Skype video calling just rolled out for iOS devices, but it has been available on the N900 and Maemo 5 for seven months. The N900 is still the ultimate Skype mobile phone.
Efforts to put Android 2.3.1 on the Nokia N900 came to fruition last week, and now there’s a video demo to prove it. DrunkDebugger has released footage of the platform transplant – which is still a work-in-progress for the moment – and while the resistive touchscreen of the N900 might not be up there alongside
Running Android on the Nokia N900 has been an ongoing theme for the better part of the past year — and with hardware designed from the ground up to be both hackable and high-end, we’d expect no less.
Experimental build. WIP: codecs, voicecalls, gps, camera.
Carriers have been poking at each other about 4G and technically no one had 4G until a couple weeks ago when the ITU stated that our US wireless carriers’ data networks can indeed be considered 4G.
The Nokia N900 continues to show its appeal this week; after getting Android 2.3 Gingerbread on Wednesday, now the Maemo smartphone has become the next way to control Parrot’s AR.Drone. As we found in our AR.Drone review, Parrot only offers iOS remote control apps officially, and has left the APIs open for developers to create
2010 was a very exciting one for smartphone enthusiasts and 2011 will be even more exciting. Large touch screen phones dominated and I don’t think we are going back to small screens.
Nokia’s N900 continues to prove itself a firm favorite with the modding community, now managing to get an Android 2.3 Gingerbread port before Google has even managed the official release for the Nexus One. The handiwork of NITDroid team member Alexey Roslyakov – aka DrunkDebugger – the port isn’t 100-percent functional but does allow for cellular
Nokia is known for making powerful phones. This can clearly be seen in phones such as the Nokia N97, The Nokia N900, and The Nokia E7