Submitted by marcin on Mon 30 Jan 2012
Submitted by marcin on Tue 02 Nov 2010
Przestrzeń dyskowa 8/16 GB, Bluetooth, kamera (a dokładniej dwie), gniazdo 3,5mm do słuchawek, głośnik i mikrofon, złącze micro-USB, czytnik kart micro-SD, radio FM z RDS, sprzętowy akcelerator grafiki, wewnętrzny modem. Czy to opis kolejnego notebooka ?
Submitted by marcin on Fri 29 Oct 2010
8/16 GB disk space, Bluetooth, Wifi, camera (or more precise: two), headphones 3,5 mm jack, microphone and speakers, micro-USB, micro-SD card reader, FM radio with RDS, graphic accelerator, internal modem. Is it new computer model ?
No - it's Samsung Galaxy S. 4" touchscreen, proximity sensor, big battery, Android and some other make, that it's probably the best phone released during this year... Samsung already sold more than 5 millions of units and is planning to sell 10 millions to the end of 2010. Is it ideal ?
Submitted by marcin on Wed 02 Jun 2010
Like promised I have closed gammu.org in current form.
Started 1 April 2005 under gammu.net address, in April 2006 was moved into current domain (gammu.org).
First in the form of static pages, later created using MediaWiki.
I was publishing there some non GSM texts too, tried to make some phone database with info about firmware changes, versions, pictures....
Big shame, but don't worry...
What next ?
Submitted by marcin on Sat 29 May 2010
Two interesting articles from last time: Microsoft: 30 Million Windows Phone 7 devices will be sold by the end of 2011 and Nokia top model N900 sales below 100,000: Gartner
My answer: first is system, which will probably not have many features known from competitors. Second is system, which was not supported correctly by own manufacturer. How could you think, that they could be successful ?
Submitted by marcin on Mon 03 May 2010
Submitted by marcin on Wed 30 Jul 2008
In many places you can read about about excellent features of Symbian devices. This article will show some their advantages and disadvantages in normal life on N82 example... In many places I will speak about iPhone and other too...
The more advanced phone, the shortest battery life. This is how we can describe devices created by Nokia and many other manufacturers. My question is: can't be created and produced for example 1600 mAh batteries (like in PDA) for them ?
Submitted by marcin on Mon 07 Apr 2008
I will want to document some internals of project here... This page will grow with project...
First of all, let's start to explain what we need to comunicate with phone... The most important is OS driver for medium used for communication (irda, BT, cable). It's external (for example provided by hardware manufacturer) and installed in OS.
We can separate our project into two things:
- common part (in common directory)
- client applications (for example command-line version from gplus directory)
Submitted by marcin on Sun 20 May 2007
This text was written mainly by Marcin Wiącek, one of main authors of the software presented here. Information here was written from the point of view and knowledge of a man living in Europe. It was collected from many (official and unofficial) sources and is provided only to give a more complete historical info.
This can be treat as blog, roadmap, some Nokia related story or many other things. You can choose the best interpretation here...and probably each one will be good.
Submitted by marcin on Sun 08 Apr 2007
Content moved from gammu.org blog
I was playing today with latest PC Suite from Nokia (6.83) and NSU. I decided to write few words about it...
Installer: 23 MB, on HDD the same... It looks nice (better than earlier versions), but doesn't have too many functions and in many places you have info about DRM only (for example: why the hell does it read standard phone applets and waste user time, when few seconds later speak, that it's DRM protected ?). And in license you have a lot of info, what you can't with it...