Orange SPV M600 review at infosyncworld

“Sadly lacking 3G connectivity, the Orange SPV M600 still does rather well in the connectivity department with adequate data transfer speeds and good voice performance as delivered by quad-band GSM and EDGE support. The inclusion of Bluetooth 1.2 for dial-up networking and headset use further improves matters, as does Wi-Fi 802.11b and the USB 2.0 with charging support – always a nice touch for road warriors. Sporting comfortably snappy overall performance despite its modest 200 MHz processor, the SPV M600 does well at common productivity tasks, including the full set of its pre-installed applications. It’s a bit limited in the memory department with 43 MB of storage and 25 MB of RAM, which means its SDIO capable SD/MMC expansion slot should come in handy for all but the most basic of users. ” Find out more here:

The prison for Palm OS updated to v1.9.1(FREE)

“The Prison is a Breakout-style game featuring a variety of power-ups and special bricks, with some relatively unique effects like magnetism and teleportation.Color (8-bit) and grayscale (2-bit) are supported in one file.The game has 60 internal boards, along with support for external sets.A board editor for Windows is included (apologies to everyone else).Update Description:Changes in v1.9.1:- Fixed divide by zero error when catching decelerate power-ups.” Check it here:

W700 WALKMAN Phone launched in Titanium Gold colour

“The latest addition to Sony Ericsson’s Walkman phone family, the W700, will appeal to lovers of classic and discreet design. Available in subtle Titanium Gold the W700 is the 8th Walkman phone from Sony Ericsson, and it broadens the appeal of the category to new groups of music listeners. Great listening and easy to operate, it combines a top quality music player with a 2 Megapixel camera plus lots of features for fun and work. The Walkman music player even works with the phone turned-off – great for use on flights.“The W700 builds on the legacy of the first Walkman phone, the W800. This phone will appeal to anyone who wants a quality music player in their phone for occasional listening,” said Jan Wareby, Corporate Executive Vice President, Head of Sale and Marketing, Sony Ericsson.There’s also greater potential to expand the storage capacity. As with all Walkman phones a Memory Stick PRO Duo is included in the box. The W700 comes with 256MB – enough to hold 6 CDs for occasional music listening. But with up to 2GB versions on the market, enough to hold 47 CDs, there is enough music storage available to entertain on even the longest of journeys.W700 comes supplied with high quality headset that plugs into a standard connector, so you can connect a favourite headset of your own if you wish. There are also a full range of plug-in music accessories from small portable speakers to car systems available.Music management couldn’t be simpler. All the software and cables you need to rip CDs to your PC and transfer them to the phone is included the box.The W700 will ship globally during Q2 2006 and be available in Titanium Gold. A Smooth White colour variant will be available in some markets.” Check this awesome phone here:

Crazy Athletics II for Palm OS just updated to v2.2

Microsoft Puts SideShow on Media Center Remote Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review “The only fully animated Athletics game, ever made for the Palm handhelds, now totally redesigned and renewed for hours of fun and excitement!You are given a novice and weak athlete and you have to train him, gain experience & equipment and finally make him a real Olympic champion!This game consists of 6 different Olympic sports and dozen of other modes and features to keep you playing for endless hours!Crazy Athletics II:1) 6 different Olympic sports & 1 Olympic mode.2) Train your novice athlete & make him a real Olympic champion!3) Upgrade area, where you can help your athlete.4) Training mode for experience.5) Events where you gain experience and credits.6) 24 different events & 18 different leagues.7) Arcade mode. “— 04/Apr/2006 Update to v2.2 —* Redraw issue fixed when receiving call in Treo 650/600. Check this great game here:

Pioneer Inno finally on sale

“Satellite radio is the hottest thing since sliced bread, partly because of its multiple utility. By picking up an XM Radio receiver, it can function as a portable music player, an add-on to your automobile tune factory, or a source of commercial-free content for your home stereo. Pioneer has always been a recognized leader in the audio department, and the long awaited Inno – first seen earlier this year at CES – will finally start to ship this month.It’s one of the smallest devices of its kind, at a mere 3.7 x 2.2 x 0.6 inches and weighing just 4.5 ounces. Not only will you be able to access the wide range of live XM content, but you’ll also be able to store up to 50 hours of that stuff on there. Moreover, there’s even room in there for you to plug in MP3s and WMAs from your own library.There’s a full color 180 x 180 TFT display, and as promised, they’ve kept the price in the $400 range.” via

Review of GSM handset Nokia 6060

“The casing is made of plastic – the cover is mostly glossy, but the front and the rear of the handset have metal-like framings, because of them the device looks more magnificent, though this feeling momentarily fades away once you’ve taken the device in your hands, as the quality of materials used makes itself felt. As to other details on the appearance, the handset’s surface is easily soiled; all details are well-adjusted to each other with no gaps remaining. The front plate, besides the common large Nokia label, holds quite wide opening with a red indicator incorporated into – to tell the truth this detail leaves a strong impression that it has been adopted from some other device, since it doesn’t blend with the general outlook.” Read this review here:

Macromedia Flash Player 7 for Pocket PC!

“Now developers can create engaging mobile content, games and rich applications for all Windows Mobile 5 and Pocket PC 2003 devices.Developers can download the free Flash Player 7 for Pocket PC today to start developing and experiencing rich Flash content, enterprise applications and mobile services right from your Pocket PC.DownloadDownload Flash Player 7 for Pocket PC Installer (CAB, 1.39 MB)Note: This version of Flash Player is for the individual use of developers of Pocket PC devices. For more information about Adobe’s Flash Player distribution policy read the FAQ.When you download the free player, it is provided “as-is”—which means that Adobe will support it only for Windows Mobile 5 and Pocket PC 2003 OS devices through available online resources on our website. If you experience any problems for non-certified devices, you should discuss them with other developers in various forums.”