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Nokia Ovi mobile app store goes live... and crashes

Nokia opened the doors to its Ovi Store today. The Ovi Store is Nokia's answer to the iPhone App Store, and it provides access to 20,000 programs that you can download and install on a number of Nokia phones running the latest Symbian operating system. Or at least it's supposed to. Because for much of the morning, the Ovi Store has been unreachable. Here's how it's supposed to work. Users with ...

Zoho Docs goes mobile

Zoho has launched a new mobile interface for its web-based office and productivity applications. That includes a mail and calendar app, as well as word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database utilities. To launch the mobile version of Zoho, just visit m.zoho.com in any mobile browser. Or if you just want to see what the interface looks like, you can use the same URL in a desktop browse...

YouTube launches video player for Windows Mobile, Nokia S60

Google has launched a new mobile video player for Windows Mobile and Symbian Series 60 phones. The application adds support for additional phones, boots faster than previous versions, and streams video optimized for 3G and WiFi connections. You can use the application to search or browse for videos and play them on your device. When you click play, videos will launch in full screen mode. To inst...

Symbian moves to a 6 month release schedule

The Symbian Foundation is planning to move to twice a year release schedule, which means user -- and more importantly, cellphone makers -- will be able to plan for updates. The Symbian operating system is found on millions of cellphones. Symbian won't be the first operating system to be released on a regular schedule, as opposed to "when it's ready." The folks at Canonical have been releasing a ...

Weird Wednesday: Windows 3.11 on a phone, gaming by brain waves

This morning, Brad wrote about one enterprising individual's success with getting lightweight Linux window managers running on an Android handset. That's cool and all, but a user at Polish site FrazPC has taken things to a whole new level of nerdiness. His project: getting Windows 3.11 to run on the Symbian-powered Nokia N95 (link to site via Google Translate). Sure, the graphics look better on ...

Google wants to know where you are, make spying on friends easier

One of the first things people do when buying a first computer and connecting to the internet for the first time is look up people they know (or would like to know, or are upset that they don't know anymore). Now Google-stalking is about to go to a whole new level though, because Google has launched a new service called Latitude that lets you see the locations of people you know on a map. Here'...

Run PalmOS apps on Symbian with StyleTap

While we're still waiting to find out whether StyleTap will bring its PalmOS emulation software to the new Palm Pre, the company has officially launched a utility for Symbian S60 series phones that allows users to run thousands of Palm applications. The Symbian version of StyleTap has been in closed beta for a few months. The company says the program supports more than 30,000 apps designed to run ...

Firefox Mobile for Symbian coming in 2009

The team working on the mobile version of Firefox has been primarily focused on developing the browser for Linux and Windows Mobile devices so far. But around 50% of all the Smartphones in the world actually run the Symbian mobile operating system. So it should come as no surprise that Mozilla is also working on a version for Symbian phones. The plan is to have a working browser by the end of Ap...

Opera Mobile 9.5 beta 2: Now with widgety goodness

Opera has released the second public beta of Opera Mobile 9.5. There are two major changes since the last beta release. First, Opera Mobile 9.5 is available for Symbia UIQ as well as Windows Mobile devices. And second, the browser now supports Opera Widgets. Widgets for mobile devices don't necessarily work the same way as widgets on a full sized computer. You can't fit a bunch of widgets on a 2 o...

Speed up browsing on low-speed connections with Toonel.net

If you frequently find yourself browsing on a low-bandwidth connection, you can potentially speed up your browsing experience by using the compressing proxy server at Toonel.net. The concept is simple: install their application on your computer (versions are available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Sun Solaris, and even Windows Mobile and Symbian), then set your proxy settings to point to your localhost...

ScummVM 0.12.0: Now with GameCube and Wii support

The developers behind ScummVM, the open source tool that lets you run classic DOS games like The Secret of Monkey Island and Sam & Max Hit the Road are back with version 0.12.0. The update brings support for 5 new games including additional games in the Legend of Kyrandia series. The new version also adds support for new platforms including the Nintendo GameCube and Wii and the PlaySta...

Mobile carriers worst nightmare has come true, thanks to Qik

Live video streaming from your mobile phone is probably a mobile carrier worst nightmare simply because the amount of bandwidth video consumes. And leading that nightmare is Qik. Simply put, Qik takes your mobile phone's built in video camera and transforms it into a webcam that connects to the Qik site where it will host live feeds of your video, as it happens. That's right, people can now watch...

Opera Mobile 9.5 coming July 15

Opera's been working on its next generation mobile web browser for months now. And while a handful of folks have been able to get their hands on devices preloaded with Opera Mobile 9.5, most of us have been waiting impatiently to get our hands the downloadable version. While Opera might not have much market share in the desktop browser space, the company's mobile browser is miles ahead of the br...

Nokia buys out Symbian, announces platform to go open source

Nokia has announced that it is buying out the 52 percent of Symbian that it didn't already own and opening up the platform. Nokia and a number of other companies including AT&T, LG, and Samsung have also announced the creation of the Symbian Foundation. Now, open source software is great for developers because it mean that anyone can easily look at the code, tweak it, and write applications de...

What to expect from Mozilla's mobile Firefox web browser

Now that Firefox 3 has finally shipped, the developers at Mozilla are starting to make time for other projects. Don't get us wrong, those busy little bees are already working on Firefox 3.1, but they're also working on something entirely new: a mobile web browser. The mobile version of Firefox, (currently codenamed Fennec -- a final name hasn't been picked yet), will use the same rendering engi...