Posts Tagged ‘ symbian ’

N95 GPS Revisited

April 14, 2008
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I previously have written about the N95 GPS in August 2007: My love/hate relationship with the N95 GPS . Since that time, Nokia has released new software that improves the utility of the GPS significantly. Opinions vary about the N95 GPS, as can be seen from the comments on the above post. However, the fundamental…

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Symbian Signed Followup

February 29, 2008
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Bruce Carney from Symbian was nice enough to comment on my earlier “Why Symbian Signed must die” post. There is no intent to prevent long term access. The Symbian Signed infrastructure hit a step change in demand. In periods of overload we have a policy to prioritize the service to ensure professional users can continue…

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Why Symbian Signed must die

February 14, 2008
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Why Symbian Signed must die

With the latest S60 “3rd Edition” phones (such as the N95, N81 etc), Nokia in their infinite wisdom, has decided for us that we users don’t want to install “freeware” apps any more. These phones now require all apps to be “signed” – they don’t give the option to the user to install an unsigned…

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