Via the Truphone blog comes news of version 3.0 of the Truphone Wizard. Truphone is a VoIP service specifically targeted at S60 mobile users. The new version includes the ability to make VoIP calls over a 3G connection, better managing of multiple WiFI access points, new presence features and multi-SIM (automatically updates your forwarding number) support.
The split between Nokia's Nseries and Eseries worlds keeps getting that little bit wider, with the release of an Eseries version of PC Suite, following the Nseries version released earlier this week. Presumably the door is now open for specific N or Eseries features to be grafted in.... (Via Darla)
Yahoo Research Berkeley has released a second prototype application to follow on from ZoneTag (uploading and geotagginf photos). Zurfer for S60 phones, is a companion application, allows you to browse photos stored on Flickr. Zurfer allows you to view photos in a variety of 'channels' as well as offering a photo search feature, and the ability to comment on photos. Read on for more.
The new 4GB SDHC microSD cards are now becoming available at a variety of online retailers. The cards will work with the Nokia N95, but may not work with other S60 phones. MyMemory currently has stock and is selling the cards for £51.99. 4GB is enough for 4 days of music or for you to take one 5 megapixel N95 picture a day for the next 10 years!
With surprisingly interesting interviews with Vodafone, 160characters and ShoZu, AAS audio podcast 25 is a bit of a must-listen. It's a full half an hour though, so store this one away for your journey home!
Just a note that programme 34 is now live, with a walk-through of the Grid, web browser speed comparisons and a review of ViewRanger. You can watch here in Quicktime, subscribe here in iTunes or watch here on YouTube.
Not content with making Opera Mini 3, the hands-down best way to browse real world sites on a slow GPRS connection, the folks at Opera want beta testers for their newest project, a complete rewrite of Opera Mini to make it faster and richer, code-named Dimension. You can sign up here.
Nokia has today published the support pages for the upcoming E90. Going by past experience, this means the sim-free E90 will probably become available in European shops within the next week or two (many Finnish retailers have guessed at a launch date of 12th June). The release dates for network-locked and non-European markets are less predictable.