My brand new notepad is waiting for 2009: pristine enticingly empty. Before the old notepad is deposited on the shelf, I’ve selected a few of the more important notes, the ones I wish to carry over to 2009.
Posts Tagged ‘Symbian’
Tags: Android, Arthur C. Clarke, Chrome, David Foster Wallace, digeracy, Digital Literacy, Eartha Kitt, Guitar Hero, Harold Pinter, iPhone, iSuppli, Jeffery Hudson, Local Search, Mark lives, michael crichton, Miriam ‘Mama Africa’ Makeba, MUFC, NaNoWriMo, Odetta, Paul Newman, ReadWriteWeb, Russell Shorto, Semantic Technologies, Semantic Web, subjective well-being, SuperGizmo, SWB, Symbian, The Geography of Bliss, the World Database of Happiness, Ubuntu, Uska Dara
Tags: Adobe, bells-and-whistles websites, dynamic Web content, Flash, Flash CS3, Flash file format, Photoshop extended CS3, RIAs, rich Internet applications, SWF, Symbian
Adobe, the giant producer of content handlers like Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, illustrator and Flash CS3, has kept its digital technology close to the chest, guarding its intellectual properties with fervour and conviction.This is, of course, understandable, as one can only imagine the enormous investment involved in the development and marketing of premium products like Photoshop, [...]
Tags: Android, DOS, Google Android, iPhone, Microsoft's Windows Mobile, MID, MOAP, Mobile Internet Device, S60, Smartphone, smartphones, Symbian, Symbian Foundation, The Open Handset Alliance, Ubuntu, UIQ
Symbian is the DOS of mobile phones. The ubiquitous operating system sits snugly behind 110 million Symbian smartphones), according to the Symbian website. Ten years ago, Symbian was formed as a private company owned by then trendsetters Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola and Psion – the UK based company that developed Symbian originally. As things stand today, [...]