Ever wonder what stories of 2009 the people of the Internet found most interesting? I can’t really help you there, but I can tell you which stories on MobileCrunch got the most pageviews. Now, you might assume that most of our popular stories involved the iPhone, but — well, actually, you’d be right.
Nokia India has said it will continue to increase its footprint in the smartphone segment in India in the year 2010, contrary to recent reports in the international media that the company would reduce its smartphone portfolio.
Yesterday we saw a very cool device created by a modder called a Wireless Visual Interface. With it you can control and play on your PS3 as though it is a handheld device. Today we have a slightly different wireless PS3 controller in the form of a Nokia N900.
Nokia’s current devices with Qwerty keyboards allow users to type symbols or numbers by long-pressing a corresponding button… except the Nokia N900 . That’s going to change in a firmware update according to Maemo Bugmaster Andre Klapper .
www.maemocommunity.com Apple iPhone 3GS vs.
In 2009, mobile consumer devices including netbooks, e-readers, tablets, MIDs, PMPs, and mobile phones were increasingly dominated by embedded Linux or the Linux-based Android.
The Nokia n900 is not a cool phone, OK? It’s just not.