Nokia Beta Labs has released a new version of Nokia Play To which now supports Symbian Belle (btw earlier version of Nokia Play To was working fine on Symbian Belle, I am not sure what kind of Belle supported they added in this version.)
Nokia has recently release a software application for Windows and Mac to connect and sync your Nokia N9 with your computer. Well Nokia N9 will not be there with you yet so far as it's just on the way to hit markets. Preparing yourself is always better. If you have any plans getting a Nokia N9, Nokia Link is for you.
The ToffeeTV app can actually provide kids a great way to watch/listen songs and stories, as well as learn through different activities like drawing and painting. The purpose of songs and stories on ToffeeTV is to help create an interesting way for children to acquire the Urdu language. This app also reminds the culture of Urdu songs and stories for the family.
The guys at Nokia Beta Labs, as expected, have come with another updated version of Nokia Drop which is ready for download and to work with your new Firefox 7 and Latest chrome. In addition it fixes minor problems with Nokia Maps.
Microsoft Canada, apparently, has removed the recently revealed Windows Phones including Nokia Sabre, Samsung Yukon and Samsung Wembley.
New Terms and Conditions are as follows. All the names of upcoming Windows Phones have been vanished just within a few minutes.
Microsoft Canada accidentally or by whatever means, reveals the code names of unknown Windows Phone, Samsung Yukon, Samsung Wembley and Nokia Sabre along with well-known Nokia Searay.
The project is a Linux-based operating system code-named Meltemi, the Greek word for dry summer winds that blow across the Aegean Sea from the north. It is being led by Mary McDowell, the handset maker's executive vice president in charge of mobile phones
The final version of Windows Phone SDK 7.1 has been released with final finished touches, a bunch of bug fixes, a better installation process and also seven additional languages.
Windows Team Blog has announced that the Windows Phone SDK 7.1 is now available for download.