Sunday, March 18th, 2012 at
It is one of the application that could help travellers and business persons while they are in dead zone.Currently two softwares are working for this.
ASIQ Ltd. of Australia introduced the SafeCell, software that allows the iPhone to connect to a satellite uplink terminals in the plane via Bluetooth. SafeCell technology is also compatible with other smart phones such as Nokia, BlackBerry and all Symbian-based phones. In addition SafeCell users can enjoy voice calls, satellite broadband, MMS, SMS and entertainment applications.
SPOT LLC SPOT Connect App launches designed specifically for the iPhone, iPad and the iPod creates a direct Bluetooth wireless connection between a satellite phone. Portable devices can communicate directly with the Globalstar satellite network.This one is used for ground calls.
Both of them belongs to high cost apps.But this could be helpful during disaster situations and for military purposes .
Wednesday, May 25th, 2011 at
Microsoft recently previewed the next major release of Windows Phone. The new release, code-named Mango, delivers substantial improvements in both the software platform and developer tools. Mango features more than1,500 new APIs, 16 new languages, and hardware-accelerated support for both IE9 and HTML5. Mango also brings enticing new opportunities to Nokia developers. Updates for tools, such as enhanced debugging, emulator support with accelerometer, gesture support, and profiling will also improve developer productivity.
As part of its transition to Windows Phone, Nokia plans to develop a full portfolio of devices that address several audiences and markets, rather than simply creating one high-end device. Nokia will also work closely with Microsoft to differentiate its devices with Mango by featuring iconic hardware and services, while applying consistent design principles for a unique look and feel. In coming months, Nokia will continue to add improvements, benefits, and simplification to its developer-support offerings.
Meet Mango, watch a video demo, and get tools
Friday, February 11th, 2011 at
Here I’ll demonstrate how to develop and deploy application for Symbian OS, using Aptana Studio. (Windows platform)
Download Aptana Studio and install it from,
Download Nokia WRT plug-in for Aptana Studio and install it from,
After completing the above steps, start Aptana Studio
Select File >> New >> Project
Under Nokia Web Runtime (WRT), select New Nokia Web Runtime Widget and click Next.
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