Ubisoft in a recent statement stated that it was planning some Premium games for Windows Phone devices. Those premium Games have been on IOS and Android since ages now.But the Good news is we (Windows phone Users) are getting some … Continue reading →
fMobi the popular Facebook app for Symbian smartphones updated to v3.2. The latest version brings some new features, fixes and tweaks to the client. Change log v3.5: Native photo gallery to uploads Native photo gallery to selecting custom background Progress bar … Continue reading →
What you’re looking at in this video is supposedly FireFox OS on the Nokia N9 via B2G.. Very nice result of merging Mozilla Firefox OS project and Nitdroid N9. Nitdroid provides Android HAL for N9, and B2G/FF OS actually ported … Continue reading →
The Official Facebook app for Windows Phone will get a much-needed update in an upcoming version 2.5, bringing a lot of requested features, like the ability to like comments. This comes in from the Facebook Team themselves, who posted on … Continue reading →
The second release of Nitdroid on N9 is here. http://forum.nitdroid.com/index.php?topic=182.0 Here’s what’s working; Working: – based on Android Open-Source Project (AOSP) v 4.0.4_r1.1 (IMM76D) - multiple languages supported - dualboot kernel (without reflashing), ability to choose OS after power on. - N950 supported (see http://forum.nitdroid.com/index.php?topic=134.0) – … Continue reading →
This is going to be fairly rushed. Need to study but procrastination has taken over, as usual. Seeing as it is April Fool’s Day. I thought I would post some interesting articles that have popped up over the last 24hours. … Continue reading →
NITDroid project have recently achieved another milestone, Modders have released very first Alpha version of Android ICS for N9 smartphone. Well here are some more demos of Android ICS running on the Nokia N9. Android 4.0.3 on Nokia N9 by MrTuxTalk : Nokia N9 (Android 4.0 ICS) by kuzmichov: NITDroid is … Continue reading →
Nokia has been doing some work (and promising much more) to create software for Windows Phone that can help differentiate its Lumia lineup from the rest of the pack, but apparently it’s also developing software for other platforms too — namely iOS and Android.
Currently, Nokia is beta testing an app called “Pulse,” which is a mashup of mapping software from its Navteq acquisition, check-ins, messaging, and photos. Basically, it’s one of many increasingly run-of-the-mill social-networking-location apps, but developed and backed by Nokia. Currently, it’s available on Windows Phone, Symbian, Meego, and as a mobile web offering.
In an interview with the Boston Business Journal, Nokia’s Global Head of Social and Location Based Applications, Başak Özer, said that the next platforms she intends to bring the app to are Android and iOS. “To be social, you have to be on every platform.” Özer doesn’t expect Pulse to overtake Twitter or Facebook, but did hint that Nokia is beginning to look in the direction of social networking with a suite of interconnected Nokia apps.