I have built games for android, but now i need to make it compatible on Symbian phone. Are there any tools to convert android games to symbian games? Thanks!
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I have a non nokia phone, but i like the symbian software very much.. I would like to nstall the symbian software in it. Is there a way to install the symbian software in that phone and how..?? Thanks in advance
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I am looking for the following software on the web for around a week but I cant find them carbide.c++ and S60 Platform SDK 3rd Edition FP1 or higher but I can't find them even at the nokia sites For carbide the nokia shows http://developer.nokia.com/Library/Tools_and_downloads/Other/Carbide.c++/ and the sdk isn't listed anywhere Please point me in the right direction or kindly provide a link to download them Help me Out
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Pwn2Own hacker: Apple Safari is 'easy pickings'Charlie Miller, the security researcher who won last year's Pwn2Own hacker contest, is predicting that Apple's Safari browser will be the easiest target this year.In a note posted on the popular Daily Dave mailing list, Miller describes Safari as "easy pickin's" and forecasts that at least four zero-day Safari flaws will be used during the contest at CanSecWest later this month...Safari: hacked by 4 different people. Easy pickin's as usual.Android: hacked by 1 person. Not too tough but no one owns one.IE8, Firefox: Survive unscathed. The bugs to exploit equation is too hard for $5k.iPhone, Symbian: Survive due to non-executable heap.Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Chrome: I don't know enough to say anything intelligent. That said, they're probably hard/obscure and so survive.Last year, Miller exploited a Safari flaw to hijack a fully patched MacBook Pro machine. He is also known for launching successful attacks against Apple's iPhone and Google's Android platform.Safari predicted to be the easiest target this year...
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