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Aug 25, 2011

Dassault Systemes Catia Training Manuals and Exercises

-Basic Fundamentals Book 1
-Basic Fundamentals Book 2
-Detail Drafting
-Detail drafting Exercise guide
-Detail for Dummies
-Expert Mechanical Book 1
-Expert Mechanical Book 2

Unico Books
-Advanced Surface Design Exercises
-Advanced Surface Design Theory Part_1_2_3
-Complementary Course Surface Design 1-2
-Complimentry Course Solid Design Excersises
-Basics Course General Exercises 1-2
-Basics Course General Exercises 2-2
-Basics design theory


General Course
-Exercises assembly
-Exercises curve and surface
-Exercises drawing
-Exercises dress up features
-Exercises hybrid modeling
-Exercises sketch based features
-Exercises sketcher

Solid Course
-Exercises boolean operations
-Exercises dress up
-Exercises hybrid
-Exercises modifying
-Exercises pattern
-Exercises sketcher

Surface Course
-Exercises curves
-Exercises operations
-Exercises surfaces

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Nokia Commits to New, High-End Symbian Devices

In February, Espoo, Finland-based mobile phone maker Nokia announced a partnership with Microsoft, the result of which would be the adoption of Windows Phone on new Nokia smartphones. 

Currently, Nokia is the largest handset vendor in the world, and the Symbian operating system it uses on its handsets enjoys the largest market share globally. 

However, the Symbian platform has been losing ground lately in front of newcomers like Google's Android and Apple's iOS, as Nokia was unable to change the OS at the same fast pace that the new platforms changed. 

As announced last month, Nokia will adopt Windows Phone as its primary mobile operating system, but it seems that it won't leave Symbian aside either, at least not for the time being. Contrary, the company plans new, high-end handsets running under the OS. 

Currently, the company is working on the delivery of a major update for the platform, with a new user interface, a faster browser, improved performance in many areas, and the like.

As previously reported, the software update would arrive on the company's latest devices as the PR2.0 firmware, and is expected to be pushed out of Nokia's labs sometime this summer. 

In a recent post, Purnima Kochikar, vice president, Forum Nokia, explains how the company plans on keeping the Symbian OS alive for the next few years, and talks about Nokia's commitment to its users. 

“The first major update will arrive in summer, delivering a new home screen, new flexible widgets, new icons, a faster browser, new Navbar and a fresh look and feel to Ovi Store and Ovi Maps, including integration of social media services in Ovi Maps,” Kochikar says. 

Nokia C7 Astound, the smartphone announced at CTIA Wireless this year, as being on its way to T-Mobile USA, comes with some of these enhancements loaded on it right from the start.

“Those plus the rest of the enhancements will be delivered to all users over the air in a simple update available from the Home Screen, and Nokia Astound users will receive the remaining enhancements not already in their device at the same time,” Kochikar explains.

Moreover, it seems that Nokia is also set to come to the market with a nice range of new, highly appealing devices running under the Symbian OS during the ongoing year, and beyond that.

The transition to Windows Phone would take some time, and the handset vendor plans a great Symbian roadmap for the time frame, namely for 2011 and 2012.

“These devices will take advantage of the strong integration of devices and services as well as our strength in areas such as imaging and location-based services. They will also include improvements in hardware performance such as GHz+ processing capabilities and faster graphics speeds,” Kochikar states.

At the same time, Nokia committed to supporting existing users of its Symbian-based devices for as long as necessary. 

“Our intention is that when users come to the end of the natural lifecycle of their Symbian device they will make the change to a Nokia Windows Phone device and so it would not be in our interests to undermine their Nokia smartphone experience,” Kochikar continued. 

Partner operators would also help during the transition period, he continued. Nokia is working at the moment with 109 operators in 34 countries.

“In many markets, including markets where Symbian is currently the lead smartphone platform with significant market share such as China, India, Russia and Turkey, we will continue to make our Symbian portfolio as competitive as possible while we work with Microsoft to introduce Windows Phone,” Kochikar said.

“For that reason certain markets will play a more significant role in selling the 150 million Symbian devices than others and we will be selling devices long after Windows Phone devices from Nokia have already started to appear in other markets. That is why we cannot give you the date when Symbian will no longer be supported.”

Application developers would also benefit from this, since they can still consider building applications for the OS, using Qt, the development platform for Symbian and future MeeGo technology, Nokia committed to the future development of this platform as well.

Download Nokia Software Updater 3.0.495 for Windows

Along with the release of Symbian Anna for all devices that landed on shelves with the Symbian^3 operating system on board, Nokia also made available upgraded tools that would enable users update their phones to the new platform release. 

One of these is the Nokia Software Updater, available for machines running under Microsoft's Windows platform, which was just released in a stable flavor, 3.0.495. 

Previously available in a beta flavor, the application is now gold, and is up for grabs for all those who would like to give it a try.

“Nokia Software Updater 3.0.495 for Windows has been released to consumers. When you start your NSU client next time, you will get the latest NSU version automatically,” the development team notes in a post on the Nokia Beta Labs. 

The software is expected to taste various other enhancements in the near future, yet it seems that none of them will be a major upgrade, one that might bring along changes to the interface, the development team explains. 

The release notes for the new Nokia Software Updater 3.0.495 for Windows include:
  • Support for Symbian Anna release
  • Application update fixes
  • USB HUB Warning

The application is available for download for all computers running under Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, and offers users the possibility to easily download and install new software on their mobile phones. 

For that, the Nokia device should be connected to the computer, and all data on the phone should be backed up. The NSU will only find new OS flavors for the handset. 

All those who will give the application a try should consider offering feedback on the experience they receive from it, so that more enhancements will be added into the mix via future updates.

Download here

New Nokia N9 Colors Spotted

Nokia N9, the first MeeGo-based smartphone from Nokia, is expected to arrive on shelves in more colors than what the Finnish handset vendor announced. 

When unveiling the new mobile phone, the company said that it will hit shelves in black, cyan, or magenta, but it seems that two more variants of the handset might be released. 

In addition to these three, the Nokia N9 might be launched in orange and green as well, at least this is what a recently spotted photo with the handset shows. 

No official word on these color flavors of the handset has emerged so far, and chances are that they would be exclusive to some markets around the world, rumor has it. 

However, chances are that, the same as with some of the Symbian^3 handsets from the company, the Nokia N9 too might be launched in more than just one color, so as to expand the available options for all users. 

Moreover, there is also the possibility that Nokia would be working on more color options for the N9 cases, though nothing is known on the matter until now. 

One other thing that needs confirmation at the moment is the release date for Nokia's first MeeGo-powered device. 

Some of the previous reports on the handset suggested that it might be released sometime towards the end of September, on September 23rd, to be more precise, but so far nothing official has leaked on this. 

At the same time, it remains to be seen where around the world the Nokia N9 will arrive on shelves. 

Nokia already said that the phone will not be released via its official channels in a series of markets, but various retailers in those countries have already started to pick up the device. 

Chances are that retailers might be set to bring the Nokia N9 to more markets as well, even if Nokia will not.

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