Mozilla’s increasingly popular Firefox web browser looks set to go mobile according to Mozilla Corporation’s President, Mitchell Baker. Apparently Mozilla has been working on a version of Firefox which will work on current mobile phones. The indications were that a launch isn’t necessarily around the corner, but it seems Mozilla know how important it is [...]
Nokia have spent the last four years collating data for a study of how people carry their mobile phones – it’s not all they’ve been doing of course, they have released a few handsets during this time! The report, due to be presented at HCI International in Beijing, actually contains some interesting statistics. Apparently women [...]
Nokia has expanded its luxury line with the announcement of the 8800 Sirocco Gold. The Sirocco was the follow up handset to the hugely popular (and just as hugely overpriced and unreliable) first edition 8800 handset. The Sirocco looks very similar to its predecessor but is a little more feature rich and a lot more [...]
The BlackBerry 8300 ‘Curve’ has finally been announced on RIM’s website. To read a full review of the device which we’ve been testing click here!
One of the areas RIM has been trying to generate interest in over the last couple years has been software development. With the majority of push email systems going in the BlackBerry direction (despite competition from companies such as GoodLink, Visto and Microsoft), RIM has been working at trying to get people on board with [...]