Nokia E60 review at infosyncworld

Nokia E60 “Equipped with a generous suite of applications, the E60 does very well at PIM management and messaging – although sadly not groupware, as support for such is not present out-of-box. It does, however, come with a very decent line-up of editors for Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents including Bluetooth printing support, yet falls short – as do so many of its Nokia business phone siblings – on the note of local and groupware synchronization. Furthermore, although the backlit keypad and rubber-padded joystick are two of Nokia’s best creations as of late, any serious data entry or document management is out of the question due to the lack of a thumbboard.” Read this review here:

Skype Teams with Dell for Faster VoIP Calls

“Skype and Dell announced on Wednesday that they have joined forces for faster VoIP calls. The companies agreed to ship Skype software with new Dell XPS mobile systems, which include the XPS M1210 and XPS M2010. The new deal calls for Dell to provide its customers with access to Skype’s voice and video Internet calling software. According to the deal, Dell will pre-load Skype on the XPS 2010, a mobile entertainment system, which features a 20.1-inch high-definition display with integrated Web cam. The XPS 1210 can also be configured with Skype as part of an optional audio-video communications package also comprised of an integrated rotating Web cam, noise-isolation earbuds and mobile broadband capability.” Read more at

World's first WiFi 802.11g SDIO card

World's first WiFi 802.11g SDIO card“Power Digital Card’s SDIO WiFi card (Eezcon) brings faster WiFi speeds to your device via an 802.11g connection. Touted as the world’s first WiFi 802.11g SDIO card, it is similar in stature with many of the other SDIO WiFi cards on the market, save for the improved speed and better power consumption that will prolong the battery life of your device whenever you’re connected. The card measures 24mm x 43mm x 2.1mm and is waterproof, dustproof, shockproof, and ESD-proof. Not only that, the Eezcon card supports dual interactive functions for a seamless working experience. Look out for its release anytime this quarter.” via

The White Sony Ericsson M600i photos

“Announced in February, we are finally seeing it soon in June. This is a fully-specified email tool and mobile phone rolled into an extremely stylish, slim device featuring a touch screen and handwriting recognition. Its size is 107 x 57 x 15 mm, and is only about 112g. M600i is the second Symbian OS 9.1 and UIQ 3.0 enabled phone in the Sony Ericsson portfolio. As it is supported the UTMS connection, you can expect a high speed access on data connection.” More photos at

Sony Releases PSP Firmware 2.71

Sony Releases PSP Firmware 2.71 Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review “Sony released Firmware 2.71 for the Sony PSP in Japan. The new PSP firmware allows you to download game demos directly from the PSP web browser onto the memory stick. Currently available are the LocoRoco demo and a demo of Kazou (Sudoku game). Other improvements related to the Location Free player support. You can download the new firmware 2.71 on this page. Sony released the 2.70 Firmware update on April 25th and motivated us to update with a downloadable demo game of LocoRoco“. via