Sunday, May 14, 2006

Killer Mobile Releases S60 3rd Edition Call/Extended Recorder Utility

Killer Mobile Software released a version of their Total Recall (tm) Call/Extended/Conversation Recording utility for Series 60 3rd Edition devices including the Nokia N91, 3250, N80, E60, E61, E70, N93, N71, N72, N73. A free 14 day demo version of the software can be downloaded here:

http://www.killermobile.com/total_recall.html

The program can be purchased for $10 here:

http://www.killermobile.com/catalog

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

New S60 Announced - Nokia 5500 Sport Phone

Nokia today announced the Nokia 5500 Sport designed for the active minded user. The phone, which is one of the smallest S60 Nokia phones announced thus far, has three modes which can be changed via a dedicated button and reflecting different usage scenarios - phone, music and sport. Features include text to speech so your messages can be read out while jogging, a pedometer function to measure distance run and calories burnt and a 2 megapixels camera...read more

Source: All About Symbian

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Nokia N72 Fashion Phone Announced

The Nokia N72 specifications are not at the cutting edge - there is no 3G or WiFi, 'only' a 2 megapixel camera, a 'low' resolution screen, and it runs the 'old' version of S60 (2nd Edition). However this phone has it's own significance and it should outsell any of the other Nseries devices announced thus far. Rafe looks in more detail at the recently announced Nokia N72.

The Nokia N72 is the thinnest (17.5mm) Nseries handset with a volume of 95cc is second only to the N73 (90cc) in size. It is a tri-band GSM phone (900/1800/1900 MHz) with 3.5 hours talk time and 260 hours standby time with GPRS and EDGE support for data transfers. There is 20 MB of on board memory with further expansion available via the hot swap RS-MMC (MMCMobile) slot and a 2.1 inch (176 x 208) 262,144 colour screen....read more

Source: Allaboutsymbian.com

Monday, April 03, 2006

Killer Mobile Software Releases Total Recall (tm)

Killer Mobile Software, makers for mobile phone apps for Symbian OS (Series 60, UIQ etc) devices announced today the release of Total Recall (tm) a Conversation/Extended recorder utility.

Total Recall will eventually be a complete replacement of Spy Call, Killer Mobile's very popular but poorly named conversation recorder. Killer Mobile is open for any and all suggestions on how to improve the already super easy to use, yet powerful software.

Full details are available here

Thursday, March 23, 2006

PayPal going Mobile

ONLINE payment company PayPal has unveiled plans to roll-out a new service that will allow mobile phone users to make purchases and money transfers using a simple text message.

The move by PayPal, which is part of online auction giant eBay, marks a big step in bridging the worlds of e-commerce and the physical world of bricks and mortar stores by giving consumers a pay-as-you-go option via mobile phones.... read more

Source: Scotsman.com

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Nokia 3250: the first Symbian OS 9 based device starts shipping

Phone details
Symbian OS v9.1 / S60 v3 platform
Tri-band GSM coverage on up to five continents (GSM/EDGE 900/1800/1900) with automatic switching between bands
EDGE: Class 10, download up to 236,8 kbit/s
GPRS: Class 10, download up to 62,4 kbit/s
Twist-on design to access phone, camera, or music functions
Weight: 130 g
Dimensions: 103.8 x 50 x 19.8 mm
High-resolution, 262,144-color display
Integrated 2-megapixel digital camera
10 MB internal memory plus expandable microSD card support (up to 1GB).
USB 2.0 full speed with mass storage profile
audio codecs supported: eAAC+, AAC+, M4A, MPEG-4 ACC LC, LTP, MP3, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, 64 polyphonic MIDI, RealAudio Voice, RealAudio7, RealAudio8, RealAudio10, WMA

Visit the Nokia Site for more info

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Nokia E61 Almost ready

The Nokia E61 has been approved by the FCC bringing the first QWERTY keyboard equipped S60 device one step closer to the market. Inidcations are that it should be available by the end of the month, though operator availability may take longer. The devices looks set to make an appearance in most major markets via various carriers. Read on for some highlights from the user manual.....read full article here

Source: Allaboutsymbian.com