We spend a lot of time watching and listening to our smartphones and tablets. The younger you are the more likely you are to turn to them for watching a movie or TV show instead of an actual TV. For a lot of us it is our primary source of music with our own content or streaming services.
Developer Winocm has been busy on a special project of his, and today announced on his website that he recently achieved “one of the core milestones” of the mission: successfully porting the iOS core to a Nokia N900 smartphone, among other devices. He has a couple images to prove it, and goes on to detail […]
Darwin is the core operating system that lies under both Mac OS X and iPhone OS. It is the true core foundation that bridges the kernel to the actual UI above.
Darwin is the core operating system that lies under both Mac OS X and iPhone OS.
What do you get if you take an (arguably) classic and robust design from yesteryear and stick new internals inside?
When your last smartphone started to get a little long in the tooth, you probably just bought a new one. Maybe you kept the old one around as a backup.
It's not the sleekest gadget you've ever beheld, but this Nokia doppelganger is so modular you can even replace the motherboard yourself.
An anonymous reader writes “The latest device in the OpenPhoenux open hardware family is the Neo900, the first true successor to the Nokia N900. The Neo900 is a joint project of the Openmoko veteran Jörg Reisenweber and the creators of the GTA04/Letux2804 open hardware smartphone at Golden Delicious Computers. Furthermore, it is supported by the N900 Maemo5/Fremantle community, the Openmoko …
A smartphone hacker from Germany is looking to transplant a new motherboard into his Nokia N900, calling the new device the Neo900. The post German hackers try to revive a dead Nokia and make it the first ‘open’ phone appeared first on Digital Trends .
Nokia World 2013 in Abu Dhabi : TechPinas Will Be There! New Flagship Smartphone and Windows Tablet Expected To Be …
From the get go, I've made no secret of my admiration for Nokia. I mean, how can I not love this brand?