Windows CE handheld with 30 GB Hard Drive is coming

“”There’s good news and bad news coming from Korea-based Tinnos.The good news is that this company is bringing out a handheld running Windows CE 5.0 that will include a 30 GB hard drive and a 4.3-inch screen. The bad news is that it’s currently only slated for release in Japan.The Blufin, which is obviously intended as a mobile multimedia player, will have a 3.4 mm stereo headphone jack and a USB 2.0 port for quickly transferring large files.It will also include a 2-megapixel camera. Tinnos 30 GB HandheldTinnos says that this handheld’s 1.8 inch hard drive will be able to hold about 20 movies or 5,000 songs. If that isn’t enough, the Blufin will also include an SD/SDIO slot for additional storage.This device will use an Au1200 processor from AMD and include 128 MB of RAM.It will not come with any wireless capabilities built in, but these can be added through the SD/SDIO slot.Unfortunately, its screen resolution is not known at this time.Physically, it will be 5.2 inches wide, 3.0 inches tall, and 0.9 inches thick (131 mm x 76 mm x 22 mm). It will weigh 7.0 ounces (200 g)This Windows CE device is expected to be available in July for around $600.” via

First voip solution for Palm OS by Mantragroup

“Using mobile internet has become a part of everyday life. We use it for email, we send IMs using Causerie, learn and buy new things. With mobiVoip technology, you can now actively talk to your friend around the globe 24×7 at competitive calling plans.What is VoIP and mobiVoip? VOIP, or Voice Over IP (pronounced ‘voyp’), is a new technology that lets you make phone calls over the Internet. mobiVoip is MantraGroup’s propertiary technology which brings VoIP to mobile phones.When you make a VoIP phone call, you use a normal touch-tone telephone and dial the normal phone number just as you would any other time. The people on the other end can’t tell that whether you are calling from a traditional telephone or a VoIP phone. The main difference is that the phone call travels over the Internet rather than through the local phone company’s wires. mobiVoip™ takes it to next step allowing you to use your PDA and make VoIP calls. Will mobiVoIP technology change everything?Yes, we believe so. Carriers charge huge prices for international and roaming calls. With mobiVoIP patented technology, you can now use Bluetooth, Wifi, EVDO on your PDAs or Smartphones to call your friends. mobiVoIP™ also is been tested for low bandwidth connections like GPRS and IrDA.” Find out more at

Phones with the highest radiation levels revelead

There are some lists manufacturers love to be on, like the most popular or best selling. But a list of phones with the highest levels of radiation emissions is probably not going to make them smile. Regardless, consumers need to know, so here is the data.The following list was compiled by calculating the SAR, or Specific Absorption Rate, of the phones. The SAR measures the quantity of radiofrequency energy that is absorbed by the body. The higher the SAR, which is measured in Watts/Kilogram, the higher the ability of the phone to cause cell damage. The one thing that jumps out when you look at the list is the dominance of Motorola. The company likely isn’t thrilled that they have secured the top 9 spots on the list of eleven phones. But it could account for why they have the best reception. Here are the top phones, followed by the SAR:1) Motorola Slvr L6 – 1.582) Motorola V120c – 1.552) Motorola V265 – 1.554) Motorola V70 – 1.545) Motorola C290 – 1.535) Motorola P8767 – 1.535) Motorola ST7868 – 1.535) Motorola ST7868W – 1.539) Motorola A845 – 1.519) Palm Treo 650 GSM – 1.519) Panasonic Allure – 1.51″ via

Review of GSM handset Sony Ericsson W710i

“You have to keep in mind, though, that a “sport-centric” model is not the one packing all its functionality in an impenetrable casing – in fact it may feature a standard shell. The sharpest distinction is presence of a sensor, tracking your speed, when you are running or walking. Having this tool on its board, a handset instantly moves to sport-centric range, in other words targeted at people who would really love to keep an eye on their loading. Naturally this holds true not only for sportsmen, but also for common people, going in for sports occasionally. So far only Nokia 550 and Sony Ericsson W710i may be considered as truly sport-orientated handsets. The biggest difference between these two is that Nokia offers more solid casing and runs S60 third edition operating system, which implies it originates from smartphones, while the solution by Sony Ericsson is just an ordinary feature-packed cell phone. And in light of the fact both of them share a motion sensor, it is really hard to say which looks more appealing. Nevertheless, it’s a bit too early to talk about this, so let’s move on the actually reviewing Sony Ericsson W710i.” Read this review at