Nokia 7380 Review at

“As it turns out, there is a 104 x 208 pixels display screen embedded within the mirror. It’s only 30mm x 15mm, meant to be viewed while holding the phone horizontally. It’s 16bit colour display, but you can’t really see all the colours in the tiny space. There’s also a problem of poor visibility under bright sunlight. But it’s very stylish, especially the way the screen gradually dims down after a few seconds of inactivity. It conserves battery and looks like an innocent mirror at all times. On the whole, the phone is very compact. It’s only 114mm x 30mm wide, and 20mm thick. It weighs only 80g so you can put it a loose pocket without feeling your pants drop.” Read this nice review here:

Software turns smartphones into live video transmitters

“ComVu has announced the “world’s first” demonstration of live video broadcasts from a 3G camera-phone using DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting – Handheld) protocols. PocketCaster software is compatible with camera-phones running Windows Mobile 5.0, and uses Windows Media technologies to deliver live video to DVB-H equipped devices, according to the company.PocketCaster currently uses a variation of IPTV to stream video to as many as a “few thousand” simultaneous viewers, according to ComVu. The company says it is working closely with DVB-H specialist Modeo to deliver PocketCaster-generated video to Modeo-equipped devices, making user-generated content available to a potential audience “in the tens of millions worldwide.”Modeo says it expects to officially launch its DVB-H mobile broadcast network and commercial-grade multicast mobile broadcast center this year in select major U.S. markets, including New York City. The company currently is working on deployment of the network to the top 30 U.S. markets, with launches targeted throughout 2007.ComVu will be demonstrating PocketCaster over DVB-H at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention in Las Vegas this week.” via

PocketBible 3 Launched, And Reviewed

“Laridian has launched Pocket Bible 3.0 for the Pocket PC. They have made a ton of improvements to the application. Just a few enhancements are listed below:• Color highlighting• Continuous synchronization• Categorized Book Chooser• Context-sensitive tap-and-hold menus• Find your notes• Continuous text – no more page/chapter breaks. • Gesture-based navigation• DailyReader features have been combined into PocketBible 3• Open more than two books at once • Windows Mobile 5 softkey support and much more.” Check it out here: For the review you can read it at This report is from