Mike at Techdirt expresses the same sense of exasperation as I have on several occasions about the complete lack of understanding the luddites have about the new digital photography playing field.
" Of course camera phones aren't as good for taking pictures. Camera phones aren't designed right now as a replacement for cameras. They're not competing with cameras. They're offering an alternative - and that alternative leads to new and different uses. People who use a camera phone don't take the same types of pictures that a normal camera user takes. That's not what they're for."
I never realise that there was so much money to be made with a hit piece of Symbian software -
Even in its early stages, Series 60 has spawned an impressive amount of software. Nokia says six figure sakes are not uncommon, although developers earn more for premium Series 60 smartphone applications than for cheaper Java games. For example, MobiMate sells 15,000 of its WorldMate a week - at $25 a pop - across three OSes including UIQ and Series 60.