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诺基亚Android+网易网盘积分

Posted on 2009-07-10 20:27  Aaron Wu  阅读(622)  评论(0编辑  收藏  举报

首先申明,这两件事情没任何关系,放在一起写不过是为了省省时间,也不想浪费空间。

按照时间顺序,先说诺基亚的事儿。

前几天,国内某媒体报道说诺基亚改行玩Android了,大致内容如下:

新浪科技讯 北京时间7月6日上午消息,据英国《卫报》周一报道,消息人士称,诺基亚正在开发基于谷歌Android平台的智能手机,并计划在9月份的诺基亚全球大会(Nokia World)上亮相。
  在智能手机市场,诺基亚的份额正在被苹果iPhone(手机上网)和RIM黑莓所蚕食。与此同时,谷歌Android系统却表现强劲,预计年底前还将有至少6款Android手机上市。
  2007年,诺基亚全球智能手机市场份额为47%,去年为35%。汇丰银行分析师预计,到今年年底将跌至31%。
  智能手机是全球手机市场的生力军,对于手机厂商而言至关重要。受经济低迷影响,对开支比较敏感的消费者或坚持使用当前的手机,或选择功能更丰富的智能手机。
  对于诺基亚而言,支持开源平台Android可谓是战略上的一个重大转移。一年前,诺基亚实现对Symbian系统100%控股,并免费向其他厂商开放,旨在反击Android和iPhone。
  但厂商对Symbian反映冷淡,相比之下,苹果iPhone应用程序的下载量却突破10亿次,Android平台也吸引了大量开发者。
  此前,已经有用户破解了诺基亚N810,可成功安装Android系统。上个月,诺基亚与英特尔签署了合作协议,共同开发下一代移动计算设备。
  有分析师认为,诺基亚此举旨在拓展智能手机产品线。但也有消息称,诺基亚联手英特尔是希望进军上网本市场。
言之凿凿,还正在感叹诺基亚也不得不屈服于Android的时候,突然今个儿在查看订阅的时候发现有人有爆料了,说是假新闻:

Nokia Android rumours earn outright denial

Posted by David Meyer

Nokia has strongly denied working on an Android-based handset, following a report early on Monday that it was planning to do so.

The report, carried in
The Guardian, took a cue from "industry insiders" to predict the launch of a touchscreen Android device at Nokia World in September. When contacted by ZDNet UK later on Monday morning, a Nokia spokesman issued what he called an "outright denial" of the piece.

"There is no truth to this story whatsoever," a statement from the company read. "It is a well known fact that Symbian is our platform of choice for smartphones."

Going for Android would certainly have been a surprising move for Nokia, given the time and money it has put into opening up Symbian. Nokia's operating system (since it bought out Symbian's other stakeholders last year) is likely to reappear in its new, open source guise next year.

Nokia also has another open source mobile platform in Maemo, which it is actively promoting as part of its Intel partnership.

Meanwhile, fairly realistic-looking images have been leaked of
Sony Ericsson's Android phone, currently codenamed 'Rachael'. The device appears to be part of SE's high-end Xperia line, and is said to run on Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon processor.

还有一篇:

 The Truth And Lies Behind The Nokia-Android Rumors

I woke up this morning to an avalanche of people telling me about an article published in the Guardian stating that Nokia is about to release an Android-powered device in September during Nokia World. For the better part of these few hours of a Monday morning, the news has been all over my Twitter timeline and my RSS feeds, picked up and passed along as if its an undeniable truth. Of course, Stefan Constantinescu, was the first to put my own thoughts into words and pointed how ridiculous it is, until Nokia stepped up and denied it officially on Reuters, the same denial being posted and confirmed by several official Nokia and Symbian employees whom I follow on Twitter (link, link, link). So, where the heck did that rumor come from and what is the aftermath of such a messy situation? Read on to see Symbian-Gurus personal opinion.

Nokia will NOT be announcing an Android-based smartphone in September

Despite several optimistics still sticking to the idea that Nokias denial is just to keep the surprise factor in September, Im afraid to say that this wont happen. Honestly, how on earth would you believe it? Of course, Nokia bought Symbian for an estimated $410 million, open sourced it, made it available for free, established the Symbian Foundation, just to go ahead and launch a device running a competitor OS even before the new Symbian OS is launched and tested in the market. Absolutely RIDICULOUS! Some reporters and bloggers are so clueless they should be ashamed of themselves.

What WILL Nokia be announcing in September?

Symbian aside, Nokia has another open-source platform which has been on hiatus for almost a year now: Maemo. Maemo is a Linux-flavor that runs on Nokia Internet Tablets like the N800 and N810, and we know for a fact that Maemo 5 is long overdue with a finger friendly interface overhauled for a better user experience and a lot of under-the-hood improvements, like support for Texas Instruments OMAP3 processors, high definition cameras, WVGA screens We also got wind recently of Harmattan, a Maemo5 platform that also integrates Qt, helping bridge the gap between Maemo and Symbian in Nokias future cross platform strategy. It is extremely likely that if Nokia is about to release a device running on an open source platform other than Symbian, it will be a Harmattan Maemo5 handset.

Is all hope for Android on Nokia gone?

Despite my claims that its absolutely ridiculous for Nokia to release an Android handset, its more than plausible that we will be able to run Android on Nokia handsets. How so? Just look at the facts:  S60, Symbians most popular current flavor, can run a full Palm OS emulator like a breeze and even the .Net framework (resulting in some Windows Mobile applications being able to run on S60 handsets), also Android itself has been ported to run on Maemo a long time ago. Symbian has always been open, even when it wasnt open source, to other platforms, and so has Maemo.

So whether the new Symbian Foundation decides to include an Android emulator officially, whether its some/one member of the Foundation who will work on bringing an Android port to Symbian due to its popularity, whether its a hacker working in front of his computer and stuffing himself with pizza to death, or whether its not through Symbian but through Maemo that well see it, there is no doubt in my mind that we WILL be able to run Android on a Nokia device.

Nokia, Symbian, are you paying attention to the excitement?

In the midst of all this speculation, one absolute truth HAS to be taken from this Monday morning rumor. No matter how absurd it is, people got excited by it. Bloggers, reporters, geeks, non-geeks, developers, marketeers, everyone was seriously pumped by this Guardian article, and this is what brought this news into ridiculously large proportions. People want the simplicity, user friendliness, joy of setting up and using Android. They want that, despite how loyal or not they are to the Nokia and the Symbian brands: check this tweet by Jenifer Hanen and read our own Gurus thoughts on the disaster that is Ovi compared to Android. Developers, on the other hand, want the ease of coding and publishing brought by Googles Marketplace. So if Nokia and/or Symbian dont step up their game very very fast, then even the most loyal users and developers are bound to start looking elsewhere.

看罢这两篇,我更加茫然了,到底谁是真的谁是假的?要说有道理,各方说法都有道理,这里边的东西我实在是扯不清。发出几篇链接,看看有人能扯清白不?

接下来说一下另外一件事,今天登陆网易邮箱(自从来了Gmail后很少用网易邮箱了),突然看见积分在那里摆着。这倒让我想起来貌似很久以前我是用过这几份换过网盘的,现在这积分怎么花啊?

点击进入一看,X,还是积分换网盘,而且容量还是没有变化。这都啥年代了,凑上500积分才换64M网盘。。。直接申请一个Live ID蹭上人家25G的多好,不删东西还支持外链。。。看着网易这积分,我火星了一把。。。

     纯属水帖,也不是聊发感慨,贴出来无聊:(