Nokia transfers Symbian development and 3,000 employees to Accenture, will downsize workforce by further 4,000

Nokia’s already done quite a bit to cut ties with last year’s big push for Symbian and Qt development, though this is perhaps the biggest step yet. The Finnish company has announced it’s transferring responsibility for Symbian development to consulting and outsourcing firm Accenture, which sounds odd given the latter outfit’s inexperience in delivering mobile… Read more Nokia transfers Symbian development and 3,000 employees to Accenture, will downsize workforce by further 4,000

Embracing Employee-Acquired Smartphones Without Compromising Security

If your capacity as an IT professional involves dealing with people in your office going on the road with mobile devices and bemoaning policies that keep them from accessing the company’s network because of pesky security protocols, then my heart goes out to you. It’s rough trying to balance the legitimate needs of a staff […]

ThinkGeek Gadgets For The Home Office

Getting bogged down in the office space can be a real drag come midweek, especially as we look forward to the weekend. But with some help from silly and fun items scattered throughout the work space, your work space can be made to be just a little more fun. For those of us who work from home, […]

Youlu Address Book

The Contact Application that ships with most Symbian smartphones has always been a bit lame. At the basic level, all you need is the ability to search for your contact, and (video-)call / sms / MMS that person.  If that contact is not already stored in your contact list, you can just enter a new… Read more Youlu Address Book