney, Symbian's head of Developer Marketing, at the recent CTIA show in Las Vegas. How many Symbian OS apps are there, why isn't freeware counted and why all the fuss over Platform Security? Here's the full interview.
Ever helpful, Ewan has prepared a quick reference guide to the brand new Symbian OS powered smartphones that are specifically aimed at music playback, with comparison to the ubiquitous iPod. Food for thought, though don't forget that almost any recent Symbian OS device can also play back stereo music too...
To celebrate the Christmas holiday period, Symbian Themes has removed their 20 file per day limit, giving unlimited downloads of all their content for the 25th and 26th December. Happy holidays from the Symbian Themes team!
Dan Marlin is looking for Beta testers for The Core Pocket Media Player (the famous TCPMP) on Symbian OS. Beta testers must have 'above average' technical skills to be able to help report problems. If you're a video junkie (like me) and are interested in helping get TCPMP onto Symbian OS, please email email@example.com
In which Steve realises that your smartphone should always help and never get the way of real life, performs a subtle U-turn and muses the fact that there's really no such thing as the perfect mobile device for everybody. Read the editorial...