I’m going to confess something that’s likely to cost me Twitter followers, kill future career prospects and launch a mild Comment war: I’m not much of an app user. And I can’t understand those who are, either. Well, I can align with the casual user
Remember yesterday’s 9 second Nokia N9 ads ? Yes, the ones that are over if you decide the blink
In harmattan, if you want to access certain resources (E.G. Tracker) you need to ask for permission to the Security FW.
For the last two or three weeks, I’ve been battling the Black Dog. Those who know me well know that I suffer from chronic depression with acute patches
[Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are mine.] There has been a lot of discussion about MeeGo and its future, now reinforced with the launch of the Nokia N9 – a great product that seems to leave nobody indifferent. Here you have some thoughts cooked between #feb11 and tonight (even if Helsinki has little night to offer to mid-Summer visitors)
HTML5 seems to be the new buzz word for the cool kids, with most manufactures moving from Flash to HTML5 for their video streaming and other needs. So with that in mind, I though it’d be good to see how MeeGo/Harmattan, Android and iOS perform in an HTML5 faceoff
Here is some great news for those of you who love FM transmitters on your Nokia devices, the N9 indeed has support for both an FM transmitter and receiver, the only hitch is that there is no software to take advantage of it, yet.
Here is some great news for those of you who love FM transmitters on your Nokia devices, the N9 indeed has support for both an FM transmitter and receiver, the only hitch is that there is no software to take advantage of it, yet. I personally am a huge fan of FM transmitters on Nokia devices, it is something only they seem to put in smartphones and I would very much like Nokia to keep doing that, its an extremely convenient and wireless way to share music and even the not so technically inclined people love it