Mr. von Tetzchner said that Opera’s engineers have developed a version of Opera Mini that can run on an Apple iPhone, but Apple won’t let the company release it because it competes with Apple’s own Safari browser.
Here are some more shots from my trip to Cork. It was a work trip, but still had some time to take a few photos. Just doing a dump using the wordpress gallery feature.
Here are some shots from this week in Cork. Have been lucky enough to have a few moments to get out and take some shots. Hope you like them.
http://m.flickr.com has a nice web interface to flickr.com that is quite useable on an iPhone.
Finally gave in and got the 2.1 firmware for the iPod touch. I figured that as I got it for free it wasn’t that bad to give the evil Apple empire an extra $13. Seeing the new iPod Touch 2.0 makes me feel sad that I have the first version though 😦 Also the thought of having to upgrade iTunes and suffer the bloat that comes with that really didn’t appeal to me.
Anyway I installed a few apps and had a quick play. The whole experience is quite nice. I installed the facebook, wordpress, smugmug, twitterific and google apps.
I uploaded a heap of screen dumps here SmugShots. The SmugShots app is really simple to use, especially since I’m already a SmugMug user. There is no camera of course, so you can only upload screen dumps or stuff already in your image library.
One of the more interesting or geeky shots is catching the image slideshow between 2 images.
Here are some more screen dumps, just for the pure colour of it all