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Sat, 04.10.14

SATtracker for BlackBerry 10
With SATtracker for BlackBerry 10 you can track the ISS (International Space Station) and almost 1000 other satellites, see their current orbits and locations, calculate their visible night time passes over any location.

  • supports ISS and 920+ other satellites which can be quickly selected from the built-in database and changed anytime

  • automatically downloads current orbit data for highest precision, stores previously downloaded data for use without Internet connection

  • track the ISS and two other freely selectable satellites at once

  • see on map current satellite location and orbit path within the next hour with 5 minute steps

  • get a detailed list of all upcoming visible night time passes over any location (date & time, duration, azimuth and elevation of approach, transit and departure)

  • supports both GPS and manually entered coordinates of your location.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:26 in category
PanoRIMio for BlackBerry 10
PanoRIMio is a native (BB10 Cascades), feature rich Panoramio viewer for BlackBerry 10, providing you easy and quick access to tens of millions of Panoramio pictures from around the world, easier and quicker than on Panoramio itself. Countless images of any location are at your disposal within seconds and can be viewed in a multitude of ways.

Multiple location input options (address or place of interest, coordinates in either decimal or DMS format, map, current location from GPS) let you easily select the exact place you want to see pictures of, and you can even choose a range in kilometers around the selected point to include images from.

Don't want to browse by location? There is also a "Tag / Keyword" option that shows images by tags or subject - just type e.g. "HDR" to view tens of thousands of beautiful HDR pictures, or "sunset" to see countless sunset sceneries, or even "Car crash" for images of car accidents from all around the world. Or anything else you'd like to see.

Select from four gallery types to view the images in your preferred way: filmstip-like vertically scrollable list, tile grid, slideshow with configurable interval, or the classic map layer.

The application is also integrated with Google Maps and Street View, showing you the exact location an image was taken at.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:20 in category

Wed, 20.11.13

Jolla smartphones to feature HERE maps
Sailfish OS now supports HERE's mapping and positioning technology. Jolla announced an agreement to license positioning services and map technology from HERE, a Nokia business, to be used in Sailfish OS. This will provide users with up-to-date map data and rich location information, such as restaurants and hotels, from over 190 countries around the world.

Enabling fast and accurate retrieval of positioning information anywhere in the world, these services are essential for any mobile maps experience. A global map and location content offering also brings Jolla one step closer to achieving a fully equipped mobile operating system. The mapping asset is an integral part of Jolla's complete user experience.

"We are excited that HERE is providing its leading positioning services for Sailfish OS and that our maps application will be powered by HERE cloud services. This will help us deliver the optimal mobile maps experience to our customers," says Jolla CEO, Tomi Pienimäki.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:04 in category

Wed, 13.11.13

Jolla Harbour now available
Jolla has fixed some small issues and the Jolla Harbour has been relaunched today. Dry dock and slipway for Jolla developers - Jolla Harbour is home for developers with all the engineering tools needed to launch apps to Jolla Store.

At the moment it only supports free applications but Jolla has been working hard on adding support for commercial applications in near future.

If you are developing apps for Sailfish OS, simply go to and be ready for the upcoming launch of the Jolla phone!

 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:02 in category

Tue, 07.05.13

MoonCalc Pro and Biorhythms ported to BlackBerry 10 (Z10)
I've just finished porting MoonCalc Pro and Biorhythms from MeeGo/Symbian to BlackBerry 10 (Z10) and got them approved by RIM for distribution in the AppWorld store. The remaining applications will be released for the Z10 within the next two weeks, followed by Sailfish OS versions for the upcoming Jolla smartphones.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 08:16 in category

Tue, 30.04.13

Parental Controls for your child’s Blackberry
It's almost frightening how quickly technology develops these days. It doesn't seem like too long ago that phones were simple, making calls and sending texts. Now, we have phones that are essentially full computers, with full access to the internet and all its features; video calling, music sharing, maps, everything.

It's quite fantastic really, knowing that you have full connectivity anywhere; that millions of pages of information are at your fingertips wherever you go and you're never cut off from the world around you. The problem is that this applies to everyone that has a mobile phone, even your children. It means they can access the internet and all its videos, social media and app stores wherever they are, away from the protection of the family home and your watchful eye.

Some parents worry about what their children get up to on the internet, and that's only natural. There are many opportunities for mischief on the internet and some all too well known dangers too. Some parents might have already had something of a close shave or seen some warning signs, and want to prevent things from getting out of hand.

Luckily, mobile phone developers have kept up with parental pleas and included control features so parents can determine what features a child can access on their mobile - the best of these being the Parental Control app on Blackberry.

What is Parental Controls?

Parental Controls is a Blackberry app that allows you to disable or edit certain features on your child's phone. It is available for download from the BlackBerry® App World for any users on BlackBerry® 6 or BlackBerry® 7, and a version for BlackBerry® 5 should be available very soon. Those of you that purchased your phones after Summer 2012 should already have the application on your devices, so won't need to download it yourself.

How Parental Controls can give you peace of mind

The Parental Controls application gives you an array of options, allowing you to disable certain features entirely or just to edit or limit a feature. It doesn't only cover internet access and apps, but the phone’s own calling and messaging features as well, and even the camera. Editable features include:
  • Phone Calls: using this option you can enable or disable calls to the phone. You can also limit incoming calls only to contacts stored to the phone, meaning you child won't receive calls from anyone unknown.

  • Text Messages: enable or disable text messages.

  • Bluetooth: enable or disable direct file transfers from phone to phone over Bluetooth – your children and their friends might use this to share photos.

  • Location Services: use this feature to turn the phone GPS feature either off or on. This feature can show your child's location if used with certain apps, but is also needs to be on if they want directions to a destination from their location on Google Maps.

  • Browser: enable or disable internet access via the phone's web browser.

  • Youtube Uploader: decide whether or not your child can upload videos straight from their phone to Youtube.

  • Application installation: this might come in useful if your child is spending too much on apps. You can use this to disable the ability to download new apps to the phone.

  • Email accounts: enable or disable the addition of new email accounts to the phone.

  • Facebook and Twitter: enable or disable access to these two social media applications on your child's phone.

  • Camera: enable or disable the camera from use.

  • Blackberry Messenger: allow or prohibit access to the Blackberry Messenger application.

Once your chosen settings are in place, these are locked with a four number PIN to ensure your child can't interfere with your settings. You can then allow your child to use their phone with complete peace of mind.

More information on Blackberry Parental Controls can be downloaded from the Vodafone website. There's also plenty of good information and discussion available to read on the Blackberry blogs.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 09:42 in category

Thu, 28.06.12

Top tips for quicker streaming
Online streaming has become increasingly popular over the past few years; more and more people are streaming video, radio and audio as part of their everyday lives. Several internet radio sites such as Last FM and Spotify have made it easy and enjoyable to listen to songs and radio on your computer, whereas websites YouTube and other TV networks offer great quality video content for those who want to catch up on their favourite shows and movies.

However, many people find they have issues playing this content without realising there are some simple steps you can take to improve the experience and make streaming run more smoothly.

The first thing to do if you are having issues with streaming video, audio or other online media is to check your internet connection via a broadband speed test website; the most common problem with slow streaming is that your broadband connection is not suitable for your needs. Therefore make sure you are receiving the fastest possible connection available in your area and within your price bracket.

If you are unhappy with your internet connection, then upgrade to a faster option. If you have dial-up, get DSL or a cable modem connection. If you have a cable modem, try streaming during the day when fewer people are online or see if your ISP offers a higher-speed connection.

Another simple habit to get into is to wait until the entire video or song has loaded! Most online players will offer two progress bars which overlap. One shows the amount of media which has played, while the other shows the amount of media which has being downloaded. Wait until the media has fully downloaded to receive uninterrupted streaming with no buffering.

If you are streaming video, then consider looking for a lower resolution option. Many sites offer several sizes of video, or the choice between regular and high definition (HD); if you are having streaming issues then choose the lower resolution option which doesn’t take as much bandwidth to download.

Consider buying a new router, especially if you have one which is several years old. You can connect your computer to the router using an Ethernet cable as opposed to a wireless connection to help increase your connection speed. If you share a connection with others in your household or office, then try to stream media when the other computers are not online.
Lastly, you can increase your system's available memory. This is easily done by upgrading your computer’s hardware RAM, or even by closing programs which are not needed when you are attempting to stream video, audio or any other media.
Additionally, close any extra open browser tabs as well as each other these use up extra bits of memory.

If you are still having issues, consider rebooting your computer right before you begin to stream media to make sure the RAM cache is cleared out. This however is not a long term option, so it is recommended you consider using one of the other above options for a long term improvement to your streaming.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 18:13 in category

Sun, 08.04.12

Happy Easter


 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 13:14 in category

Tue, 21.06.11

MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan based Nokia N9 announced
At the CommunicAsia 2011 event today, Nokia has announced the new Nokia N9 based on MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan. Not just beautifully designed, the N9 also offers a wide range of powerful and advanced features.

It all comes together beautifully with the scratch-resistant glass merging perfectly into the smooth one-piece body. And there's innovation in every detail. The vivid AMOLED display brings everything to life right on the surface, plus the curved glass makes it easy to swipe the touch screen as you move between apps.

It all comes down to a simple swipe. This one idea makes everything feel effortless and completely natural as you use your phone. There are no back or home keys – just a continuous flow as you move from app to app. Swipe any edge of the screen to go home, then move easily between three home views.

Three views with everything you need. Start something new in the familiar Applications view, or go to the Open applications view to jump from one live app to another – great for picking up where you left off. The Events view is the place to see what’s happening right now in your world. Live Facebook updates and Tweets, real-time emails and other notifications, all in one place.

Get to where you want to go with free walk and drive navigation and turn-by-turn voice guidance. Find the best of everything in your city, including cafes, shops, concerts, hotels and more, with public transportation line views for over 80 cities worldwide. As maps for your region are preloaded, you can get started right away and save on data costs. Plus the dedicated Drive app is optimised for in-car use with simple touch controls.

Nokia N9 features a fast mobile web browser, so pages load on your screen in no time. And with HTML5 support you get the best of the web including rich apps and fast video playback. Everything is quick and highly responsive, plus you can keep multiple pages open at the same time and move easily between them.

A photo opportunity can come and go at any moment. Use the 8 MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics to take a great shot, or start filming in stunning high definition. The wide-angle lens means you get more friends in the picture – just tap to focus and shoot. Instantly share online for everyone to enjoy, or touch another NFC-enabled phone to share with someone close by.

Nokia N9 comes with quality must-have apps straight out of the box, including Skype, Facebook, Twitter, Accuweather and AP Mobile. You also get Angry Birds Magic to keep you entertained for hours, plus there are other essential apps and games at Ovi Store.

Just take a look at the detailed specifications....


* 1 GB RAM (operating memory)
* 16 GB or 64 GB of internal memory
* 3.9" 16:9 FWVGA capacitive AMOLED screen (854 x 480 pixels, 16.7 million colours)
* Scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla 2.5D curved glass, Anti-glare polariser
* Quad-band GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
* Penta-band WCDMA 850/900/1700/1900/2100
* 8 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics
* Wide-angle lens, True 16:9 imaging
* Large lens aperture of f/2.2, Focal length: 3.77mm / 28mm
* Dual LED flash, Digital shutter
* Continuous autofocus
* HD quality video capture in 720p resolution at 30 fps
* True 16:9 video recording
* Stereo sound recording
* HD 720p video playback
* Dolby Mobile and Dolby Digital support
* Dolby Headphone for enhancing your music experience with headphones
* 3.5 mm AV connector
* High-speed USB 2.0 with micro USB connector
* GPRS/EDGE class B, multislot class 33
* HSDPA cat 10 maximum speed up to 14.4 Mbit/s
* HSUPA cat 6 up to 5.7 Mbit/s
* WLAN IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n
* NFC (Near Field Communication) for easy pairing and sharing
* Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
* Capability to serve as data modem
* Micro SIM card
* Integrated GPS, A-GPS receivers
* Pure touch screen UI, all-screen front
* On-screen alphanumeric keypad and keyboard
* Dedicated power, camera and volume keys
* Integrated handsfree speaker
* Size: 116.45 x 61.2 x 7.6-12.1 mm
* Weight (with battery): 135 g
* Volume: 76 cc


* MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan
* On-screen alphanumeric keypad and keyboard
* Customisable wallpapers and lock screen
* Customisable profiles
* Ringtones: mp3, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, WMA, AMR-NB, AMR-WB
* Flight mode
* User interface simplified to three home views: events, applications and open apps
* Swipe gesture instantly takes you back to the home view you started from
* Multitasking and app switching through open apps view: a live snapshot of all running apps
* Apps compliant with Qt 4.7
* Software updates over the internet

* Detailed contact information
* Calendar, To-do list, Notes
* Support for MS Outlook synchronisation of contacts, calendar and to-do with Mail for Exchange
* Support for viewing documents in Word, Excel, Powerpoint, PDF and Open Document Formats
* Online calendar synchronisation with CalDAV
* Easy-to-use email client with attachment support for images, videos, music and documents
* HTML support for email
* Email client can combine multiple accounts into one easy-to manage inbox
* Easy setup for POP3, IMAP and Mail for Exchange services
* Multiple accounts per user supported
* Chat instant messaging support: Facebook, Skype, Gtalk, and services using sip
* Easy to move between multiple live conversations on open applications view
* Unified MMS/SMS editor
* Conversational view for SMS
* Push email Messages notifications shown in the event view
* Contacts: advanced contacts with support for multiple phone and email details per entry with personal thumbnail pictures

* Smart dialling to find phone numbers quickly
* Speed dialling, voice dialling (speaker independent)
* Notifications of missed calls shown on standby-screen, lock screen and events view
* Contacts application combines phone and online contacts together, such as Skype and Facebook.
* Automatic and manual contact merging. Conference calling

* Full web browsing of real web pages
* Fast and highly responsive browser based on Webkit2
* Multiple websites can be viewed in the live multitasking view
* Full browsing history
* Wide HTML5 support offers access to rich web applications and fast video playback
* Supported markup languages: HTML5, CSS 3, XHTML
* Supported protocols: HTTP v1.1
* TCP/IP support
* JavaScript support
* Web search integrated to browser
* Auto-completer for fast lookups
* Dynamic top sites page for fast access to favourite web sites
* Pinch gesture and double tap zooming
* RSS reader
* Support for streaming video
* Unified notifcations for Facebook, Twitter and RSS feeds in the Events view
* Social networking profiles and status updates merged into phone contacts
* Social networking events visible in phone calendar

* Ovi Maps with free voice-guided car and walk navigation
* Ovi Drive optimised for in-car navigation
* Wi-Fi network positioning
* Download more maps via Wi-Fi straight to the device
* Wi-Fi and Cellular network network positioning

* Camera settings: flash, scene mode, exposure, white balance, ISO, face tracking, aspect ratio and resolution
* Automatic location tagging (geotagging) of images and videos
* Images automatically taken in the correct orientation
* Pinch zoom in Photos image viewer
* View photos by tag, favourites, collection and slide show
* Photo editor with fast non-destructive editing, one-touch autofix, red-eye removal, straighten
* Automatic Motion Blur Reduction
* Support for download, streaming, and progressive download
* YouTube browsing and streaming
* Video sharing to YouTube
* Wide range of codecs supported for easy transfer and play, minimising the need to transcode
* Wide codec support: H.263, MPEG4-SP & ASP, H.264 BP/MP, WMV9 / VC-1 and Mkv (Matroska)
* HD playback support: MPEG-4 SP, H.264 BP
* HD capture support: MPEG4-SP
* Audio codecs: MPEG-4 AAC , eAAC, eAAC+, MPEG-1 audio Layer2 (MP2), MPEG-1 audio Layer3 (MP3), WMA 9, WMA Voice 9, WMA Lossless 9, WMA Professional 9 and 10, Dolby Digital Plus (AC-3 & E-AC-3), FLAC
* Bit rate up tp 320 kbps

* Support for OpenGL ES 2.0 enables 3D graphics

* Nokia Link: PC and Mac application for easily syncing photos, music and videos
* Key applications: Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Joikuspot Wi-Fi tethering, Accuweather, AP News, Swype, Track and Protect, Galaxy on Fire 2, Real Golf, Angry Birds Magic, Mail, video player, Drive, Feeds, search, calculator, Calendar, Contacts, music player, web browser, messaging, photos, photo editor, Ovi Store, Maps

Standard Sales Package:

* Nokia N9 all-screen smartphone
* Nokia Fast USB Charger AC-16
* Nokia Charging and Data Cable CA-185CD
* Nokia Stereo Headset WH-901

Learn more: Product Pages, Technical specifications, Gallery,, Nokia N9 UX Guidelines, Nokia Press, N9 Data Sheet (PDF), Nokia N9 Introduction Video (YouTube).
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 07:43 in category

Thu, 16.06.11

Forum Nokia becomes Nokia Developer
Forum Nokia has been renamed to Nokia Developer together with a new website design.

Quote from the announcement: "While this website might look a bit different now, we think you will agree we have made it simpler to understand. Whether you plan to develop and deploy mobile apps using Qt, Web or Java – or if you plan to begin crafting apps for Nokia with Windows Phone – you will notice that it is easy for you to reach any of the mobile development-related resources that you need to do your work quickly and efficiently. As you will see, this is part of an overall movement by Nokia to offer our global developer community a single point of service to design, develop and distribute mobile apps and content to consumers using the latest Nokia phones worldwide.

You will find a new developer library, as well as more space for timely news and updates that are important to you; and you will see improvements coming soon to the events and training section of this site, too."
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 15:29 in category
Ovi Suite Beta
Nokia Beta Labs has updated Nokia Ovi Suite 3.1 Beta to version

Downloading apps and maps is now much easier. You can get free apps directly from the Home view to your connected phone. Simply point to the app that you want and click "Download and install" to have it installed to your phone from Ovi Store.

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 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 15:27 in category

Thu, 19.05.11

New Gartner report for Q1 2011
Symbian sales (compared to Q1 2010) up from 24 to 27,5 million units but down from 44,2 to 27,4% in terms of marketshare (and that's simply because others now sell much more), Microsoft down from 6,3% to 3,6% (that's both Windows Phone and Windows Mobile) with Windows Phone sales alone as poor as 1,6 million (i.e. some 1,6% marketshare), only iOS and Android growing, the latter from 9,6% to over 36% (from 5,2 to 36,2 million units). Check out all the details @ Gartner.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:07 in category
MeeGo smartphones from Intel 'early next year', Nokia blamed for the delay
Intel's CEO Paul Otellini has just disclosed that Medfield based smartphones are on their way and the first models will come 'in the first part of 2012'. For the delay, Otellini blamed Nokia whom he called "a wrong partner to have picked". Fortunately, according to Otellini that time will not be wasted completely, as Intel now uses the project they developed together with Nokia as a reference design for their own MeeGo smartphone.

 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:33 in category

Wed, 27.04.11

Nokia transfers Symbian software activities to Accenture
Nokia announces plans to transfer Symbian software activities to Accenture, Accenture to provide future smartphone ecosystem services to Nokia.

Nokia and Accenture today announced plans for a strategic collaboration in which Nokia would outsource its Symbian software activities and transition about 3,000 employees to Accenture. At the same time, Accenture would provide mobility software services to Nokia for future smartphones.

The collaboration, which is subject to final agreement, calls for Accenture to provide Symbian-based software development and support services, with the expected transition of about 3,000 Nokia employees to Accenture. The companies expect completion of the final agreement during summer 2011, and expect the transition of employees by the end of the calendar year 2011. Transitioning employees, located in China, Finland, India, United Kingdom and the United States, will initially work on Symbian software activities for Nokia. Over time, Accenture and Nokia will seek opportunities to retrain and redeploy transitioned employees.

This collaboration also includes plans for Accenture to provide mobility software, business and operational services around the Windows Phone platform to Nokia and other ecosystem participants. Under the proposed agreement, Accenture would become a preferred partner for Nokia's smartphone development activities, as well as a preferred provider of services.

"Mobility is a key area for Accenture," said Marty Cole, chief executive, Accenture Communications and High Tech group. "This collaboration with Nokia will enhance our ability to help clients across multiple industries leverage mobility to advance their business agendas. It is a real win-win for Accenture and Nokia".

"This collaboration demonstrates our ongoing commitment to enhance our Symbian offering and serve our smartphone customers," said Jo Harlow, executive vice president for Smart Devices, Nokia. "As we move our primary smartphone platform to Windows Phone, this transition of skilled talent to Accenture shows our commitment to provide our Symbian employees with potential new career opportunities."

Accenture and Nokia have been working together since 1994. In October 2009, Accenture acquired Nokia's professional services unit that provides engineering and support of the Symbian operating system to mobile device manufacturers and service providers, and which then served as a key building block in Accenture's Mobility services portfolio.

Read more: Press release.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 17:49 in category

Sun, 24.04.11

Happy Easter


 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:20 in category

Mon, 07.03.11

Digia acquires Qt commercial licensing business from Nokia
Digia Plc. has signed an agreement with Nokia to acquire the Qt commercial licensing and services business. Through the proposed acquisition, around 3500 desktop and embedded customer companies from various industries are targeted to be transferred to Digia. The transaction is expected to be closed by the end of March 2011. Nokia will continue to invest in future development of Qt for the benefit of all users, both Commercial and LGPL.

As a result, the commercial licensing and service operations business is to be run by Digia, with existing and new commercial customers, who will benefit from the continuity of development of desktop and embedded Qt functionality and new service models. Building on Digia's leading Qt expertise, this acquisition further accelerates Digia's direction towards international, product based business and significantly widens Digia's Qt customer base. To further strengthen its global presence, Digia will establish subsidiaries in USA and Norway as part of the transaction.

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 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 14:55 in category

Sun, 13.02.11

In the next months you'll probably witness an EXODUS among Symbian sites, rapidly rebranding, switching to other platforms, closing.

My-Symbian, the oldest Symbian community site in the Internet launched in 1999 (as N9k World and then, has been accompanying the Symbian operating system and Nokia's smartphones (including GEOS Communicators) during whole its existence, 12 years now. Almost 250 terabytes of traffic served, billions of page impressions, up to 20 million visits a year (and close to 200 million in total), over 100 million app downloads, over 130.000 registered forum users (after serveral clean-ups, more than 200.000 registrations in total), close to 400.000 posts on the forum. Thousands of Symbian phones bought from our recommendation.

And we are going to STAY here, and keep supporting the Symbian platform, no matter which way things go. Very soon, when the exodus begins, you will be able to clearly distinguish what has been a true Symbian COMMUNITY, and what was a business built on Symbian's (now passing) popularity and fortune, quickly rebranded and modified to follow where money goes now.

When you look for a Symbian site in 6 or 12 months, type our URL and be sure that the site will still be there.

Our support for Maemo and MeeGo also fully continues.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 23:40 in category

Sat, 12.02.11

Quo Vadis Nokia
Unlike all other sites, I will not get into endless discussions about what happened yesterday.

Why? Because I'd have to say some invectives, and I don't want to do that. And because, at least for now, I really don't have much to say. Or what would you expect me to say about company that consciously and intentionally self-degrades from a maker of two great and unique mobile operating systems (including the oldest one from which everything started) to a role of HTC clone, i.e. a hardware factory for a vendor of an alien operating system?

Oh, it's not even a HTC clone, as they at least support multiple operating systems, quite evenly. And what did they prove with yesterday's announcement if not that they are unreliable, not trustworthy, unpredictable? Or that the day on which they acquired Symbian was the beginning of its end? Or that a person buying their phone can NEVER be sure that it won't be the last device based on that platform, i.e. not worth any investments in 3rd party software, accessories and such, which one won't be able to reuse in the future?

Or that if you want to develop for Nokia products, you should never focus solely on their platform and always have some alternative one, or you may be left with nothing anytime? Or what should a webmaster like me say after investing 12 years of life, a lot of effort, money and devotion in the oldest Symbian website in the Internet? What should N900 users say now? They invested their money in a commercial product that shortly after that turned out to be "step 5 out of 6".

But they somehow managed to accept it. Now it turns out that "step 6 out of 6" has been ditched. Maemo was launched, but never given a chance to spread its wings as it didn't get any promotion or proper support and the MeeGo announcement literally killed it off. But no one expected that it could be even worse: that MeeGo won't even be given that little chance Maemo had. How many people bought Symbian ^3 phones because of countless promises of fantastic Symbian ^4 devices following them soon? In the past few months the numbers disappeared, now it's just "Symbian". Good move, now Nokia can say that it's SYMBIAN that's "non-competitive", otherwise they would have to say "S60", i.e. Nokia's UI on top of it. The user interface that they failed to improve since 2005, the year when they killed off the great Series 90 platform and decided to "merge" it into Series 60.

Six years ago they ditched that great fully touch-enabled (and even partly finger-optimized) UI and instead decided.... to re-create touch from scratch on S60, i.e. the only existing Symbian UI (originating from Pearl DFRD) that... was NEVER meant to support touch. The craziest idea of the century.

But there's more:

- Series 80 platform - ditched
- the Communicator series - ditched
- N-Gage - ditched
- Series 90 platform - ditched
- UIQ platform - ditched (yes, they could have saved it when they acquired Symbian and SE's shares)
- Maemo - ditched
- MeeGo - ditched
- Symbian - ditched (after 6 years wasted on failed attempts to improve the S60 UI).

The last four years were enough for Google and Apple to create their entire new platforms from scratch and refine them multiple times. For Nokia six years weren't enough to just polish the UX. I really don't know what to say.

And I want to avoid invectives, so I won't say anything about millions of people (users, developers, webmasters) feeling betrayed and cheated. Instead, I'm just trying to find a single reason that could make me, and probably lots of other (soon former) Symbian and Maemo users buy a Nokia Windows phone. Design? HTC or Samsung aren't that much worse in this regard. Zeiss camera? I wouldn't be surprised if HTC were just now talking with Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sigma, Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus, etc. regarding a new camera for their phones, it's not that only Zeiss can deliver it. Hardware? Specifications of Samsung or HTC phones with 1 GHz Snapdragon and 512 MB RAM for quite a long time have been exceeding ANY Nokia phone ever made. Ovi Maps? Same maps can be found in other navigation software, present on every smartphone. Ovi Store? Who needs it on an Android phone if one has the Android Market, or on a WP7 phone where there is MS Marketplace. So what's left other than just the brand? Surely not the price, as Asian-based HTC can probably always be cheaper...

Nokia missed the point. People were buying Nokia phones first of all for their systems, Symbian and Maemo, and not for the "Nokia" brand alone. If they're ditched, what's left? But if Nokia really wanted to get an alien OS, it should have been the Android. The Dalvik VM port has been announced for MeeGo, and probably could also be ported to Symbian.

This way Nokia could have had all three systems running thousands of Android applications. And if they ported Qt to Android (EDIT: it has already been ported! - by freelance Romanian developer! - see here), they could have also had all three systems running Qt apps. A perfect combination, consistent and logical. Make everything compatible, make money on selling Android phones while slowly "in the background" polishing MeeGo and Qt to strike back with exciting and powerful Symbian and MeeGo phones in a year or so. And during that time, having Android compatibility through Dalvik VM, Symbian and Maemo users probably wouldn't even be complaining too much that they have to wait...

But no, they had to do it the worst possible way. Worst for existing Symbian and Maemo users, worst for developers and webmasters, and eventually also worst for themselves.

What a misery.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:39 in category

Tue, 08.02.11

Texas Instruments announces OMAP 5 processors
Texas Instruments has announced the OMAP 5 platform. And it's "not just a faster horse", it transforms the concept of 'Mobile'. The OMAP 5 platform sports an impressive list of features and benefits supporting everything from open source platforms to complementary TI technologies, including:

  • Two ARM Cortex-A15 cores, up to 2 GHz each - 3x higher performance to deliver the promise of mobile computing

  • Two ARM Cortex-M4 cores - Low-power offload and real-time responsiveness

  • Multi-core 3D graphics and dedicated 2D graphics - 5x higher graphics performance; accelerated and more responsive user interfaces

  • Multi-core imaging and vision processing unit - Next-generation computational photography experiences - face recognition, object recognition and text recognition

  • Multi-core IVA HD video engine - 1080p HD video and high performance, low bit rate video teleconferencing

  • Advanced, multi-pipeline display sub-system - Supports multiple video/graphics sources for composition

  • Can support four simultaneous displays - Supports three high-resolution LCD displays (up to QSXGA) and HDMI 1.4a 3D display

  • High performance, multi-channel DRAM and efficient 2D memory support - Supports advanced use cases with multiple ARM cores and multimedia operation; provides better user experiences without lag or quality degradation

  • TI M-Shield mobile security technology with enhanced cryptography support - End-to-end device and content protection

  • New, high-speed interfaces - Supports USB 3.0 OTG, SATA 2.0, SDXC flash memory and MIPI CSI-3, UniPort-M and LLI interfaces to support higher Wi-Fi and 4G network and HD content data rates

  • Optimized audio, power and battery management platform solutions - Complementary TI devices for an optimized OMAP 5 platform solution

  • Next-generation connectivity technologies - HD wireless video streaming, wireless display, mobile payments and enhanced location-based services.

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 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 19:06 in category

Thu, 27.01.11

Nokia financial results: 28.3 million smartphones in Q4 2010
Nokia today released financial results for Q4 2010 and for full year 2010:

* 28.3 million units in Q4 2010, up 36% year-on-year and 7% sequentially
* Nokia's mobile device volume market share decreased to 32% in 2010, compared to 34% in 2009.

Click below for full details.

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 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 20:37 in category

Fri, 31.12.10

The Evolution Of Maemo - comparison between the N900 and N810
dannycamps, a long time Communicator user and an owner of the Nokia N900 for over a year, has recently purchased the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet based on Maemo 4. In his N900 vs. N810 comparison - The Evolution Of Maemo - he shares his opinions and observations about how Maemo has been evolving, what changed to better or to worse and what are the biggest cons and pros of both devices, and illustrates it with lots of screenshots and photos.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 11:34 in category

Fri, 24.12.10

Merry Christmas!
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! Let all your dreams come true. We wish you peace, happiness and all the best. And... happy holidays!
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 17:09 in category

Sat, 18.12.10

Symbian Foundation websites closed today
Most of Symbian Foundation websites closed today as a step in the transition to licencing-only organisation. The most important content (SDKs, OS source code, documentation, etc.) can still be obtained (until March 31, 2011) via FTP.

Read more on the Symbian Foundation blog (which will remain online during the transition period).

From now on, the Symbian OS will be further developed by Nokia who confirmed their full committment to Symbian and focus on Qt and HTML5 for application development across both Symbian and MeeGo. More on the Nokia's Symbian blog.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:15 in category

Thu, 02.12.10

Nokia: MeeGo will not displace Symbian as enterprise OS
Nokia has said it will stick with Symbian as its main business-phone platform even when MeeGo, the handset-maker's new top-end operating system, is released.

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 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 17:35 in category

Fri, 19.11.10

Samsung to focus on Windows 7 Phone
Only several weeks ago Samsung announced that they drop support for the Symbian platform and now it seems that another serious change is on the horizon. Samsung's Sitthichoke Nopchinabutra announced that the company is going to focus on development of Windows Phone 7 based smartphones, rather than Android, as they consider Windows Phone a better platform. Therefore, Windows Phone will get the highest priority, at the expense of Android, and even Samsung's own Bada.

Sitthichoke said that Samsung cell phones releases for the upcoming years have already been scheduled and for every 50 Windows Phone based models there will be just 24 Android phones and only 5 Bada ones. This seems to be a very interesting and intriguing change considering Android's huge (and rapidly growing popularity) and also that Samsung's recent Android based smartphone, the Galaxy S, has been a huge market hit.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:19 in category

Thu, 21.10.10

Qt will be the only development framework on Symbian and MeeGo
Nokia has announced that Qt will be the only application development framework, see press release.

Nokia further refines development strategy to unify environments for Symbian and MeeGo. Sole focus on Qt framework and support for HTML5 further clarifies platform strategy and enables the continuous evolution of the Symbian experience.

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 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 23:33 in category
Lee Williams leaves the Symbian Foundation
Executive director Lee Williams leaves the Symbian Foundation and is replaced by finance director Tim Holbrow, see Reuters article. Excerpt:

The Symbian Foundation, the organisation in charge of the world's most widely used smartphone platform, on Tuesday named its chief financial officer Tim Holbrow to take over as executive director. Lee Williams, who had run the organisation since Nokia bought out other shareholders and spun it off into an open-source structure, has stepped down from his position as executive director for personal reasons, the foundation said.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 23:09 in category
Nokia Q3 2010 results
Nokia has announced Q3 2010 results, see press release.

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 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 22:05 in category
Symbian smartphones and services to be streamlined
Nokia has announced that its Symbian smartphones and services are to be streamlined, see press release.

Nokia has today communicated to its employees the company's plans to accelerate its transformation and increase effectiveness. The plans include simplifying operations in product creation in Nokia's Symbian Smartphones organization, as well as Nokia's Services organization and certain corporate functions. The plans are expected to result in a reduction of up to 1800 employees globally.

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 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 12:17 in category

Thu, 30.09.10

25% OFF all Symbian software
Just in case your missed the news, there is an ongoing promotion at the My-Symbian Software Store - 25% OFF all Symbian software.

Select all the games and apps you want to buy and simply use the MY25 code to instantly get 25% off their total price! Such a high discount on all available apps does not happen often, so HURRY UP! Only several days left!
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 18:30 in category

Thu, 16.09.10

Huge 25% discount on all Symbian software
Buying software from OVI is convenient, but buying software from My-Symbian is MUCH CHEAPER!

Starting from today, during a limited period of time, we offer you huge 25% discount on all software available at the My-Symbian Software Store. Select all the games and apps you want to buy and simply use the MY25 code to instantly get 25% off their total price!

Hurry up, such a high and unrestricted discount is a time limited offer!
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 10:06 in category

Sat, 11.09.10

Nokia has a new CEO
Nokia has announced that Stephen Elop will replace Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo as President and CEO as of September 21, 2010, see press release. Excerpt:

Nokia's Board of Directors has appointed Stephen Elop President and Chief Executive Officer of Nokia as of September 21. Elop currently heads Microsoft's Business Division. Before joining Microsoft, Elop held senior executive positions in a number of US-based public companies, including Juniper Networks, Adobe Systems Inc. and Macromedia Inc. He holds a degree in computer engineering and management from McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, which is his home country.

"The time is right to accelerate the company's renewal; to bring in new executive leadership with different skills and strengths in order to drive company success. The Nokia Board believes that Stephen has the right industry experience and leadership skills to realize the full potential of Nokia. His strong software background and proven record in change management will be valuable assets as we press harder to complete the transformation of the company. We believe that Stephen will be able to drive both innovation and efficient execution of the company strategy in order to deliver increased value to our shareholders," said Jorma Ollila, Chairman of the Nokia Board of Directors.

Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo will leave his current position as President and CEO of Nokia on September 20, 2010 and his position on the Nokia Board of Directors with immediate effect. He will continue to chair the Board of Nokia Siemens Networks in a non-executive capacity.

As of September 10, 2010, the Nokia Board will consist of the following members: Jorma Ollila (Chairman), Dame Marjorie Scardino (Vice Chairman), Lalita D. Gupte, Bengt Holmström, Dr. Henning Kagermann, Per Karlsson, Isabel Marey-Semper, Risto Siilasmaa, Keijo Suila.

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 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 14:39 in category

Thu, 09.09.10

ARM unveils Cortex-A15 Mpcore Processor
ARM unveiled Cortex-A15 Mpcore Processor to dramatically accelerate capabilities of mobile, consumer and infrastructure applications. Unprecedented levels of performance, power-efficiency, and technology leadership accelerate industry momentum to deliver extraordinarily innovative products.

ARM today introduced the Cortex-A15 MPCore processor that delivers a 5x performance improvement over today's advanced smartphone processors, within a comparable energy footprint. In advanced infrastructure applications the Cortex-A15 processor running at up to 2.5GHz will enable highly scalable solutions within constantly shrinking energy, thermal and cost budgets. The Cortex-A15 processor is available for licensing today and is targeted at manufacture in 32nm, 28nm, and future geometries.

As the latest addition to ARM's Cortex-A family of processors, the Cortex-A15 MPCore processor will enable a new and vast array of products ranging from next-generation smartphones, tablets, large-screen mobile computing and high-end digital home entertainment devices through to wireless basestations and enterprise infrastructure products.

The debut of the Cortex-A15 MPCore processor enhances the ARM Cortex-A Series of processors by providing the electronics industry with the broadest range of software and feature-set compatible processors. The Cortex-A15 extends the capabilities of the ARM Cortex-A Series by adding efficient hardware support for OS virtualization, soft-error recovery, larger memory addressability and system coherency. While remaining true to ARM's power-efficient design heritage, the Cortex-A15 MPCore processor brings a new level of performance scalability as well as a feature set that enables ARM Partners to address a range of innovative and traditional markets with a single processor architecture.

The Cortex-A15 also enjoys full application compatibility with all of the other highly acclaimed Cortex-A processors. This enables immediate access to an established developer and software ecosystem including Android, Adobe Flash Player, Java Platform Standard Edition (Java SE), JavaFX, Linux, Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7, Symbian and Ubuntu, along with more than 700 ARM Connected Community members providing applications software, hardware and software development tools, middleware and SoC design services.

The Cortex-A15 MPCore processor will be supported by specifically optimized ARM Physical IP that was developed jointly with the processor. These optimizations enable rapid development of leadership physical implementations, initially targeting 32nm and 28nm technologies with a roadmap extending to 20nm.

The processor is also supported by a broad range of ARM technology including the AMBA 4 compliant CoreLink system IP, CoreSight debug and trace IP, Mali Graphics, and a robust set of development tools. This technology is complemented by a broad range of SoC and software design solutions, tools and services from the ARM Connected Community ecosystem to provide ARM Partners with a smooth path through the development, verification and production of full function, compelling devices while significantly reducing time-to-market.

Read more: Press release, Technical specifications.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 22:24 in category

Thu, 26.08.10

Nokia and Intel open a joint lab and collaborate on 3D user experience
This month, Nokia and Intel have established a new, collaboratively owned and run laboratory at the Centre for Internet Excellence at the University of Oulu. The initial focus of the lab will be graphics: making new, next-generation graphical experiences for mobile users. There's already a strong 3D internet research community established at the Centre, and the partners hope to tap into that excellence to help inspire their own projects. The Centre produced realXtend, an open source platform for interconnected 3D worlds, for example. The lab's first projects involve creating new user interfaces for MeeGo and potentially other platforms that use 3D graphics in ways that are new, easy-to-use and enjoyable. Read more....
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 00:00 in category

Thu, 05.08.10

Symbian Ships Nearly 300,000 Devices A Day In Q2 2010
The Symbian Foundation today revealed it has shipped over 27 million devices in the Q2 period. This equates to almost 300,000 per day, 207 per minute or over three a second. These figures, released in Canalys' latest report, highlight Symbian's continued position as the world's most popular smartphone operating system, which has now become the first to be shipped in over 25 million devices in the space of one quarter.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 14:22 in category

Thu, 22.07.10

Symbian ^3 not a short-lived step stone, says Nokia
If you thought Symbian^3 is meant to be just a short-lived stepping stone in Nokia's smartphone evolution, then you'll be surprised. Starting with the upcoming N8, Nokia aims to ship more than 50 million Symbian^3 devices in the coming years, alongside devices using other versions of the Symbian OS, said Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo and CFO Timo Ihamuotila, talking with industry analysts today. They promised a whole "family" of Symbian^3 devices, reinforcing Nokia's strategy that Symbian will remain at the heart of its smartphones in the future.

"The feedback from operators on the N8 and Symbian^3 has been very good," they said. "The Nokia N8 will have a user experience superior to that of any smartphone Nokia has produced. I'm optimistic that the N8 will be the first step towards overcoming the challenges we face at the high end of our portfolio."

Nokia N8

They explained that the N8 and Symbian^3 mark a change in the way Nokia creates smartphones. For one thing, the approach is a lot more software-centric, which should make product development easier. For another, Symbian^3 will also be much more uniform across different phones than has been the case with previous Symbian releases. This spells good news for developers (and the people that use their applications) since they will be able to more easily create apps that work across the whole family.

They also touched on the role of Symbian and MeeGo in Nokia's portfolio. "Symbian is about leveraging scale and expanding the smartphone category to cover a broad mass market footprint. In contrast, MeeGo is about leveraging speed and agility to create industry leading flagship solutions."

Source: Nokia Conversations.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 23:36 in category

Tue, 20.07.10

Nokia Siemens buys Motorola's networking branch
Nokia and Motorola have just made one of the biggest deal in the history of mobile phones business: Motorola gets badly needed $1.2b cash and Nokia gets its networking division, which will help it expands its mobile technology, especially on the US market. The part of Motorola acquired by Nokia is responsible for technology of wireless transmission of signals through GSM and CDMA networks around the planet, except for Motorola's "push to talk" technology now licenced to Sprint Nextel. Nokia will also gain some 7500 former Motorola employees.

Both companies benefit from the deal as Motorola was going to split into two separate companies anyway (and mainly focus on mobile phones) and was looking for funds to cover the process, while Nokia keeps trying to expand its presence on the US market. Acquiring Motorola's networking branch will give Nokia access to Verizon, the biggest US mobile operator.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 09:04 in category

Thu, 04.02.10

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

Fri, 08.01.10

20% discount site wide - All Symbian software discounted!
Don't miss the last days of our special offer: 20% discount on ALL Symbian software at the My-Symbian Software Store!

Simply add any programs you want (and any number of them) to your shopping cart and use FESTIVE discount code to instantly get 20% off the total price.

This promotion is time limited (and only applicable once per user), so hurry up and grab all the programs you want before it's too late!
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:11 in category

Mon, 07.12.09 (beta) launched!
After several weeks of preparations, we're now ready to launch!

Yet another, new Maemo site? Well, not really new, and not really just 'yet another'. It's based on my 10 year experience with running My-Symbian. And it's going to be different than other existing sites, and unique, with its own flavor.

We're not starting with just empty pages. Right now, the site offers you the following content:

* our own Maemo Software Catalog with over 270 applications listed, with screenshots and short descriptions. For now, it's probably the biggest online catalog of Maemo 5 software.

* our own Maemo Downloads where we will be sharing applications which are not currently available in other Fremantle repositories. In the beginning, they will be mainly applications written for previous Maemo releases and devices, not yet ported to Maemo 5, but tested by us and found to be running just fine

* our own Software repository which will contain the same files as in Downloads, just easier to install and maintain via your phone's App Manager

* F.A.Q pages containing answers to the most frequently asked Maemo related questions

* Useful Tips & Tricks letting you use your device easier and quicker

* Our Nokia N900 preview - please read it if you haven't yet as it is a good base for our full review coming next week

* Our Maemo Discussion Forums - even now, at site launch, with almost 2500 posts and almost 70 threads.

We're launching the site with this old (yeah, we know, quite dated) design not to further delay it, but we consider it just a "beta" phase, so stay tuned for a brand new look and much more features coming soon!
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 17:39 in category

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