We had quite the linkfest in #mobitopia today. After Martin and the other Euros went to bed, I scared up quite a decent collection of mobile links. Here they are for your enjoyjment:
- The Motorola MPX is due this summer for about 750 Euros.
- This XHTML-MP tutorial isn’t breaking news, but it’s a solid introduction to XHTML-MP.
- psy.geo.CONFLUX looks like a cool get together.
- Javalobby picked up on a new release of JTGL (Java Tiny Gfx Library) which includes support for MIDP 1.0 and MIDP 2.0.
- About 2.6 million people have taken advantage of mobile number portability in the US.
- Yahoo is going to publish BREW apps. That’s big news hiding amongst a bunch of links.
- Via My-Symbian, Sprawl is a UIQ port of an Amiga emulator.
- N-Gage/QD News:
- Nokia pushes N-Gage-ing Games
- Lost Remote: Nokia N-Gage QD: a better sequel
- Pathway to Glory looks like it could be a platform-making game. I take back all the bad things that I’ve said about it now that I’ve seen some screenshots.
- 8 new N-Gage games are going to round out the lineup quite nicely.
- Nokia PDF: Tip Of The Month: Usability Is The Heart Of Development v1.0
- Motorola and Avis launch a mobile navigation system. One of the moto cels (either new or upcoming) has turn by turn directions. It’s an impressive feature.
There are other link gems hidden among the 130 or so links from today. Keep digging!