[ATTACH=RIGHT]22271[/ATTACH]It's official: Android now has a greater market share than iPhone across the EU5 countries of France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK. According to newly published data from the [URL="http://www.comscore.com/Products_Services/Product_Index/MobiLens"]comScore MobiLens service[/URL], nearly one in four smartphone users in the EU5 region were using smartphones running on a Google Android platform. In the three months covered by the research, ending in July 2011, there were a total of 88.4 million smartphone users amongst mobile subscribers in the EU5 which represents a 44 percent increase from the year before. Of these, the undoubted winner was Android with an increase in …

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I am working on the menu of a 3D symbian3 game.I am trying to load a png image of size 91 by12 using GFloat(opengl function) vertices_of_image[ ].....but the text in the image is coming out to be wrapped around. i.e.if my text contains ROCKS...then a portion of the alphabet S is coming before R..........what am i missing??? plz help..

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Nokia announced two new Symbian devices, the Nokia E6 and the Nokia X7. With the new smart phones, Nokia also introduced its latest software update, known as Symbian Anna. For details on the news check this: [URL="http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/blog/nokia-developer-news/2011/04/12/symbian-anna-software-and-2-new-devices"][U]http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/blog/nokia-developer-news/2011/04/12/symbian-anna-software-and-2-new-devices[/U][/URL] These devices also power apps developed with Qt, thus the business opportunity with Nokia even better for developers. Nokia will soon make the Symbian Anna software update available to existing users of the Nokia N8, Nokia C7, Nokia C6 and Nokia E7 via OTA downloads. Running on devices powered by the Qt framework, developers can create applications for these smart phones using Qt …

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I was surfing net for updates and I found Mobile Hands-on Lab v1.5. It has modules that cover Qt, Web Development and Java Me. It give an outline to the module contents, explains the Development Environment, describes the key aspects of the programming language, also provides with an optional brief test to check that you have understood the key concepts. Check out this cool link: [url]http://www.forum.nokia.com/document/Mobile_Hands-on_Labs/[/url] It contains a step-by-step guide for creating an application.

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Hi all, my nick name is uhangkincai, 5 years symbian developer for mobile application with symbian native (symbian c++). i join this forum to get new knowledge and also to find any project about symbian c++. thanks and regards,

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hey ... im a new member of this community i have started developing python scripts for my phone i made a voice messenger for laptop using pyaudio in python and using sockets to transfer data [CODE] self.pin=pyaudio.PyAudio() streamin=self.pin.open(format=self.format, channels=self.channels, rate=self.rate, output = True, frames_per_buffer = chunk) global wf while 1: data=self.sock.recv(4096) if data: streamin.write(data) [/CODE] Above was my code for receiving data over socket and converting to audio... i want to do the same over the phone in symbian s60 ! is it possible with the audio library in s60 ? if not, is there a way i can import …

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It's not in the stores yet but in Europe at least the anticipation is hotting up for the [URL="http://ww.nokia.com"]Nokia[/URL] N8 smartphone. It's causing excited ripples for two reasons: first it's going to be seen as the first time Nokia has come out with something serious to combat the iPhone in its core market, and second because Nokia is so clearly still a [URL="http://www.symbian.co.uk"]Symbian[/URL] company. It's worth repeating the first of those points. Nokia, still the market leader in the mobile market by a long stretch, is only just about to release its competitor to the Apple iPhone. This should tell …

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Hello, my name is Matias (Mathew for english people) and I am 16 years old. And I am from Argentina !!! I joined this Community because I know a lot of things that I can share here of simply respond... I am a student from an idustrial school call Huergo (in San Telmo, Bs. As.). I am in 4ยบ degree (sorry if isn't degree or year, whatever) highschool, and I'm studying systems engineering. I know about Web: HTML, PHP, MySQL, CSS, and a little of Java and Flash. About Programming: VB.NET (2008 and 06 too). About Images: Photoshop, Illustrator and …

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[URL="http://www.nokia.com"]Nokia[/URL]'s decision to back the [URL="http://www.symbian.org"]Symbian[/URL] operating system with its new [URL="http://europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-n8"]N8[/URL] smartphone, which we can expect to see in Q3, could prove more important that you'd have thought initially. There are a number of reasons for this. First, it's the first phone based on the system since the code went open. This puts it in a different category to the iPhone, Blackberry and Google's [URL="http://www.google.com/phone"]Nexus One[/URL]. The market will decide whether this actually matters very much. Second, it's a substantial phone company making this statement. This isn't a little business like some of the competition saying it's going to …

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Mobile developers will be pleased to learn that Recursion Software has announced the availability of a C++ Toolkits Symbian bundle. The cross-platform, mobile and embedded app development tools specialist took the opportunity at the CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment Expo 2009 to announce that C++ libraries for the iPhone and Android platforms would be forthcoming. The Symbian C++ Toolkit promises to deliver a rich array of libraries, templates, and code samples to help the coder to create high performance applications requiring sophisticated computing and information handling functions while retaining a small program size. It comprises a total of five separate …

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It's an odd thing, being a journalist. Your job is to report what other people have said and only occasionally should your own view creep in, if at all. It's the same in America; the serious newspapers were exemplary in being fair to both sides in the recent election, at least until Sarah Palin started holding forth about Africa being a country rather than a continent and shooing the Russians out of Alaska. It's different when you're blogging. You can argue, make points, and wonder what in the world people are taking when they claim [URL="http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/2232541/windows-mobile-choice-field"]Windows Mobile is the operating …

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It is [URL="http://happygeeknewmedia.blogspot.com/2008/06/google-android-mobiles-face-lengthy.html"]no secret[/URL] that Google is facing problems with the Open Source Android cellphone project. Manufacturers finding it hard to meet deadlines delivering the handsets themselves, and developers finding it hard to work with Google and get Android compatible applications ready. Now, just to add to a week of misery for Google, it appears that Nokia has stepped in with a swift kick to the unmentionables. [URL="http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inquirer/news/2008/06/24/nokia-delivers-knockout-blow"]The Inquirer reports[/URL] that the Finnish cellphone King is to buy Symbian, the handset OS people. In fact, according to the report author Tony Dennis, Nokia is buying all of Symbian, every last …

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The Fortinet [URL="http://www.fortiguardcenter.com"]threat response team[/URL] has reported a new and malicious Symbian OS based worm that is currently actively infecting mobile phone networks. According to Fortinet, the worm comes packaged in disguise as a multimedia file with a name such as sex.mp3 or love.rm and enables it to easily con the average mobile phone user into installing the software onto their handsets. The SymbOS/Beselo.A!worm, as it has been none too snappily named, can exist on several different Symbian S60 enabled devices including popular Nokia 6600, 6630, 6680, 7610, N70 and N72 handsets. Once installed, the worm gets to work harvesting …

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Mention mobile phone viruses and the chances are you will get one of two responses:[LIST=1] [*]It is a money making exercise for security vendors who have created the mobile phone virus myth so they can sell protection nobody needs. [*]Hahahahahahahahahahaha.[/LIST]However, the arrest of a 28 year old man in Valencia, Spain puts a different perspective on things. He has been held on suspicion of creating and distributing more than 20 variants of the mobile phone Cabir and Commwarrior worms which target Symbian driven smartphones. When it comes to mobile phone security, Windows is not the bad guy for a change, …

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