Number of Flash Lite devices in US and Western EuropeAdobe, Flash Lite, Marketing, Mobile, Nokia, S60, series 40, Sony Ericsson, statistics

by Kuneri on 19/04/2008 with Comments Off on Number of Flash Lite devices in US and Western Europe comments

Bill posted a really great resource: Flash Lite market percentage (as of January 2008). Those numbers are from U.S and Western Europe and give quite good impression of the target market in those selected regions. Listed numbers include Nokia S60, Nokia Series 40, Sony Ericsson and BREW. It’s especially great to see the numbers of …

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KISS60 0.9 is out!Flash Lite, innovation, KISS60, Kuneri, KuneriLite, Mobile, MWC, new, News, S60, screensaver, series 40

by Kuneri on 11/02/2008 with 2 comments

Today, we are proud to announce the availability of KISS60 Beta 0.9! We have been working hard to make it exceptionally good looking, highly functional and pleasant to use. New version of KISS60 is one of the best examples, exposing the potential of our innovative platform KuneriLite and demonstrating the next generation S60 User Experience. …

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mobiEXPLORE Croatia – Innovative Travel Guide for Mobile PhonesFlash Lite, free, fun, innovation, Mobile, multimedia, press release, S60, series 40, smartphone, Sony Ericsson, symbian, Windows Mobile

by Jukka on 13/07/2007 with 1 comments

Gideon Multimedia launches innovative free mobile travel quide mobiEXPLORE Croatia. It is available for S60 (2nd and 3rd edition), Series40 and PocketPC devices. I just installed it and liked it a lot! Very stylish and good design, must say. Read complete press release of product launch here.

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Remote Device Access from NokiaDevelopment, innovation, methodology, Mobile, News, Nokia, S60, series 40, smartphone, symbian

by Kuneri on 05/04/2007 with Comments Off on Remote Device Access from Nokia comments

Nokia launches Remote Device Access (RDA). Remote Device Access (RDA) technology enables remote access to mobile devices over the Internet. The system consists of a device pool connected to a server, and users connecting to the server in order to remotely use the devices. Once a user has connected to a device, the screen of …

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