TAT 3Dphone Media Browser | The Ultimate Gallery

Check out this video demonstrating an innovative approach to browsing your mobile media. The 3Dphone Media Browser is the first of three demo applications developed by TAT within the 3Dphone research project. This demo shows a wrapping 3D list based on an amphitheater layout, which is suitable for mixing portrait and landscape images. It is powered by TAT Cascades and runs on a TI OMAP3430 platform.

Opera Mobile 10 beta | Finally available for Nokia smartphones

Opera Software today unveiled the beta of Opera Mobile 10 for Nokia and other Symbian/S60 handsets. Most notable in the new Opera Mobile 10 beta is a sleek design, which Opera first introduced to the world in the recent release of Opera Mini 5 beta. The crisp, new look introduces the Speed Dial, tabbed browsing and the always convenient password manager to Opera Mobile. Check out the full press release after the jump…Opera Mobile 10 beta is optimized for both touchscreen and keypad-style navigation and is available for free from http://www.opera.com/mobile/next/.

Performance was prioritized in this beta. It is twice as fast as the previous Opera Mobile released for Symbian/S60, and users will discover significant speed improvement when downloading pages, zooming and panning. Opera Turbo is also integrated, saving end users both time and money with its server-side compression technology.

“Today’s powerful smartphones deserve an equally powerful browser, like Opera,” said Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera Software. “This beta continues our work to extend the desktop Web experience to mobile phones, allowing users to surf the Web without limitations, even while on-the-go. No matter the device in use, Opera delivers a faster, easier and hassle-free Web experience.”

Fresh design

Alongside the new Opera Mini 5, Opera has revamped the look and feel of its mobile-browser portfolio to ensure that it is simple and intuitive, making mobile Web browsing easier than ever.

Desktop favorites on the mobile phone
Opera desktop feature favorites, including tabbed browsing, Speed Dial and password manager, make it easier for you to surf on the go by reducing the time and effort it takes to get to a Web site.

Advanced compatibility
Opera Mobile 10 beta uses the very latest generation of the Opera browser engine, ensuring that all your favorite Web sites and applications work exactly the way they do on a desktop computer.

N-Gage | Strike ’em Down With AMF Bowling Pinbusters

Although N-Gage is on its way out, you can still download the games up until the end of 2010. So you can still experience the thrill of the lanes in the palm of your hands with AMF Bowling Pinbusters! Players can choose from 12 unique characters, each with their own signature style and moves, bowl in fantastic 3D venues, and enter the World Cup to become a virtual bowling champion! Bowl in Quick Play, Precision, and Duckpins modes or experience all the excitement of multiplayer via N-Gage Arena. AMF Bowling Pinbusters! on N-Gage features Point Pickups, allowing users to collect N-Gage points and track high scores. Players will have the ability to post their scores to a leader board as well as track their personal bests on their devices.

S60 Theme | Halloween ‘09 by PiZero

Halloween ‘09 by PiZero is a great festive theme compatible with all Symbian S60 3rd edition and 5th edition phones. Included in the download is a Lite version with default icons and one with TehkSeven icons. You can download the theme here…

Update: Maemo Project | Just when you thought the project was over…

WOMWorld just dropped this bizarre video into my inbox regarding the Major Compete conundrum that was puzzling the nation a couple of weeks back. It seamed to be that once the “penguin” was found and clicked, your were in with a chance to win the Nokia N900 along with the BH-905 Bluetooth Headset. Apparently it doesn’t end there. Check out the video after the jump and leave your thoughts on what you make of it…

The email came with this short message: “Just when you thought the project was over…”