Mobile games are the new way of getting people off the couch, out of the house and out for some fun these days. With technologies like bluetooth, GPS, GRPS, 3G, 4G, cameraphones, smartphones, Symbian, Flash Lite, etc., becoming the norm , game developers are coming up with great game ideas and implementing them.
With GPS and mobile phones paired together street games has become a reality. Check out “Come Out & Play Festival” which will take place in New York City from September 22nd to 24th for a list of mobile games that are available.
The details for the mobile games are Insider, snagu, Crossroads, Spy Text, Sleuth!, The Go Game, Conquer The Quarter, Manhattan Story Mashup.
Flash Lite adoption is growing at a very rapid rate. It is most probably because it is so easy to code for and there are so many Flash designers/developers out there today that have now found a new media outlet – mobile phone users.
So watch out Symbian (C++) and Java Micro Edition (JavaME,J2ME) you have a new contender in the arena.
QR Codes are a matrix code (or two-dimensional bar code) used to store information which is more effiect than the traditional bar codes that we are used to. McDonald’s Japan is now printing QR codes on all its food packaging so you’ll know exactly what you’re eating (if you want to know, that is). To read the info, you simply scan the QR code with your cellphone camera, which should automagically recognize it and direct you to a mobile website with the lowdown on the contents of your McFood, including any potential allergy warnings. For the two people in Japan that don’t have a camera-equipped cellphone, McDonald’s is also printing conveniently short URLs for the corresponding mobile website. Of course, all this info only is really more of a curiosity, since you’ve likely already bought the food by the time you’re snapping pics of it with your cameraphone.
You can generate a QR code for your website, phone number, text or sms message Kaywa QR-Code Generator.
Core Code project has announced that they are inviting individuals to participate in a pre-release of the CorePlayer project.
It is a cross platform player which runs on CE, Windows Mobile, Pocket PC, Palm, Symbian, Windows, Vista, UMPC, OS X, and Linux.
– Advanced Skins
– Streaming (http/udp/mms/rtp/rtsp)
– Visualizations 2D and 3D
– Video: H.264, DivX, MKV, MOV, WMV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, OGM, 3GP
– Audio: AAC, MP3, WMA, MID, AC-3, MKA, OGG, FLAC, AMR, WAV
– CorePlayer PMP Mobile
– ‘Seek and Share’ Social Network Sharing Technology
– CoreTunes Desktop Media Library
– CorePlayerX Web Browser Plug-in
– CoreSync Mobile, Server. Desktop Media Synchronization
– CoreTheque Media Library Database
Symbian OS software developers cellphonesoft has just released Swiss Manager, a composite system utility for UIQ3. It provides task manager, file manager and system information services, giving you more access to and more knowledge about your phone.
Swiss Manager is an essential addition to your UIQ3 device which features:
* Management of running programs (task information, task switch, task exit)
* Release memory by exiting all running programs at once, optionally when closing the flip
* Navigation throughout the phone’s drives and their entire file system
* File management (copy, move, delete, rename)
* Displaying the amount of free memory and disk space
* Useful system information (device characteristics, system uptime, battery level, IMEI number, etc.)
First create a SIPGATE account to get a sip number .
After you have created and confirmed your account Click Here and log in to your SipGate account to configure your Nokia E60/61 for your sipgate account.
This is the easiest way.
First you will need to Create a Gizmo Project account
Here is how to configure your Nokia e61e60 :
Go to Tools – Settings – Connection -SIP settings – Create the
Profile Name: sipphone
Service Profile: IETF
Default Access point: (your WLAN AP name)
Public user name: sip:email@example.com
Use Compression: No
Registration: ” When needed ”
Use Security: No
Proxy Server: sip: proxy01.sipphone.com
User Name: 1747xxxxxxx
Password: [You SIPPhone password]
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport Type: TCP
Registrar Server: sip:proxy01.sipphone.com
User Name: 1747xxxxxxx
Password: [Your SIPPhone password]
Transport Type: TCP
Then go to connection – Internet Tel. Settings –
Create a new profile for “sipphone”(1747xxxxxxx), name it “sipphone”
In Connectivity – Internet tel. – Preferred profile – Choose “sipphone”
Then go back to Connection – SIP settings – sipphone and change the Registration from (when needed) to (Always on) now your phone will register to the
*If you don’t know your Sip number that starts with 1747 xxxxxx open the Gizmo Project program on your p.c click on edit -> profile.
First screenshot of FExplorer running on Series 60 3rd edition on N80 but the creator Dominique Hugo needs your help to iron out some bugs related to security and certificate issues.
“I have some troubles with the security, certificate, FE installs fine on the device but I get a security message when I run it !, if someone can give me some help, this will be very appreciated !!”
Calling all Symbian S60 3rd Edition gurus to give Dominique some tips on solving his bugs, after all he has delivered a great product to us all.
The time is now! Mobile technology is to sky rocket with the consumer base forever upgrading their mobile phones. Java-enabled phones together with Symbian OS phones make life and business much easier. Download the Midlet Development Kit and Symbian SDK and get started. Unleash your website to the wireless network. Deliver real time content to your clients via mobile.
Just in case you didn’t know already you can get it from http://s2putty.sourceforge.net/ .
Open source telnet/SSH client for your Symbian Series 60 (S60) phone.