The last few days we are experiencing some big problems with our domain, phorepoc.tk. The site is unavailable on that domain as it is disabled by the tk administration and we may need more than 15 days to solve the problem. There are plans on moving into a .com domain in the near future. Till then our site will be temporarily be available at http://phorepoc.memphisx.eu/

We are really sorry for the inconvenience.

The first steps of All About SX1 Website's revival has been done. The domain allaboutsx1.tk is used now completely on the website. Disqus commenting system was also added as we are really interested in your opinion. There was a move to another server too that will hopefully make the site work better. But after 4 years of no activity more changes must happen. And for that we need your help.

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When Nokia announced the Fusion of their Maemo OS with Intel's Moblin that born MeeGo, many questions raised about future support of their existing Maemo devices and especially N900. But every Open Sοurce Operating System has its own community to drive it's evolution. This is the case for Maemo 5 and its only device powering it the Nokia N900 where they now get a proper project for maintaining the OS the way their users want, the right way.

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4 years have past since the last time All About SX1 was updated. Siemens is no more into mobile phones... Series 60 is now synonym of Symbian as it is the only UI. Things have changed alot. There was no reason to update the site unless there was going to change a root, be an all around Symbian site or a site dedicated to oggplay or music on Symbian devices in general. I decided to bring it back, change a few things, update some others but have the essence of what SX1 was. This is not only a website about SX1, its a website for all the legacy Series 60 devices. It will be a great knowledge site about the history of Symbian as most people and smartphone newcomers are not really educated. Plenty of things will come, just stay tuned...

One of the biggest advantages of Maemo and the forthcoming MeeGo devices is it's open Operating System, a true Linux Distribution, and the great community behind it. Even if Nokia really stopped fully supporting Maemo, the community made miracles in many aspects of the OS and 3rd party apps.Nokia's OVI Maps is one such great example which got modified and now brings features only seen before on the Symbian Client.

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