Back in December Nokia announced the launch of its alphalabs.cc competition, an experiment which merges technology and the arts. It is designed to encourage artists and developers to share the experimental apps that they create on the Windows Phone 7 platform.
What: Windows Phone Developer Training
When: 10 October, 2011 09.00 – 18.00
Where: Emirates Stadium, London
With the first Nokia Windows Phone expected to launch in Q4 2011, Nokia & Microsoft have teamed up to offer developers a free hands on training day. The Roadshow takes in various [...]
The past couple of weeks I’ve been playing with a selection of Nokia handsets running the latest Symbian Anna OS (N8-00, C7-00, E6-00). Firstly the biggest sense that hits you is how a few simple changes in the OS design can seriously change the usable feel of the [...]
Last week Mobile Manifest staged our latest event based upon Location Based Services (LBS). The Round Foundry Media Centre in Leeds were our kind hosts for the evening session, which was attended by a broad section of attendees who came to hear how [...]
Last week saw Engadget talking about a leaked video from Nokia, where Stephen Elop showcased the prototype Nokia Windows Phone due for release later in the year – code name Sea Ray.
Have a look at the video here, and let us know what you think.
Today we launched our next event taking place on 14 July 2011, with our friends at Round Foundry Media Centre. The event entitled Location, Location, Mobile! looks at the subject of Location Based Service via mobile devices. It’s a hot topic with estimates looking at it being an industry [...]
In the world of Nokia and Microsoft since the February announcement, the biggest question on any developers lips are ‘What’s Happening!!’. This week saw the Nokia re-brand of Forum Nokia to Nokia Developer, along with full integration of the [...]
This week saw the first major update in the Windows Phone platform, code named Mango. The earliest date to get the update have been pencilled for autumn, with over 500 updates to the current OS. One significant addition will be the support of Microsoft’s iE9 with HTML5 support – this should prove interesting from a [...]
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