Nokia’s Symbian Still Beats Apple iOS in Smartphone Sales

12. August 2011 at 16:53

According to Gartner, Nokia still leads in smartphones wars against Apple.

How to Make Google or Bing as Web Search App and Homescreen Widget

22. December 2010 at 15:17

Nokia C7 on Google Web Search App Widget for web (1)The Android and other phones have the feature to make Google as default search engine app or window that is dedicated on their homescreen widget function for easy and fast web search access. I’m not sure if the feature that I’ve just found on the Nokia N8 and Nokia C7, and the rest of Symbian^3 devices is new, but I’m sure it’s kinda similar to what some people want. And at least I have the idea now on how to get a direct web search on my web and homescreen.

How to Improve Speed of your Smartphone Through Defragmenting

1. October 2010 at 18:04

images (1)Defragmenting your computer’s hard disks or other file system type such mass storage is one of the most essential task and helpful way to improve its performance. By defragmentation, it will result to the rearrangement of fragmented data (seperated files), making your disks and drives works more efficiently.

Symbian is still ahead in Europe

13. September 2010 at 16:31

symbian_logo_duck-250x300The latest comScore breakdowns of smartphones this July 2010 stats in EU5 was released. Mainly EU5 is composed of UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain countries where most percentage of smartphone users resides here. With each country, they gathered the results of smartphone OS usage from their respondents and compared it with the US stats. And basing on the results we’ve seen

How to upload geotagged photos to Flickr, Google Maps, Twitter and Facebook using Pixelpipe & Furtiv

11. September 2010 at 09:47

n82_sToday, there are wide range of Nokia smartphones which have geotagging features. Almost from the S60v3  to S60v5 like Nokia N97, N82, E52 and other devices have GPS funtioncs, thus, geotagging is possible. By this feature it allows your captured photos to be tagged by the location coordinates where you shot from using the GPS of your phone. It works by adding the GPS