Post Thumbnail

For AT&T users craving a little Symbian S60 on contract, do we have some stellar news for you. After discovering that the carrier would be bringing the S60-based Nokia 6650 into its lineup in short order, we've since seen all the proof we need to keep our hearts fluttering. Now, AT&T is doi

6 years ago 0 Comments
November 13, 2008 at 11:28AM
Post Thumbnail

For AT&T users craving a little Symbian S60 on contract, do we have some stellar news for you. After discovering that the carrier would be bringing the S60-based Nokia 6650 into its lineup in short order, we've since seen all the proof we need to keep our hearts fluttering. Now, AT&T is doi

6 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Mark/Space's Missing Sync -- an OS X lovers best friend -- has just loosed the Symbian Public Preview for all who dare to download. Currently, the build stands at v1.0.0 (028 Preview), which suggests that there are quite a few bugs just waiting to be discovered. Still, those handling S60 / UIQ-base

6 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Palm's not the only company that isn't afraid to speak out on the Open Handset Alliance. Nokia, Microsoft and Symbian made it most clear today that they don't perceive danger from the new initiative and corresponding Android OS, with Nokia stating it quite bluntly: \"We don't see this as a threat.\" M

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Palm's not the only company that isn't afraid to speak out on the Open Handset Alliance. Nokia, Microsoft and Symbian made it most clear today that they don't perceive danger from the new initiative and corresponding Android OS, with Nokia stating it quite bluntly: \"We don't see this as a threat.\" M

7 years ago 0 Comments