Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 17th Oct 2007 18:37 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Nokia today introduced the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, signifying a new phase in portable internet communication. Sporting Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g connectivity, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a full-fledged web browser, there's only one thing missing: WiMAX. However, a WiMAX version of the N810 will be coming next year. In the meantime, the N810's Wi-Fi connectivity will provide Internet access through hotspots as well as home and office networks, including via Boingo Mobile. Applications compiled for the previous two Internet Tablet models will not be compatible with this one. This hurt the N800 a lot too, because most developers didn't care to re-compile their apps as they kept their N770. Hopefully this is the last time Nokia breaks compatibility.
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how typical
by miro on Thu 18th Oct 2007 01:13 UTC
miro
Member since:
2005-07-13

nokia never ever cared about compatibility. if you read my profile this was the very first year when our symbian group wrote balck numbers. please nokia grow up and try to push the series 60 along with your custom linux solution as the 2 and I mean the only two platforms. and when you do, take a look on how pathetic the codewarrior RAD could be fixed.

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RE: how typical
by mallard on Thu 18th Oct 2007 06:43 in reply to "how typical"
mallard Member since:
2006-01-06

Somebody is behind the times... CodeWarrior was replaced by the Eclipse-based Carbide some time ago...

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