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 →
Hot mobile topics from the interwebs today. Motorola Android handset launch events scheduled for Sept. 10th in San Francisco and Sept. 15th in London Bank of Nokia? NokiaMoney, a global mobile payment system will launch early next year. This could be big, if it works on all handsets – not just Nokias. Happy Birthday WMLprogramming! Pioneering mobile web developer mailing list turns ten, bigger and more relevant than ever. Free mobile internet for all Vodafone UK customers this Friday.
I’m going to try to post the top mobile web and mobile data related stories and buzz that I find on the web. I’ll keep these posts short, only a few links and cryptic commentary so as not to bore everyone to tears. Here are today’s top stories: Opera’s July State of the Mobile Web Report – 29.1 million Opera Mini users in July, up 9.9% from last month and 145% from July 08. New Skyfire 1.1 Release The only … Continue reading →