Monthly Archives: June 2007

Opera Mini turns your phone into Mobile Web Tablet

Been trying out the new Opera Mini beta on my Sony Ericsson M600 today. This is version 4 of the extremely popular java-based (downloadable) web browser for mobile phones.

My first impression was: oh, no, they made the GUI too

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David Beers on the Foleo

David Beers runs the blog Software Everywhere and has some really interesting thoughts on the Palm Foleo:

For Hawkins, it’s the smartphone that is the new PC. The Foleo is just the piece that completes the vision.

It’s a …

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Mobile OS doesn’t matter – signs of change

Two observations that point in the same direction: the OS of your mobile doesn’t matter. It’s the internet compatibility that makes all the difference. First an old post by Nokia Linux web tablet product manager Ari Jaaksi:

“Today, we run

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Von Europe: Unify Mobile

Mike Kellett speaks about a new Unify Mobile Platform that so to speak hides the operator from a GSM-phone by creating a virtual GSM network. Quite interesting and worth following.

UM will unify the world’s existing, confused, global GSM bilateral

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Von Europe: Fixed Mobile Convergence

I’m at the Von Europe listening to presentations on fixed mobile convergence (FMC). Current topic is “quad-play”, the new holy grail for operators. Quad-play is what you get when you combine TV, fixed phone, mobile phone and broadband access in …

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