I wrote to Commontime a few days back about if/when they intend to launch mNotes for Symbian Series 60 V8, in my case the N70. The response was no. Here’s the mail.
Thank you for your message.
Towards the end of the year, our mSuite Mobility Framework software will be compatible with the Series 60 3rd edition devices. However, the mNotes software will not be compatible with them, I am afraid
That’s a real shame as the mNotes product is great, it works a real treat with my SPV C600. It’s maybe not the end of the world as I’m thinking of a move back to WM5 as I still haven’t hit it off with the Nokia.
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This is a strategic move.
I heard a romour the other day that IBM was looking to push more into Security. I think this signals a real intent to do that on a big scale $1.3bn is a lot of cash. [via]
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Finally, Nokia have decided to let the masses upgrade it’s phones firmware by themselves. I had to give my N70 to my local Nokia shop who charged me 17.50 for doing it.
It’s not hard, as the post says, I’ve flashed my SPV dozens of times.
Haven’t tried this yet, but I’m hoping it’ll allow me to use a cut down calendar sync to my N70, don’t need all the details for the day just the general, I’m in london, I’m in Paris view to share with friends and family outside of the Notes environment. Fingers crossed.
UPDATE: it says it all in the title realy, it’s based upon Outlook. 😦
Robert has posted why he prefers outlook to Google Calendar, it’s the same reasons I’m sticking to Notes right now. GCalendar just isn’t interegrated into the enterprise email fabric.
You’ve probably used the ADSLguide speed test which works but it a little dull. Check this one out it’s a little cooler. [via digg]
just noticed a blip in my traffic stats, checked out the referers, it’s traffic coming from Techmeme