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Video: Scott Weiss, Symbian’s User Interface Manager

A few weeks ago, Rafe and I popped into the Symbian London HQ to talk with Scott Weiss, the Foundation’s User Interface & Technology manager. The aim? Find out more about what they’ve got planned with upcoming versions of the operating system. Have a watch! Download M4V Video | Subscribe to Podcast | Embed video

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Video: James Lamberti of mobile advertising giant, InMobi

If you haven’t heard of InMobi yet, don’t worry. You will. They’re coming. Having already locked up the Far Eastern markets (8 billion mobile impressions a month, 150+ million user reach), InMobi is the biggest mobile marketing giant that you’ve never heard of. If you’re into mobile applications (or websites) in any way, you should […]

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Video: Nokia’s Anssi Vanjoki on N97 issues: “I can put my sleepless nights behind me”

Here is the first in a series of videos of the interview that Rafe and I filmed at Mobile World Congress last week featuring Anssi Vanjoki, Executive Vice President of Markets. And he means business. Part 1 below is all about the N97. Anssi specifically wanted to deal with that first before we got on […]

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Video: Lee Williams talks to DeviceAnywhere’s Faraz Syed

Before we took a stroll around Mobile World Congress with Lee Williams, Symbian‘s Executive Director, Rafe and I took Lee over to meet DeviceAnywhere’s top man, Faraz Syed, to discuss their recently launched Virtual Developer Lab for Symbian: Download M4V Video | Subscribe to Podcast | Embed video

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Video: Rafe introduces our MWC coverage

Here’s Rafe standing by the fountains at the Barcelona Fira introducing our Mobile World Congress coverage. Note: I’ve decided to use Vimeo to host the footage so that it’s easily embeddable (as apposed to the proprietary Mobile Developer TV format). Do lift it if you’d like to use it.

Video: Meet John Malloy of Blue Run Ventures (Part 1)

I spent an hour on Monday with John Malloy of Blue Run Ventures in Menlo Park this Monday. Blue Run Ventures are one of the foremost mobile (and tech) venture capitalists on the planet. John and I had a wide ranging discussion about the mobile marketplace as well as the firm’s background and current investments. […]

EMEA BlackBerry Alliance Summit videos

I know a lot of readers have been enjoying the BlackBerry Alliance Summit videos we’ve been publishing on Mobile Developer TV. I’m publishing one a day at the moment so that your RSS/podcast feeds aren’t overflowing. I’d like to draw your attention to them. If you recall, I spent most of my time in Rome […]

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Hello from BlackBerry’s Rome event

Hello from the BlackBerry EMEA Alliance Summit in Rome! Yesterday morning, I got out of bed at 5am and headed for Heathrow’s dull Terminal 4. I was surprised to find the terminal looking rather modern, new and shiny just like Terminal 5. I couldn’t get a BA flight so I opted for an efficient Alitalia […]

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Using the N900’s linux terminal mode

A few people have asked me to check out the linux terminal mode on the Nokia N900. I’ve done that. Here’s a very quick video demonstrating ‘top’ and ‘ps’ running on the device. Download M4V Video | Subscribe to Podcast | Embed video

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Nokia N900 and BBC iPlayer – it’s bad news folks!

I’ve had a LOT of email from people asking me to try the Nokia N900 out with the BBC iPlayer. My expectations were high… but wait ’til you see the experience in the browser. It’s bad news. I think we’ll need to hope the BBC release a stand-alone app for the N900 — that’ll work […]

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A quick hands-on with the BlackBerry Storm2

I was delighted to briefly sit down and have a look at the all-new BlackBerry Storm2 handset. Some people love the original Storm whilst others simply cannot stand it. I found myself straddling the two perspectives — I loved the huge screen real estate, but I just couldn’t get to grips with the keyboard. The […]

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Video: Nokia N900 running Google Wave

I was wondering how the Nokia N900 Maemo device would cope with Google Wave… would it work? Have Google created a custom version, as they have for iPhone and Android? How would it perform? I’m delighted to be able to answer with today’s episode…