Spb Time 2.0 Released for Pocket PC

” Spb Time is an advanced, skinnable time toolbox for your Pocket PC. Analog and digital clock modes, World clock, timers and stopwatches are combined in one application. On Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC devices Spb Time can work as a Screen Saver when the device is connected to external power. You may comfortably use Spb Time as a desktop clock when the device is in its cradle.Features NEW! Windows Mobile 5.0 support NEW! Spb Pocket Plus Applet NEW! Today plug-in NEW! Slideshow in screensaver Skins Analog clock Digital clock with calendar World clock with zoom Stopwatch with lap times export Multiple timers and stopwatches Full Screen view for clocks Toolbar designed for finger taps Tap and drag to set alarm WM2003 SE and SE/VGA support” Check it here:

OfficeSuite for S60 3rd Edition is out!

OS MobiSystems have released OfficeSuite for S60 3rd Edition, allowing you to view and edit Word and Excel documents on your phone. Its view mode is unrestricted, while there is a 30 day trial limit for editing.OfficeSuite is also available for S60 2nd Edition. You can read our review of Office Suite for S60 2nd Edition here. The S60 3rd Edition version is similar in functionality and scope. The S60 3rd Edition version is suitable for the Nokia N71, N80, N91, E60, E61, E70, 3250 and other 3rd Edition handsets. Features inlcude support for password protected documents, customised zoom, full screen viewing and editing, 6 language spell check, support for tables and pictures on Word files, word count, and a common file explorer (which allows access to both internal memory, the memory card and the messaging inbox).Both Quickoffice and Data Viz have demonstrated their respective products (Quickoffice and Documents to Go) running on S60 3rd Edition devices and they are expected to release their software in due course. All of these products are aimed at allowing the edit of Microsoft Office files on S60 phones.OfficeSuite can open .doc, .rtf, .xls, .csv, and .xml formats.” via allaboutsymbian.com

HTC TyTN, MTeoR business phones unveiled

HTC TyTN ” The main difference between the TyTN and its predecessors is the inclusion of tri-band 3G (UMTS) with HSDPA support for use both in Europe and the US, which also includes video calling courtesy of a front-mounted 0.1 Megapixel camera. Additional connectivity options include quad-band GSM with EDGE as well as Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 1.1 with support for USB charging. ” Find out more at infosyncworld.com

HP iPAQ rw6828 Review at CNET

“It comes in both white and metallic silver colour schemes, and features a changeable screen protector. The screen protector is somewhat garish, but it’s a necessary evil for safeguarding against scratches.The handheld is small and lightweight, measuring 102mm by 58mm by 19.5mm and weighing in at 140 grams. Its size means that, unlike with most smart phones, you can comfortably hold the rw6828 up to your ear to make calls, without worrying about muscle fatigue or simply looking dorky. The unit’s design is minimalist — there’s no keyboard and few function buttons to clutter the face. The lack of a keyboard means that the rw6828 isn’t ideal for heavy data-entry, but on the positive side it has allowed HP to integrate a large 240×320, 18-bit screen. The above-average screen size is great for watching video content or GPS maps, though you’ll need to fork out extra for a GPS receiver as one isn’t included.In place of a keyboard, all data is entered using the stylus and touch screen. Handwriting recognition is pleasing and usually accurate, but it’s still a lot slower than bashing out e-mails on a hardware keyboard.” Read more here:

Computex 2006, all the new models on Windows Mobile

“Talking about events involving Windows Mobile, which took place behind the scenes at Computex, there were a couple of really exciting ones. The leadership in WM-armed devices is still clamed by HTC (High Tech Computer). After HTC’s announcement on taking over Dopod (this brand distributed HTC’s production in China and Taiwan), the company’s shares went down. The investors fear that the transaction may negatively affect HTC’s operators-related business (the corporation manufactures specialized solutions for certain operators, which re-brand them and retail afterwards). Tatung didn’t manage to master the problem of creating a reliable inexpensive device and thus shut down its mobile division. It is intensively rumored on the Taiwanese market that Foxconn (the largest ODM/OEM manufacturer) is planning on releasing communicators of its own.” Check out this great article with many photos at mobile-review.com

Philips PMC7230 PMP sports 30GB and a kickstand

“Who needs a portable DVD player when you can rock a hard-drive based personal media player instead. Sure, the screen is a tad bit smaller, but you don’t need to fumble around the with clumsy optical discs and can easily stash all of your personal vids for your viewing pleasure on the go. The latest in PMPs comes by way of Philips and their new PMC7230. Available in 20 gigabyte and 30 gigabyte varieties, this personal media player runs on Windows Portable Media Center for a familiar user interface. The display is not huge, but big enough at three and a half inches, but best of all, you don’t need to cradle the thing in your lap the whole time. Throw out the kickstand and plop it on a nearby table.Expected support includes a wide variety of music and movie formats, including PlaysForSure. Look for the Philips PMC7230 personal media player to hit shelves this September with an asking price of about $350.” via mobilemag.com