Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 22nd Nov 2010 12:48 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless It's no secret that the webOS is no speed demon. Sure, it has the most elegant multitasking interface (the fact that it multitasks at all means it bests both Android and iOS), but it's not exactly fast. This is all going to change. Palm held its Developer Day in New York this weekend, and unveiled its new application development framework, set to replace the current Mojo framework. Not only will this new framework, named Enyo, be a lot faster than Mojo, it will also be designed around multiple display resolutions.
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RE[4]: Comment by hendi
by spiderman on Wed 24th Nov 2010 10:23 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by hendi"
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For WiFi hotspot, you can purchase joikuspot (http://store.ovi.com/content/30743?clickSource=homepage)
or install mobilehotspot (http://mobilehotspot.garage.maemo.org/) for free but it will install a custom kernel (harmless but not supported by Nokia).

If you are addicted to Android, you can dual boot NITDroid (http://www.nitdroid.com/index.php?title=NITDroid_project), which is Android for the N900. Some things are not working yet though, like the GPS and the proximity sensor.
Anyway, Android is not adapted to this hardware (does not take advantage of the resistive touch, etc) but if you are really addicted, you still can install it.

I know resistive touch screen is not trendy but the precision allows some interesting applications. You may check Grimace: http://store.ovi.com/content/58961. The N900 is not just a consumption device but also a creation device.

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