Personality Psychology Pro for Pocket PCs just updated to v1.5

Sony PSP Maps and GPS Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review” 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.—25/Aug/2006 UPDATE (1.5) —* 320×240 Horizontal resolution now supported.* 640×480 Horizontal resolution now supported.* Bugs fixed” Check this GREAT program here:

Review of a GSM handset Samsung D900

“Insignificant weight of handset is explained by refusal of using metallic parts in the case, it is made fully out of plastic. Assemblage quality is at good level, there’s no backlash of two panels, everything is all right. Front panel is easily soiled, it carries markings from cheek, you can see them clearly outdoors, though they are not that evident indoors.A display installed in this model is great, it has QVGA resolution (240×320 pixels, 33×44 mm), diagonal is 2.1 inches. Display is able to show up to 262k colors (TFT), which are lively and colorful. Up to 8 text lines can fit it, with 4 lines reserved for service needs. This model is clearly superior over Nokia 6233 and Sony Ericsson K800i in terms of display. In some modes it is possible to display up to 12 text lines. Information stays readable outdoors. ” Find out more here:

Toshiba Gigabeat S Review at mobilemag!

“It seems every day that about 10 or 20 new DAPs (digital audio players) appear on the market, but try as they might, the iPod reigns supreme. The behemoth known as Microsoft has been trying to get into the market for a while now, with various portable media centers made by Creative and others, but besides a few media junkies getting into the fray, they haven’t seen wide success. Even big Dell just recently folded their brand of DAP devices.Enter CES 2006 – during his keynote speech, Bill Gates announced Microsoft’s first real serious challenger to the iPod, their new Portable Media Center software, and the first device to use it, the Toshiba Gigabeat S (MES30VW). It’s a 30GB, or 60 GB player, the size and shape of an iPod, which also plays videos, and does it well. After the conference, Toshiba stated that they’d break it out on the public in March. Well, that came and went, and here we are in the summer just finally getting the chance to enjoy this little player. Was it worth the wait? For the most part, I’d say so.The Gigabeat S comes in at $369.00 (CAD) for the 30 GB model (in white), and $469.00 for the 60 GB (in black), which places it pretty well against its poddy competition. When you open up the box you get several different cables that’ll allow you to connect to your computer, or your home theatre (or audio system) without much trouble at all. As well as an AC adapter and headphones of course.” Read more here:

imate SPJAS smartphone and imate JASJAM communicator, officially

“At the i-mate site appeared official pages devoted to i-mate SPJAS smartphone and i-mate JASJAM communicator, i.e. the models will be announced in the nearest future.I’d remind you these devices are implementation of HTC Breeze and HTC Hermes platforms, which are already introduced under other names, including HTC, HTC MTeoR and HTC TyTN.The JASJAM doesn’t differ much from other versions of HTC Hermes. You can tell it from others by the inscription on the shell. I’d remind you the main specs: GSM/GPRS/EDGE and WCDMA/HSDPA, sliding QWERTY-keyboard, 2.8” QVGA (240×320 pixels) LCD, 2-megapixel camera plus frontal CIF-camera for video telephony, Samsung 400 MHz CPU, 64 MB RAM and 128 MB flash memory, Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) and Bluetooth, microSD slot, Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC Phone operating systemSony PSP Maps and GPS Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review.The SP JAS smartphone is a version of HTC Breeze with the frontal camera for video telephony. This is its advantage against HTC MTeoR,. It is positioned as the first 3G Windows mobile smartphone by i-mate. The main specs of the SP JAS are as follows: GSM/GPRS/EDGE and WCDMA, digital keyboard, 2.2” QVGA (240×320 pixels) LCD, 1.3-megapixel camera and frontal CIF-camera for video telephony. Samsung 300 MHz CPU, 64 MB RAM and 128 MB flash ROM, Bluetooth, microSD slot, Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone.”

Linux powers DoCoMo's first 3.5G phone

“Japan’s largest mobile operator will power-up a 3.5G network next week, and launch a Linux-based phone capable of using it. The N902iX phone, supplied by NEC, offers features most U.S. and European users can only dream of — such as 3.6Mbit/s peak download speeds. HSDPA (high-speed downlink packet access) is based on the same WCDMA technology used in DoCoMo’s currently available 3G network, FOMA (“Freedom of Mobile Access”). However, HSDPA offers peak download speeds approximately 10 times greater than the 384Kbit/s rates offered by FOMA. DoCoMo’s HSDPA service will launch on August 31, with initial coverage limited to Tokyo. Other major Japanese cities will be brought online by October, and 90 percent of DoCoMo subscribers will have access to the service before 2008, according to a Telecompaper report.In the meanwhile, where HSDPA service is not yet available, the N902iX mobile phone can fall back to FOMA, DoCoMo says. The phone operates on licensed 2GHz and 800MHz frequency bands. It additionally supports 1.7GHz, and can use DoCoMo’s “WORLD WING” W-CDMA international roaming service, said to be available in 33 countries/regions.” Find out more at