Back in February, Google launched its fairly successful Google Buzz for mobile service, a tool to start conversations when you are out and about. Currently this service was only available for the iPhone OS and Android 2.0+, however Google have just announced an XHTML version of the Buzz website which can be accessed from many other mobile devices, including those running Nokia’s Symbian OS.
“Mobile Phones” Articles
May 28 2010
May 27 2010
Spitfire by Lionear Ltd is a loop-based audio recording and remixing application for mobile devices and it is currently available for Symbian S60 3rd and 5th Edition devices. It has four tracks for audio playback; audio can be either recorded through the device mic or loaded from a library of preset loops. Besides operating as a standalone app, Spitfire provides upload functionality for sending your tracks into Spitfireplayer.com. Check out the video demo after the break to find out more.
May 14 2010
After the official re-release of Sports Tracker last month, Sports Tracking Technologies Ltd have announced that the new version is now compatible with non-touch screen devices. Sports Tracker allows you to train better by keeping an accurate record of your progress. It collects all your data from calories burned while running to the average cycling speed over altitude. You can get maps, time and distance calculators, step count, and even heart rate when you use a compatible HR belt. All the data is stored in a diary so you can chart your progress, find your strengths and weaknesses, and share your results with others. Sports Tracker for Nokia touch-screen phones is one of the most downloaded applications in Nokia Ovi Store, so now you can join the million others with your non-touch device and share your sporting journey.
Apr 15 2010
At the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing in April 2010, the new software platform MeeGo was demonstrated on a variety of Internet connected devices from a netbook to Internet TV to smartphone and digital coupon machine with RFID. MeeGo 1.0 is the first version that comes from merging Intel’s Moblin and Nokia’s Maemo, so check out the videos after the jump to see what kind of things you can expect from MeeGo in the near future.