Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 22nd May 2014 22:08 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless

As Friedrich Nietzsche famously said, "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger". We feel that the Neo900 project is gathering strength after all the twists and turns it experienced. We're looking forward for the future with more optimism than ever, taking lessons from our past mistakes.

The Neo900 project is seeing some major organisational difficulties, which takes resources away from the actual technical stuff. Progress on that front is still being made, though, and this update details some of it.

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RE[3]: Nostalgia value only
by kurkosdr on Fri 23rd May 2014 15:54 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Nostalgia value only"
kurkosdr
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2011-04-11

I miss the days of having a phone that doesn't feel like everything you install could just be running randomly in the background and pop up to say 'hey, play me!' like Android does.

This can be fixed by blocking notifications from this app or removing the app.

Android's problem is you can't get admit (root) access on a phone you frickin' paid for (bought unlocked). Symbian (Series60 and UIQ) gave the user full admin access, despite not being open-source initially.

This is the perfect example that "open source" doesn't mean "open system". Even if everything in Android was open-source (drivers and play store), it still wouldn't make Android as open system as Symbian.

Edited 2014-05-23 15:56 UTC

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