MemMaid 1.6 for Pocket PC is out!

“MemMaid is a tool that scans and detects all the files and registry entries that consume your memory and removes them leaving your Pocket PC’s memory clean like never before. The only tool you will ever need to clean and manage your Pocket PC’s memory.Now supports Windows Mobile 5 as well as 2002/2003/2003SE QVGA and VGAIncrease your security and protect your privacyWipe files not just delete them; Delete cookies, browser history, phone log, etc.Enhance the performance of your deviceClose unwanted programs, clean the notification queue, etc.Take more control of your deviceDecide what to run at the startup, check the notification queue, etc.Increase the available memoryDelete unwanted temp files, bad uninstall files, browser cache” Check this great program here: via

Blackberrys 8700g with EDGE available on TMobile

Windows Mobile“T-Mobile and Research In Motion (RIM) introduced the BlackBerry 8700g support EDGE connection.In addition to an easy-to-use 35 key QWERTY keyboard, the BlackBerry 8700g features a bright, high resolution screen that supports more than 65,000 colors and delivers vivid graphics. It also incorporates an innovative light-sensing technology that automatically adjusts the screen and keyboard lighting to optimized levels in outdoor, indoor and dark environments.With its re-engineered device platform, Intel XScale processor, 64 MB flash memory and 16 MB SDRAM, the BlackBerry 8700g enables significantly faster web browsing, attachment viewing and application performance.In addition to leading wireless email and data features, the lightweight BlackBerry 8700g also incorporates premium phone features including quad-band functionality for international users*, dedicated ‘send,’ ‘end’ and ‘mute’ phone keys, smart dialing, conference calling, speed dial, call forwarding, as well as speakerphone and Bluetooth support for hands-free use with car kits and headsets.For corporate users, BlackBerry Enterprise Server software tightly integrates with Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino and Novell GroupWise and works with existing enterprise systems to enable secure, push-based wireless access to email and other corporate data. ” via

Sharp unveils the 904SH, world's first VGA phone

“Sharp’s new 904SH for Japan is being advertised as the first true VGA mobile phone in the world. It has a jaw-dropping 480 x 640 pixel display. The best displays up to this point have been QVGA (Q is for Quarter). That means that the 904SH will have resolution that is four times better than the best you can currently get.What can you use that visual treat for? The 904SH comes with a 3.2 megapixel camera. You can play 3D video games and they are made even more enjoyable thanks to a Motion Control Sensor. The phone has Bluetooth and uses that Bluetooth to recognize other phones close by so you can instant message with them. An interesting feature will make the phone hard to steal as well. It uses the camera for a face recognition feature that authenticates users by matching their facial characteristics to those on file.Given the features and the display, the phone doesn’t seem overly expensive. It will cost Japanese subscribers about $210” via

MegaBowling for Palm OS Review

“Swing view takes a different approach from Stroke & Arcade modes by changing to an overhead, top-down view of the lane. Much like how many modern basketball titles simulate free throw shooting, the ball icon constantly sweeps from left to right. The player must tap the large “Go” button at precisely the right moment in order to line up the throw. Additional control over the ball’s motion is possible by angling the stylus left or right prior to releasing the “Go” button. Additionally, the ball’s sweep speed can be adjusted by a gauge in the lower left hand corner of the screen. In all gameplay modes, gutter balls never occurred unless intentionally attempted- a welcome for this reviewer compared to real life bowling results!” Read this review at