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Tag Archives: Nokia
The Inquirer: “FINNISH PHONE MAKER Nokia has announced plans to outsource Symbian development and support to the IT management consulting firm Accenture.” Accenture: Where old software goes to die.
Symbian is dead! All hail Meego! “Nokia’s premier range of devices, the N Series, will bid adieu to the Symbian operating environment and go MeeGo full time after the introduction of the N8. That’s what we’ve just heard directly from … Continue reading
Canalys has released its smartphone market share figures for Q1 2010, and the big winners are undoubtedly Apple, HTC and Motorola, all of which posted treble-digit growth in unit shipments compared to the equivalent quarter of 2009. To put that … Continue reading
Apparently, Apple is now responsible for via killing hardware innovation throughout the industry, at least according to John Biggs. Remember when Apple bought up all the Flash memory? Well, Apple has also cornered the market in touchscreens. A few months … Continue reading
Brand Republic: Nokia‘s Ovi application store is now attracting one million downloads a day around the world, the company has claimed.The store was launched in May last year, allowing the handset manufacturer to join the progress in apps being made … Continue reading
Most years are full of idiocy. But I think I can make a decent case for this year being the worst on record, at least from the perspective of writing about technology. This was the year when tech writing plumbed … Continue reading
Image via CrunchBase The hype machine is in overdrive. Google has confirmed that it has issued special Android-running “dogfood” phones to some of its employees, and every tech blog is speculating about when this will be released to the public … Continue reading
Robert Scoble has a post up about why Apple’s key advantage is the breadth of the app store. And he’s right – but the game isn’t over yet. 85,000 is the headline figure, and what it allows Apple to leverage … Continue reading
But, as he says (and the Palm Pre proves) “innovation doesn’t stop here”.