Posted on February 16th, 2007 No comments
Read Steve Litchfield’s argument against mobile TV. It’s funny. Seeing the case Steve presents, you are most likely not going to splurge on the DVB-H enabled Nokia N77 cell phone.
But then again, how much time you spend watching TV on a tiny screen is debatable. It’s bound to be very short, even if it’s on a bus ride. Or killing time when waiting for your girlfriend. The bigger question, of course, is what kind of content is suitable.
Posted on February 13th, 2007 2 comments
Well, it was scheduled for a Feb 10 release, but numerous page refreshes later, it’s finally out today. Unfortunately, I saw it only now – AAS had already posted the news a couple of hours ago.
Go get smart2go. Not that the site is terribly accessible at the moment.
And no, it’s not available for the Nokia 5500 Sport. I bet the tiny screen on the Sport had something to do with it. But that won’t stop me from trying to install the N93 version :-)
Posted on February 8th, 2007 No comments
Come Saturday (that’s Feb 10), Nokia will offer smart2go, a free mapping and navigation platform. Claimed as the most comprehensive map coverage offered on a mobile device, the app lets you find where you are on a map, and helps in reaching your destination.
The catch, of course, is that you need a Bluetooth-capable GPS device, which is in the form of Nokia LD-3W. smart2go offers map data from Tele-Atlas and Navteq, and maps can be downloaded over any wireless interface (GPRS/3G/WLAN). And if you store them on your memory card, you won’t even have to worry about exceeding your mobile bill.
The free version does not come with voice directions, but that should be okay. At present, it will be made available to select S60 and Windows Mobile 5.0 devices. I have my fingers crossed for Nokia 5500 support.
Posted on February 3rd, 2007 1 comment
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