Mobile device statistics and marketBusiness, Discussions, Flash Lite, Mobile, statistics

by Kuneri on 04/08/2008 with Comments Off on Mobile device statistics and market comments

Interesting statistics from M:Metrics . Although it mostly focuses on mobile games, it’s still possible to extract other interesting details about Flash Lite devices, US / Europe comparison and user demographics. 14 Million – Number of British people who browse, download or use a mobile application Brits are clearly one of the most active mobile …

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Nokia examines the futureDiscussions, Nokia

by Jukka on 12/12/2007 with 2 comments

via AllAboutSymbian, Rafe Blandford published a review A Glimpse of the Next Episode – Nokia examines the future In the videos, Timo Veikkola (Senior Future Specialist Nokia Design) and Tom Savigar (Trends Director at The Future Laboratory) discussed some of the key thends that is seen by Nokia and published in the past press release. …

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Flash Lite 3 security summing upDevelopment, Discussions, Flash Lite

by Jukka on 04/12/2007 with Comments Off on Flash Lite 3 security summing up comments

Nick posted an interesting summary about Flash Lite 3 security model. Security model in FL3 is the same as in Flash Players 8 and above for desktops. As new security measures for desktops has been quite hot topic, need for discussions of possible solutions for Flash Lite can be expected as well. Read the post, …

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New “Express” Symbian Signing -processDevelopment, Discussions, symbian, Symbian Signed, update

by Jukka on 11/09/2007 with 4 comments

I got a hint of a discussion in Symbian developers forum of improvements in Symbian application signing process. They say that signing will cost aroung $20 per application with new Express Signing (Publisher ID from TC Trustcenter is required). That is something. With much cheaper and faster process, I see this will encourage more developers …

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No Plan, No Capital, No Model.. No Problemblog, Business, Discussions

by Kuneri on 27/06/2007 with Comments Off on No Plan, No Capital, No Model.. No Problem comments

I watched No Plan, No Capital, No Model… No Problem video on Guy Kawasaki’s blog recently. It is almost 2 hours of talk about start ups that neither has a business plan nor a business model with a capital between $0 to $100K and succeeded that well you cold not expect. Especially the story of …

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Five questions about mobile games with Mark Ollilaarticle, Discussions, Entertainment, Games, ideas, interview, Mobile, Nokia

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Mark Ollila, co-founder of Telco Games and Nokia’s Director of Technology & Strategy for Games and Multimedia, answers 5 questions of Digital Media Wire on mobile games. Here is the full interview. Dr. Mark Ollila, Nokia’s Director of Technology & Strategy for Games and Multimedia sat down with DMW for five questions about the mobile …

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Launching Adobe User Group Northern FinlandAdobe, Design, Discussions, events, Flash, Flash Lite, forum, Games, Graphics, ideas, innovation, Mobile, multimedia, News, Nokia, Photography, Photoshop, PSP, S60, smartphone, software, training, Tutorials

by Kuneri on 29/04/2007 with 2 comments

We are proud to announce the launch of Adobe User Group Northern Finland: Augnofi! We aim to create a warm, active and creative community on the top of the world, spreading our energy to the rest of the world. Global contests, live and online seminars, cool workshops and interviews with the experts from the heart …

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Is Windows Mobile better platform to start Flash Lite?Design, Development, Discussions, Flash Lite, ideas, Mobile, smartphone, symbian, Windows Mobile

by Kuneri on 27/03/2007 with Comments Off on Is Windows Mobile better platform to start Flash Lite? comments

Ramsey has an interesting post, stating his opinions about Flash Lite development on Windows mobile devices, and why it may be the best platform for web Flash designers and developers to jump into mobile market. I can not comment on that issue due haven’t put my hands on Windows mobile, but if you would like …

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