Evolving What's Left

There's a part of me that's actually really enjoying N9 and MeeGo. And there's another part that sees the N9 and MeeGo as a symbol of that part of open source's passions that has waned. You see, many of us …

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A Once Featured Phone, Now Torchered Memory

The N9 has proven to be a very curious mobile partner in my life in the past months. Sure, there's this sense that owning it speaks to a defiance – could you even say luddie-inducing hubris – to the state …

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Dropbox and the N9's Continuance

I can remember a few folks asking me why of consider purchasing a Nokia N9 in 2013. Obviously, it would be something akin to throwing the finger up to Nokia but deliberately not purchasing off of those halo Windows Phone devices to …

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Mobile Design UI, iOS 7 vs N9, from the Homescreen

When I read many of the opinions about the newly announced Apple iOS 7, a lot of the commentary (outside of the UI and design community) centers a good bit on what happens with/from the homescreen. Its an interesting conversation, …

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The Third Half

As the news about Jolla's new device (named Jolla) has made its way around the mobile world, there are several thoughts and assumptions going about.

RSS on the N9

NB: This post was partly inspired by the mass exodus from GReader RSS. Really Simple Syndication. No, not killed off by Twitter. Still alive and VERY much kicking! On the desktop platform I would recommend something such as the Firefox …

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Review: Hybrid Heavy Duty case and Xtreme Guard Screen Protector for Nokia N9

If there was an award for the most alternative Nokia N9 user, I would probably win it, followed closely by Arie, who is trying to make his iPhone more and more like a Nokia N9. Why am I the most …

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2 months with the N950

  Having come from a Nokia N900, I know what it is like to fully appreciate a full landscape qwerty keyboard, while being immersed in the wonderful and unique Maemo 5. Moving onto the next iteration of Maemo with the …

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Squeezing Out Ideas

I started this over on a post at Talk.Maemo. But, it started getting good as I realized that there are lots of little places in my day where I didn't so much need the mobile as much as I needed …

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Truths, Falsehoods, and Grey Areas

I like the times when I talk myself out of the normal settings of offices and home and use my mobiles in places such as coffeeshops. There something about just getting into other streams of life that expose truths and …

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Why I stopped using the Nokia N9 Part 1

  It was a sad day last November when my N9 decided randomly in the middle of a business trip to stop accepting calls.  For me it was the last straw. Up until then I didn't mind the flaws the …

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Impressions of the N9 After A Month

Its probably something near ironic the posts that have been hitting the web lately about the N9. First, there's the series of N9 revisits by Alvin Wong over at Unleash the Phones. Here, we've got a refresh on the apps …

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Navigation on the Nokia N9: Taking the scenic route

If you are a Simcity fanatic like myself, you would be epically disappointed with the latest iteration. The Sims in this game seem to take the longest route to their destination a lot of the time, and sometimes they don't …

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Introducing new writer: Antoine

As part of my desire to keep Everything N9 going, I've been recruiting new writers, to help add a different perspective to this site. We already have the introduction post from Howard, who is involved with the Mozilla project, and …

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My main N9 apps

After stumbling across Alvin’s excellent post on UnleashThePhones.com, I got thinking about my own Nokia N9 and what I have installed on it. I’ve had my N9 since it arrived in January 2012, bought on New Year’s Eve of 2011. …

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