August 2012 was a nice time as Google started to take over Motorola and things actually started to look pretty bright on the smartphone market as everyone was hoping for google taking action. For me it was a reason to purchase the Atrix 4G device which turned out to be great just until they promised and cancelled updates […]
My Motorola Atrix is running on Gingerbread which is a little outdated by now. The only way to get it updated at the current state of writing is an unofficial update to ICS/JB which is tempting because of the new functionality which I really miss here. Motorola promises an update, but so far, the discussion is pretty hot […]
Looking at the mobile phone market I have to admit the trend doesn’t make me happy. Nokia buried Maemo and Meego and decided to use Windows, Apple forces you to use iTunes which is a pain in the ass on any non-macintosh stuff. Symbian is ancient old and I won’t use Windows on a mobile phone.
It has been quite a while since I started to get SSL Certificates working on my server machines – so it was time to get that stuff running on my mobile phone too. You might wonder now why the phone would need such a certificate, but in this case it’s just some root certificates to enable it to […]
As my nokia phone is able to log into a wlan, I was thinking of some practical use of it. Sure, reading mails and backing up contacts is a practical application – but this is not the kick ass feature I’d use it for. A phone is for making phone calls. So why not using it as a […]
I am fed up with carrying two or more mobile phones with me. You know the problem, don’t you? But regarding the current technical options… But I guess the root of all evil is marketing as every operator wants to sell branded mobile phones, to tie the customer down. But…