U510 claims to be the world's thinnest flash drive

“I’ve written countless times about a new flash drive claiming to be the world’s smallest, but here’s one that’s a bit different – it’s claim is that it’s the world’s thinnest. PQI has unveiled their new U510 and it’s about the size of a credit card. Just 3 mm thick, which, when combined with its other dimensions of 85 x 54 mm, means that you have a tiny little drive that you could slide right into your pocket or wallet and hardly even notice. Even better, this little card is packed with 16GB of data storage, and a retractable USB 2.0 jack. There’s no word yet on the price or the availability, though the best guess has to be that it will be pricy given the specs” via mobilemag.com

Canalys: Palm is “first” at PDA sales!

“Palm posted slight growth overall, but slipped to third in the worldwide rankings. Canalys estimates that Treo smart phone shipments were up 44% on the same quarter one year ago, but the Treo is yet to gain traction outside the US – a situation Palm will hope to correct with new models expected later this year. Palm’s growing smart phone sales were offset by steep declines in those of handhelds. Globally the handheld segment was down 25%, with the top four players in this field (Palm, HP, Dell and Acer) all seeing year-on-year falls, and the only leading handheld vendor to post growth being fifth-placed Mio Technology, up 7%.” Very interesting tables with the sales of all companies. Check it all at canalys website

Orange SPV M3000 review at infosyncworld

Orange SPV M3000 ” Capable of sustaining Windows Mobile 5.0 for up to two days with average use, the SPV M3000 plays to the strengths and weaknesses of this operating system which include its broad variety of Microsoft branded applications, best-in-class desktop synchronization and good groupware support for Exchange. Document management, meanwhile, is decent but by no means extensive with Microsoft’s own applications handling the viewing and editing of Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.” Read this review here:

LG KD1500/LD1500: another DMB phone with the rotating LCD

“The South Korean company LG Electronics has unveiled another mobile phone with the rotating LCD and the support of DMB TV. The model will have LG-KD1500 index (for KTF operator) and LG-LD1500 (for LGT operator).The main functions:
Rotating at 170 degrees LCD
Continuous playback of digital TV up to 3.5 hours
Recording of TV and radio programs to phone memory (30-40/90-100 minutes)
Support of mobile commercial services (KTF : K-merce, LGT : Bank On)
Support of music services VOD/MP3 (KTF : Fimm, LGT : Music On)
T-flash storage cards

The short specs:
Dimensions: 100.5x50x19.6 mm
Weight: 120 g
LCD: 2.2” TFT LCD, 262K colors, 240×320 pixels
Memory: 64 MB of internal memory extended with T-flash cards
Sound: 64-tones
Camera: 1.3 МП, CMOS with backlight
Battery: 950/1300 mAh ”

Personality Psychology Pro for PPCs updated to v1.41

Hand“A huge pack of personality test & games presented in a pleasant / funny way. By these Psychology tests & games you can realize much more about yourself and about your companion (Sexual partner). You can analyze your personality and find out what is on your mind.You can use this program to understand yourself, to find more about a close person or to have fun with your friends. You can even impress someone by its accurate results. This program is a pack of:* personality tests (> 1000 ques.),* personality statistics and outcome* games/fun (Graph., text, stories etc)* birthday analysis (What tree did you fall from? etc) * you can set up to 3 completely different users at the same time!…and much more that will make you realize about your character learn more about psychology and of course have fun—26/Apr/2006 UPDATE (1.41) —* Redraw issue fixed when receiving call* Other redraw issues fixed* Scroll up/down the text boxes with hard keys* Bugs fixed.” Check it here:

MicroQuad Review for Palm OS

https://i0.wp.com/www.viex.org/img/shoots06_big.gif?w=525 “The difficulty levels are, in ascending order of difficulty; Baby Cup, Junior Cup, Pro Cup, Master Cup and Expert Cup. In a rather frustrating touch, the Baby Cup must be completed to advance to the Junior Cup. I was really hoping to skip ahead to Expert level and see HOW much harder the game becomes. Baby Cup is easily completed but the difficulty is cranked up a good bit in the Junior Cup. Each level include 4 very detailed and varied tracks.” Read the review of this great game here: