Following Google's IO conference, almost every Google application for Android (and most for iOS) got a revamp, but don't think that other platforms are totally left out in the cold - there's been serious work going on for the mobile web front of Mountain View's big social service too.
I asked a few days ago for screen grabs of your Symbian homescreens, so that we can all learn and take inspiration from the set-up efforts of the wider AAS community - and here I present the results, thanks to everyone for your submissions, from all across the world.
Flickr is the oldest photo sharing service on the Internet and remains a favourite of many tech-literate people, not least because there's more emphasis placed on quality, resolution and general re-usability.
Ah yes, these All About sites, where a certain writer has been shouting about the benefits of a proper Xenon flash for the last six YEARS.
Maybe it's just us Brits, but most of us do like to chat about the weather - which is where WeatherTalk Qt arguably comes in, providing a basic (Foreca-powered) weather forecasting utility, with built-in Facebook sharing.
Your site needs YOU! Preparing for a feature on homescreen philosophies here on All About Symbian, I show below my own homescreen arrangement, but I suspect that there are some far more ambitious layouts on reader phones.
In this feature, guest writer Ow Kah Leong rounds up a year of the Nokia 808 PureView as his principal phone, smartphone, camera and travel companion.
The ink's still not dry on the Lumia 925 press releases and already we're hearing renewed rumours about the mysterious Nokia EOS (codename, of course), thanks to a 'sighting' by a reader of WMPoweruser, quoted below.
Ever wondered how much energy a Nokia phone consumes during in its lifetime? What about the amount of CO2 emissions? Nokia's recently released sustainability report provides an answer for "a typical mobile device".
This week Nokia published its annual corporate social responsibility and sustainability report ("Nokia People & Planet Report 2012").