Hubdog brings Blogs to Windows Mobile devices

MONTREAL, QC., July 27th, 2006 – Countless number of people out there are reading almost everything on their mobiles and it’s growing everyday.To help bloggers address this new opportunity, SRN has officially launched Hubdog Blogger Program: Hubdog’s mobile publisher program allows affiliate bloggers to create mobile versions of their blogs that are perfectly fit to Windows Mobile devices. Plus the service is completely free and totally user friendly.See for yourself: The program’s built-in marketing toolset allows partner bloggers to add their own personalized subscription button or “chicklet” to their blog’s sidebar. This allows Windows Mobile users to easily get an optimize version of their favorite blogs on their devices, a version that can be access either online (live mode) or offline (podcast mode).How it works ? Well, Hubdog simply connects to your blog RSS feed and displays your content in a mobile version perfectly fit to your Windows Mobile device.The software can also cache your blog to ensure your content is always available offline. Hubdog users can also email interesting blog posts from their devices to their friends and contacts, leveraging viral promotion of their favorite blogs.Bottom line, Hubdog improves and optimizes the experience of reading blogs on any Windows Mobile pocket pc device. Hubdog Blogger Program Benefits:- Optimize your blog for Windows Mobile pocket pcs devices.- Cost-free solution for addressing millions of mobile readers throughout the world.- Track your success: Get statistical usage data about readers subscribing to your channel.- 100% efficiency, since channels are subscribed by readers on an opt-in basis.- Access to an educated, influential readership with a high disposable income.- Leverage online content distribution and serve existing readers with an added value mobile delivery solution.- Attract new readers and build stronger relationships with existing readers.

TMobile Releases Updated MDA ROM!

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“TMOBILE has posted the long awaited ROM (ver 2.26) for the MDA USA. It contains a Radio Fix addressing the searching, signal acquirring issue as well as A2DP. Remember, you need a Fully Charged MDA before you get started, and make sure your PC will not go into Hibernate during the install. Also, on a personal experience note, I had a 3-5 minute pause when I got to 85%. Just as I began to worry, it picked back up. You never want to disturb the process or disconnect the cable. Complete instructions are included in the ROM Upgrade.”Download: T-Mobile MDA Software Version ( Updated: 07/28/06Size: 55 MBNotes: To find the Handheld Software version: 1. From the Today screen, press “Start”. 2. Select “Settings”. 3. Select the “System” tab. 4. Select the “Device Information” icon. 5. Check the ROM version. If your device software version is not, it is highly recommended that you download and install this software.” Check it here: via

LG VX8500 Chocolate Available Now!

“The latest sweet chocolate from LG is in slider mode. The LG VX8500 is available from today… only for Verizon Wireless.Similar to other Chocolate phone, the LG VX8500 has the touch sensitive navigation controls that detect the heat in your fingertip. The chocolate camera phone has a A 1.3 megapixel camera, it is also a music phone which support MP3 and WMA music files formats. Quick access sensor buttons will allow you to activate the music player smoothly. Weighting at 100 grams, the LG VX8500 can connect wirelessly with other phones or gadgets via bluetooth connection. EV-DO connection will make sure you get high speed connection and enjoy the music streaming from Verizon Wireless. The phone has a microSD memory card slot for memory expansion. 128 MB internal memory is available by default where 64MB of it is reserved for music files.” More photos at

The Ultimate Multimedia Smartphone the N93 reviewed

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“To use the 3.2 megapixel camera, you must swivel the screen through a right angle, with this action starting the camera application. However in any other mode, ‘Camera’ uses the secondary (VGA/video calling) camera. It is a shame that you cannot switch back to the main camera, to take candid images and videos to your left hand side. One related annoyance is that when you rotate the screen back into clamshell mode, after using the camera, the application stays active but switches to the secondary camera, meaning that you’re taken from your peaceful photographic experience of your subject to seeing an image of your own face – which can come as a bit of a shock!The proof of the pudding is in the eating, of course, especially with this review’s focus on the multimedia performance. Before going any further, let us state that there’s no way the N93 is good enough to displace a standalone digital camera of similar specification for even semi-professional use. The lens and CMOS array are just physically too small and the handling of extremes of light and dark just isn’t flexible enough. As with all other smartphone camera, in very bright light there will be washed out areas and in dim conditions (e.g. indoors) there will be lots of picture ‘noise’ and blur on any moving objects. Contrast this with a standalone camera, which will have a large enough lens and enough sensor intelligence to gather and cope with an awful lot more photons of light.” Read this great review here:

SanDisk Acquires Msystems for $1.55 billion

MILPITAS, CALIFORNIA and KFAR SABA, ISRAEL – July 30, 2006 SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK) and msystems Ltd. (NASDAQ: FLSH) today entered into definitive agreements for SanDisk to acquire msystems in an all stock transaction. This combination joins together two flash memory pioneers with complementary products, customers and channels. Together the combined company will have the people, technology, manufacturing and IP to play a leading role in creating new markets and accelerating the penetration of flash memory into existing storage applications. Read more here: