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iPhone web apps enrich the S60 browsing experience

August 3rd, 2007 3 Comments

If you don’t already know, the S60 browser is based on WebKit, an open source browser engine – the same engine used by Safari on the iPhone. Thus, many of the ‘web apps’ designed for the iPhone work flawlessly on S60’s Web Browser. There are numerous websites which contain catalogs of applications (free and paid) […]

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Smartphones Show #39

July 30th, 2007 No Comments

The Smartphone Show #39 is up on Steve Litchfield’s website. Steve gives us a hands-on review of the Nokia 6120 S60 multimedia computer and the new SE P1i. He’s also reviewed MobiCal, an online tool to sync your PIM data with any phone supporting Sync-ML. The 6120 is a phone that I’ve really wanted to […]

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Jealous Computers – Prevention is better than cure!

July 28th, 2007 2 Comments

If you haven’t already seen it, go to the Jealous Computers website to see how frustrated and jealous computers are retaliating against owners of Nokia’s new Multimedia Computers. But as they say, Prevention is better than cure! So here are some tips to prevent you from becoming the next featured victim on the Jealous Computers […]

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Speed Dials for Web Browsing on Multimedia Computers

July 28th, 2007 No Comments

I do a lot of wap browsing on my N91 and I feel that the current bookmarking system isn’t all that great! With over 30+ bookmarks (and that’s very less by other people’s standards), its really annoying that the only way I can scroll is either up or down when selecting bookmarks. I was trying […]

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The Nokia Mobile Web Server – Revisited

June 24th, 2007 2 Comments

Back in Feb, I posted a complete walkthrough of setting up the Raccoon Mobile Web Server, the earlier version of Nokia’s Mobile Web Server.A lot has changed since using Raccoon and the app has improved a lot and the new web interface is quite awesome. As before, the web server is completely hackable. Fellow blogger […]

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Nokia Media Transfer Beta for Mac

June 9th, 2007 No Comments

Finally, the long awaited PC Suite (sort of) for the Mac is here with the release of the Nokia Media Transfer Beta. The current version of the app supports only N-Series devices. There is no support for E-series and normal S60/S40 devices as of now. The app is relatively easy to install. Simply unzip the […]

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