The Adobe UI is interesting (to me). Adobe and Mozilla are working on
Tamarin. I would imagine their interest in the desktop and its browser
will also include the mobile handset and its UI/browser. Additionally,
the method of distribution (i.e. buy phone first and independently,
worry about carrier contract later) may be indicative of some degree
of shift toward relatively more consumer choice and relatively less
power held by maker-carrier restraints of trade.
On 11/8/06, Curt Sampson <cjs_at_cynic.net> wrote:
> On Wed, 8 Nov 2006, ben_at_benmiller.com wrote:
> > more handset porn
> > http://uk.gizmodo.com/2006/11/07/samsung_black_carbon_handson.html
> Looks like any old handset from a year or two ago to me. What's special
> about it?
> If you want something that looks similar but sleeker and with a bigger
> and better screen, you might look at the D902i, which has already been
> superseded once (by the 902iS) and is probably due to be superseded
> again any day now.
Received on Thu Nov 9 04:07:32 2006