“It’s all in your hands!” This hand reading software will guide you to self-understanding with many simple and entertaining image tests.Learn Hand Analysis / Reading with your PDA. Surprise and impress your friends. Discover more about yourself. Entertain your family or even read other people’shands and know more about them.Analyze you Palm / Fingers and discover everything about you & your inner thoughts. How to read palms the different lines and their meanings, hand shapes, fingers shapes, health carreer & love in your palms.Hand Reading Pro Features:* QVGA, 240×320 & 320×240 support!* Horizontal resolutions supported 320×240* Fully supports all newest pdas. (Motorola Q)* Windows Mobile smartphones 2005 fully supported* You can set up to 3 completely different users at the same time!” Check it here:
Espoo, Finland and New York, NY, USA – Amid the excitement of the hottest DJ’s and live performances from chart-topping artists, Nokia today launched an exciting new range of music phones during an exclusive event at Nokia Theatre in New York’s Times Square. Headlined by the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic, which features a stylish slide design and holds up to 1,500 tracks, these music phones make it easier than ever to carry a single device by combining the best of mobile communication and mobile music. With today’s announcement, Nokia broadens its portfolio of music-driven mobile products, giving consumers an unparalleled array of choice. The new products announced today will begin shipments in select markets within weeks.”With today’s launches we are reaching out to a broad range of comsumers who want both the features of a modern mobile phone and a quality music player in a single, stylish device,” says Heikki Norta, Senior Vice President, Mobile Phones. “The Nokia 5300 XpressMusic offers a comprehensive feature set, including support for up to 2 GB of memory and dedicated music keys at an accessible price. Never before has it been as easy or affordable for consumers to own a mobile phone that also offers a first-rate music experience that compares favorably to any stand-alone music player. With this product launch, we are emphasizing the benefits of the XpressMusic feature brand, which clearly labels those Nokia devices that guarantee an outstanding mobile music experience.” Nokia 5300 XpressMusic heads up the charts The Nokia 5300 XpressMusic can hold over 100 albums worth of music (approximately 1500 tracks) on a 2GB microSD card. Thanks to dedicated music keys, consumers can easily control the playback of their music while simultaneously enjoying other functions such as texting, browsing or taking pictures. For an even better groove, consumers can plug in their favorite headphones or external speakers with a 3.5mm headset jack by simply connecting them to the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic using the inbox adapter. The Nokia 5300 XpressMusic swiftly transfers albums and music collections to a PC using a standard micro USB connector. When traveling, consumers can use the Nokia Wireless Audio Gateway AD-42W to stream their music collection and favorite playlists wirelessly to any stereo from their Nokia 5300 XpressMusic. No one-hit wonder, the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic also comes with the latest messaging functions complemented by a 1.3 megapixel camera. Incoming calls can be enhanced with video ring tones on the high resolution display. The Nokia 5300 XpressMusic is expected to retail for approximately 250 EUR, before taxes and subsidies. In addition, Nokia today revealed two other music devices, the Nokia 5200 and the Nokia 3250 XpressMusic. Featuring a similar lifestyle-inspired slide design as the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic, the Nokia 5200 offers an exciting combination of music and messaging functions and is an even more budget-friendly handset for young and sociable consumers. The Nokia 5200 is expected to retail for around 200 EUR, before taxes and subsidies. Also unveiled today was the Nokia 3250 XpressMusic, which refreshes the popular Nokia 3250 with an updated look and feel. Still featuring the unique and well-received “twist” design, the Nokia 3250 XpressMusic has doubled the music capacity of the original, holding up to 1500 tracks (supports microSD cards up to 2GB) and is expected to retail for around 400 EUR, before taxes and subsidies. About Nokia Nokia is a world leader in mobile communications, driving the growth and sustainability of the broader mobility industry. Nokia connects people to each other and the information that matters to them with easy-to-use and innovative products like mobile phones, devices and solutions for imaging, games, media and businesses. Nokia provides equipment, solutions and services for network operators and corporations.
“fring is a 3G mobile application that allows you to make free mobile calls and send instant messages (chat) to other fring users and PC based VoIP services such as Skype and Google Talk at no extra cost. fring calls cost nothing extra because they utilize the 3G mobile internet connections and VoIP technologies that are already embedded in your mobile handset. All you need to use fring is a 3G handset optimized for 3G networks (see list of supported devices) with Internet connectivity that is already available from your mobile service provider (how do I know?). fring can be simply downloaded into your handset via SMS received from another fringster or from our website. It’s as easy as downloading a ring tone. You can then use fring wherever you use your mobile handset – for free!fring works transparently over 3G networks while bypassing traditional mobile voice and sms text messaging services. This means that fring enables mobile-to-mobile calls, mobile-to-landline calls, and mobile-to-PC calls including integration into Skype and Google Talk services wherever you are.fring works today – and fringsters are already talking from their mobiles for free!” Check it here and read a small preview here:
“On the announcement of Sony Ericsson K790i/K800i everyone was prepared to see more clones of that platform coming in different form-factors. So is Sony Ericsson Z710i (it can be referred to Sony Ericsson K610i as well), which copies the K790i in many ways. At first we’d like to have a better glance at all the major alterations and additions to the interface and then mention the capability, retained by a number of handsets, already reviewed on our portal. The model lacks 3D accelerator and takes advantage of a standard API one, mark this point well. The sequencer found on this model has 72 tones, but makes sense only when playing midi-tracks, in all other cases it is better to apply mp3 or even eAAC+.Bluetooth version for this model is 2.0, it supports EDR you can save improved energy saving mode in the menu. A2DP module is supported, this allows using wireless stereo headphones. The module itself (Bluetooth) was reworked, now it has wider capability with 3rd party devices. Considering the fact that common realization of this technology by Sony Ericsson is rather good (above average), no major problems should be encountered. The handset supports EDGE class 10. Multitasking of this device matches that of a smartphone, and is far superior to a standard handset’s one. We tested this capability with the media player running, as well as three Java-applications (two games and World Time functions) and on top of that the pedometer was counting steps at the same time. At that there were no problems with managing these applications in Activity Menu mode – everything was like clock-work.” Resd this nice review here: