I saw on Engadget ( Who sourced the link from Electronista ) that Symbain^4 screen shots have been released for the first time, allowing us a glimpse at where this OS is headed. I checked out Electronista's article and after seeing the screen shots I was checking to make sure this is a recent story… Read More
mWallet by Total Wireless Solutions is a very nifty application. You don't have to use every feature that it offers but if you decide you want to, it's definitely a practical step. It only costs $7.50 for an S60 device and $6.50 for a UIQ device. In its most basic form, this application is great… Read More
The Nokia Podcasting application, developed by Nokia comes with the sis file already preloaded onto the memory card of some of the more recent Nokia phones. It’s also free for download from the Nokia website and it’s available for all E or N series phones that have WLAN and is compatible with some others. I’m currently… Read More
It's been a week since I started using the Nokia N85 and in that time, I've found a lot to like and some things that left me wanting more. This last part of my series on the Nokia N85 will focus on: Built in applications Week wrap up Although the Nokia N85 is called a… Read More
This part of my series on the Nokia N85 will focus on: The camera Capturing video Listening to audio Playing games The N85 has a 5 megapixel digital camera with a Carl Zeiss auto focus lens and an LED flash. To use the camera, you slide open the lens cover over the lens. You can… Read More
You know how it is when you get a brand new phone, you have to adjust to the location of its buttons, navigation of menus, etc. That's what I've been doing the last couple of days with the Nokia N85. This part will focus on: First impressions of the user interface Making and receiving calls… Read More
The Android G1 was a cool phone, but you and I both knew that I wouldn't stick with it very long. What can I say, I get bored easily. So, this week I'm going to be trying out the Nokia N85 smartphone. It's been awhile since I've had a newer Symbian phone, so I'm excited… Read More
One of my favorite mobile apps is ShoZu. So when Julie asked me to do a piece on a *really* useful mobile app, I didn't have to look too far.
One of the perpetually unresolved debates among web users and observers alike is, "Who among the big three â€“ Yahoo Mail, Windows Live Hotmail and Gmail â€“ has the best email service?"
Last week, I discovered that two of the most frequently asked questions we receive are "How can I stay in touch with my IM buddies on my mobile phone?" and "How can I make VoIP calls from my mobile phone?"
So, earlier in the week, fresh from a vacation break, I set out in my quest for the perfect IM client & the perfect VoIP client for mobile phones. I found the solution to *both* the problems in fring.
Released in November of last year, the latest offering of Opera Mini, version 4, hasnâ€™t really sent shockwaves through the World of cell phones. Whilst the iPhone browser (which I think is very annoying!) has been hailed as a revolutionary success, Mini has taken the sidelines slightly, but as I have learned, this isnâ€™t really a position it deserves.