Items tagged with S60

Move over 5800, you've got company. Announced today, Nokia has issued yet another candybar-styled smartphone in its expanding touch phone range: the 5230. We have all ideas that Nokia would rename this should it ever be subsidized by a US carrier, but the four-number model name is a staple of its touch phones when released internationally and in unlocked form. What really makes this unit different than the 5800 before it is the price and intended market. For the first time, Nokia is hoping to tempt lower-end customers with a touch-friendly Symbian S60 phone. We'll admit--the design definitely looks... Read more...
While the rest of the world moves to court Android, Nokia seems pretty content with Symbian. As the handset maker looks to up its market share in the North American segment, it has today introduced a new "smartphone" on AT&T that pushes the boundaries of what a "smartphone" really is.Sure, the Surge has a pull-out QWERTY keyboard, a Web browser with Flash support and a built-in JuiceCaster application for easy access to Facebook and Twitter, but the relatively tiny screen and lackluster user interface makes this whole "smartphone" thing a real stretch. Whatever the case, the phone also boasts... Read more...
DFI's CS60-EC i815EP Motherboard A little less is more... By Jeff Bouton March 22, 2001 With the technology markets taking a beating in recent months, it will become more evident who the major players are in the technology world and who isn?t.  Competition will become as fierce as ever, pushing companies to increase quality and reliability, while reducing costs.  One of the companies that is doing just that is Taiwan based DFI.  When thinking of leading manufacturers of quality motherboards incorporating chipsets from Intel, AMD and Via, usually names like Asus and Abit come to mind. ... Read more...