Tag Archives: phone

bemilo

bemilo is the first mobile network designed specifically to be used by children and managed by parents. bemilo allows you to control your child’s usage, including:

  •     Deciding who your child can contact and who can contact them, and blocking any unwanted contacts easily.
  •     Enforcing the time of day they can use their phone for calls*, texts and internet browsing**.
  •     Reviewing all incoming and outgoing calls and text messages.
  •     Controlling their monthly spend.

android mobiles are already only £20/month in the UK !

You can now get an android for only £20/month from two UK networks (three & vodafone) ! The downsides are the 24 month contract term and that they are slighter older HTC and Samsung models ! but you could always pay an extra £10-15/month if you really want the SONY 8M pixel X10 android !

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apple iphone flash v android skyfire flash

It's ironic that apple have just announced they WONT support adobe flash on apple iphone and are have now banned flash on the apple iphone mobile phone around the same time that adobe flash HAS now become available on goog android mobile phones via SkyFire !

android flash

Appcelerator Titanium has ALREADY responded to apples new T&Cs by sending their developers an email telling them there is no need to worry ! (Provided they keep using Appcelerator Titanium !)

We've had over 50 applications approved for the App Store over the past 3 weeks under the new terms (which every developer now needs to agree to). Not a single one has been rejected for being built on Titanium. We even updated our own test app, Snapost, after accepting the new terms.

whereas Mike Chambers thinks that

developers should be prepared for Apple to remove existing content and applications (100+ on the store today) created with Flash CS5 from the iTunes store.

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Android App Development

Open Source Android mobile phone application development:

or if you'd prefer one platform for developing both iPhone and Android apps then you could try the

which shares common APIs across devices and provides extensibility for each device’s unique capabilities.

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NOKIA 6220 is far from perfect

NOKIA have still got a lot of ironing out to do to their 6220 Symbian S60 GSM 850/900/1800 WCDMA 900/2100 mobile phone before it becomes usable !

For starters each App uses a different (or multiple keys/menus to Exit) !

  • Exit menu, Red key, CANCEL key, Options | Exit etc etc

and I have already accidently disconnected Skype, GPS, Maps dozens of times !

Each App uses a different key to zoom in & out !

  • Up/Down, */#, 1/3 etc etc

Have NOKIA heard of usability guidelines ?

It trys to be clever and turn on GPS when you use maps or the camera but the only way to turn GPS off (and the annoying blue light) after it has automatically come on is to go into maps and Options | Exit !

So when's the first service pack due ?

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Does the NOKIA 6220 really geotag your photos ?

The NOKIA 6220 advert on three.co.uk says:

You'll never miss a moment with the Nokia 6220 because it comes with a 5mp camera and Xenon flash to capture anything and everything you want

Not only this, but the 6220 has built in GPS, UK Nokia maps and geotagging capability for when you're rushing around on the move. There'll be no chance of you ever getting lost again

If you like keeping yourself informed by browsing the web and receiving emails, you can now do it from your mobile at broadband speeds on 3's Turbo (HSPDA) network. Chat to your friends on Windows Live Messenger, share your photos on Facebook, or use any of the many applications the 6220 comes with like Skype, and access to eBay and Google

but does this mean it really geotags your photo's when you take them ?

If so @ £15 / month (for 18 months) I'll be buying one tomorrow !

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