Given the recent sour Apple attit-dude regarding Adobe and its Flash, this has got to be of interest?
Nokia remains dominate in the world-wide market for feature phones as well as smart phones. They too have experimented with tablets and origami-phones. The Nokia N900 is one of those Finnish experiments that IMHO is offered up to generate social design? Hosting Chrome into it is quite an interesting "home-brew". Symbian is now well into its conversion to open-source and this generation of OS is just now appearing in products. Flash seems to have lost its ubiquitous welcome mostly due to that it is indeed a BIG stinky gorilla that no doubt would steal a couple of the Apple-cookies? Recently I shifted from decade of Nokia smart-phones for an Google Nexus. As one of the more topical smart-touch-phone entries I have mostly enjoyed its operation and capacity to connect to the Ethernet. But as as a phone, contact, and message manager Google's Android 2.1 missed the human-factors boat in important ways. Nokia is far smarter in their OS and hardware design based on a deeper insight to the actual human process that has evolved in the common and albeit it, evolving use model for these all critical features. What would be great is to suddenly find Nokia offering a Android handset that manages FLASH as well as a superior implementation of these core "smart-phone" qualities.firefox now the fastest browser on Earth Google Chrome gets ported to Nokia N900. The Google Chrome aka Chromium is not officially ported by Google. This version is based on Debian 32 bit release. It works great and the flash content works very well too. The porting is done by Jacekowski. The browser have some small bugs. Hope there will be a more stable version soon. Read after the break for install instructions and download link.