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Palm Pre – All The Hype

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With the battle for thinner TVs, new standards in connectivity and technology in general being flaunted around at CES this year one would think we would be spoiled for choice on the gadgets being shown and offered. Unfortunately most of it is a year away and most of it pretty generic stuff. There is one little device which has had all the hype and more; with fanboys, mobile enthusiasts the blogosphere has been buzzing about this one little device – the Palm Pre.

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Palm in recent years been slipping down a slipper slope like many other handset manufacturers, and like many others they have been trying to figure out how to reclaim customers and actually provide a device that will actually get noticed and also offer an easy and practical solution to modern mobile usage. What we have here then is a device which could end up being the device that saves Palm. The Pre is a multi-touch slider with a full QWERTY keyboard, with the OS built from the ground up, it already has one feature the iPhone doesn’t (a physical keyboard) and another Nokia’s latest flagship device the N97 doesn’t a new OS, which is a bold move on their part.Read More »Palm Pre – All The Hype

Share Online 4.0

Share Online 4.0 – Available but Limited

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Nokia Beta Labs has announced the availability of Share Online 4.0 which is currently available only for some S60 3rd Edition Fp2 devices. As stated by the Share Online Webpage this version looks to be only coming to FP2 devices:

Share Online 4.0

Share Online 4.0 works only with devices running S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 devices. The new features in Share Online 4.0 require technical enablers that are not present in previous versions of S60.

The following devices are currently supported in this beta: Nokia N96, 6220 Classic, 6210 Navigator, and 5320 XpressMusic.

Support for the following devices will be added in the following weeks: N78, N79, N85

So if you are running an FP1 device, it does not look like it will become available for you, according to the post it has something to do with “enablers” in the new FP2 compatible devices. This shows yet again the inconsistency in the Nokia handsets.Read More »Share Online 4.0 – Available but Limited