Monthly Archives: January 2006

Zero Bars

Yoz just setup an application for noting cellular dead areas. I’m kinda curious to see who else out there has some known dead zones they want to rant about. My first two were Diego’s house and Fry’s in Palo Alto. … Continue reading

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February Mobile Monday – Location Based Services

The February meeting of Silicon Valley Mobile Monday is going to be focused on Location Based Services: What: February 2006 Mobile Monday (Location Based Services) When: February 6th, 2006 7:00pm Where: Dogpatch Studios, 991 Tennessee Street, San Francisco, CA Who: … Continue reading

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PyS60

That’s the name of the Python for Series60 project up at SourceForge, and the source code is available as a package now! I missed it when it went up cause I kept checking CVS. Thanks to cyke64 for pointing me … Continue reading

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Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0

I took a quick spin through Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0 today. Here are a few bits and pieces that caught my eye: 1.3.3 One Web The recommendations in this document are intended to improve mobile experience of the Web … Continue reading

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Mobile Music Money

Great post from Carlo at MobHappy following up on a post about mobile music at MocoNews. Besides the hysterical quote about peeing your pants to keep warm, I think Carlo also adds some great commentary: Full-track downloading really is a … Continue reading

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New GPS Satellites Live

News from Engadget that new satellites transmitting higher power for GPS are now live. Anyone know what devices out on the market can take advantage of this? Anyone tried it out? How much of a difference is there compared to … Continue reading

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Long Range Wireless Links

There’s a great post at wireless.gumph.org explaining how long range wireless links can be made without exceeding power limitations (hat tip RootPrompt.org): Some wireless devices however, let you reduce the transmit power, which allows us to use a more powerful … Continue reading

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Source Code for Python for Series60?

I saw in the developer newsletter from Nokia that they’ve released the source code to Python. No download link in the newsletter though, so I did a search and ended up at Andrew Lampert’s post: A quick search of SourceForge … Continue reading

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Opera Mini

Opera Mini was released today, with a decent amount of info on the entry on the Opera Watch blog: Opera Mini is a new kind of web browser for virtually all mobile phones and devices. Opera Mini was designed to … Continue reading

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Let There Be Wi-Fi

Excellent article over at Washington Monthly called Let There Be Wi-Fi (hat tip to The Wireless Weblog): The dispute over municipal broadband bears a striking similarity to the development of the electric power industry a century ago. As James Baller—an … Continue reading

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