Several years back, Nokia started a line of mobile tablets that runs Linux Maemo that sports keyboards and bigger screens. Today, I’ve just read from MobileCrunch that the successor to the N810 is already in the works. So what’s exciting about this?
Well Nokia is on its way into crossroads of blurring the line between its tablets and mobile phones because the N900 will not only have wifi but this time a GSM radio and HSPA. More about the specs later but what’s pretty cool is if the Nokia OVI store will gain huge acceptance the way the Apple Appstore has and everyone gets their favorite app on the N900 and all the other Nokia phones out there.
Continue reading Nokia N900: Something better than the N97?
Apparently Intel and Nokia thinks that the world needs yet another open mobile platform besides Android, Limo, OpenMoko, Maemo and whatever else is out there.
Intel and Nokia have announced the oFono project which is an open source project for developing an open source telephony solution. oFono.org is a place to bring developers together around designing an infrastructure for building mobile telephony (GSM/UMTS) applications.
Continue reading oFono – yet another open mobile platform
The Limo Foundation, which promotes a Linux platform for mobile phones, has another new member. Opera has now joined the Limo Foundation.
Continue reading Opera joins the LiMo Foundation
It has been a couple of months since Google has provided an update for Android, the open mobile platform that uses Linux and Java, but wait no more ‘coz Google has just released another update in time for the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona.
Continue reading Android SDK update in time for World Mobile Congress
There are articles and pictures of a still unannounced Motorola ROKR E7. The mobile phone is rumored to be equipped with a 640×480 resolution 2.8-inch touch-screen.
Continue reading Unannounced Motorola touch screen mobile phone