Nokia CEO calls the N900 “the best browser device ever” Is It?

At the Nokia World keynote today, Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvou (OPK) called the N900 the “best browser device ever”.  Strong words and clearly aimed at the iPhone which is often said to have the best mobile browser. I’m really hoping that OPK is right as I don’t consider the iPhone’s browser all that great. It’s OK, with pretty good rendering and JavaScript support and it’s easy to use.  I don’t even mind that it doesn’t support Flash, personally I wish … Continue reading

Follow Maemo-Guru On Your Phone For Nokia World’09 Updates

Ricky Cadden, the Symbian Guru, has expanded his coverage to include Nokia’s newest smartphone platform with the launch of While Maemo isn’t new having been used in the Nokia N770, N800 and N810 Internet tablets, those were not phones. The next iteration of Maemo devices, the just announced N900, is. Reputedly launching in October the N900 with it’s 3.5 inch touchscreen, WiFi AND 3G radios, slide out QWERY keyboard, huge amount of memory and a Mozilla based browser with … Continue reading

Today On The Mobile Web

My picks for the top mobile and data news stories of the last 24 hours. N900 officially announced after a million leaks. Nokia’s first Linux based phone  has impressive specs:  3.5 inch, 800 x 480 touch screen,  hardware  QWERTY,  256 MB RAM, 768 MB virtual memory, Mozilla browser with Flash 9.4, tri-band 3G with support for U.S. T-Mobile bands. Official product page with full specs and lots of photos,  video, video,  N97, N86, N810 size comparison at All About Symbian. … Continue reading