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UIQ 3.0 SDK Released!

Posted: April 1st, 2005 | Author: | Filed under: Mobile | 2 Comments »

Wow, it seems like I’ve been waiting for this for years. Oh wait, I have. Today UIQ released an SDK for their new flagship product, UIQ 3.0. The SDK is designed to work with either Metroworks CodeWarrior Development Studio for Symbian or Borland’s C++ BuilderX.

For more information and to download a trial version of the UIQ 3.0 SDK, visit their web site.

Yes, this is a lame April Fools joke. I wish it wasn’t though. Jim and I have been excited about the prospects of UIQ3 since it was pre-pre-pre-pre-announced what feels like years ago now. It has the potential to rock the low to mid-range market bringing “real apps” and “a real OS” to those free-to-inexpensive on contract phones. The other thing that rocks about it is that one code base can scale from low-end uniprocessor devices to top notch touchscreen and/or QWERTY devices. It’s really exciting. I just want it to see the light of day.

2 Comments on “UIQ 3.0 SDK Released!”

  1. 1 tu said at 6:52 am on October 24th, 2007:

    with good

  2. 2 zhouxc said at 9:16 pm on November 23rd, 2007: