Categories: "Phone" or "Android" or "Nokia N900"
Nokia’s N900 has quite a nifty way of helping you type. If you enter a word during an SMS, an email or on a web page it tries to predict what the word will be an gives you the option to auto-complete. The phone has 3 dictionaries to help do this.… more »
Sitting here on the Reading RailAir coach travelling to Heathrow and I look up to see there are WiFi stickers on the windows. Top bananas, me thinks, so I got about setting up the connection. The connection manager says it will scan every 10 minutes… more »
Nokia’s N900 comes with a web browser called Microb which is based on the Mozilla code base but was written by Nokia for Maemo to run on smart phones. There weren’t any instructions that came with it so I thought I’d create some here.… more »
One of the nice things about the N900 is the integrated address book. All contact details exist in the same place: telephone number, email address, SkyPe name, postal address to name but a few. You can also add auxiliary information too, like birthdays.… more »
I wanted to set up my new Nokia N900 to switch between networks depending on where I was. The mobile operator’s 3G network is a billed limited network with a top speed of about 3Mb/s, whereas at home my broadband is always on, has a top network… more »