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Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro announced
At a press event preceding the Mobile World Congress, Sony Ericsson has just announced the Vivaz Pro. Just like SE's flagship Vivaz announced in January, Vivaz Pro allows consumers to produce and broadcast their best experiences in HD video. The open platform also allows users to personalise their entertainment experience by downloading great applications through PlayNow(TM) and the Symbian Developer Community. It adds a full QWERTY keyboard to the touch screen offering, delivering a user experience optimised for messaging and entertainment. The QWERTY keyboard allows consumers to communicate quickly and efficiently via email, SMS or social networking updates.

Features include:
* Full slide-out keyboard for faster typing
* Stay in touch through email, Twitter, Facebook, blogging and chat
* View everything on the 3.2" 16:9 wide touchscreen
* Capture the action in HD resolution (720p)
* PlayNow - immediate online access to applications, games and music
* S60 5th Edition with SE's Home screen and Satio's Media Player
* 5.1 Megapixel camera with autofocus and face detection
* Continuous autofocus in movies
* Image stabilizer
* Bluetooth stereo (A2DP)
* WebKit web browser
* Handwriting recognition
* Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
* FM radio
* A-GPS with Google Maps and Wisepilot navigation
* 3.5 mm audio jack and TV Out
* DLNA certified
* microUSB
* WiFi
* HSPA 900/2100 and GSM GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
* HSPA 850/1900/2100 and GSM GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
* Size: 109 x 52 x 15 mm
* Weight: 117 grams
* microSD memory card up to 16 GB (8 GB included)
* Processor speed: 720 MHz
* Available in selected markets from Q2 2010.

 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:34 in category
Python 2.0.0 released
Python for S60 2.0.0 is now released. This release runs on S60 3rd Edition, S60 3rd Edition FP1, S60 3rd Edition FP2 and S60 5th Edition devices. For the list of changes and supported features, please visit Forum Nokia.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:32 in category
Symbian Foundation completes the transition to Open Source
The Symbian Foundation today completed the open source release of the source code. The Symbian platform, which has been developed over more than 10 years and has shipped in more than 330 million devices around the world, is now completely open and the source code is available for free. The transition of this market-leading platform from proprietary code to open source is the largest in software history. The move has been completed four months ahead of schedule and provides the basis for unlimited mobile development based on innovation and openness.

Any individual or organization can now take, use and modify the code for any purpose, whether that be for a mobile device or for something else entirely. This strategic move provides the Symbian ecosystem with greater potential for innovation, faster time-to-market and the opportunity to develop on the platform for free. Symbian's commitment to openness also includes complete transparency in future plans, including the publication of the platform roadmap and planned features up to and including 2011. Anyone can now influence the roadmap and contribute new features.

Lee Williams, Executive Director of the Symbian Foundation, comments: "The development community is now empowered to shape the future of the mobile industry, and rapid innovation on a global scale will be the result. When the Symbian Foundation was created, we set the target of completing the open source release of the platform by mid-2010 and it's because of the extraordinary commitment and dedication from our staff and our member companies that we’ve reached it well ahead of schedule."

All 108 packages containing the source code of the Symbian platform can now be downloaded from Symbian's developer web site, under the terms of the Eclipse Public License and other open source licenses. Also available for download are the complete development kits for creating applications (the Symbian Developer Kit) and mobile devices (the Product Development Kit). These kits are compatible with Symbian^3, the very latest version of the platform, which is now fully open source and will be "feature complete" during Q1 of this year.

Read more: Full press release, Symbian blog, Introductory video, Platform Opening FAQ, Get started.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 22:13 in category
RAMblow keeps RAM free on your S60 phone, and more than ever before
RAMblow from CellPhoneSoft aims to maintain a healthy amount of available RAM memory to help running the phone smooth for a long time. The application provides automated memory management, as well as manual termination of running programs. The memory boost feature can blow RAM up to amounts never before seen. RAMblow is very simple to use, just let it run in the background, and you will never again find your phone lacking memory.

Major features:
* Unattended and manual management of running apps.
* Maintaining a healthy amount of free RAM for smooth phone operation.
* Memory optimization for executing large programs.
* Automatic memory cleanup after set idle time.
* Examination and manual closing of unwanted programs.
* Reporting the results of memory cleanup.
* Compatible with all Symbian S60 3rd and 5th edition phones by Nokia, Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 02:39 in category
[New] ABBYY FotoTranslate - OCR translator for S60
ABBYY FotoTranslate is an innovative solution for travel and business trips. Translate words with a single button push, wherever you are - you don't need to type unknown foreign words by hand. The program automatically recognizes the words taken on the camera of your smartphone and shows the translation. Snap a foreign word - get an instant translation using OCR (optical character recognition) - almost 30 language combinations are available!
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 00:40 in category

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