” We have made a pack of programs that specializes in analyzing someone’s personality, esotericism and discover his inner thoughts and feelings. Find out everything about you and your partner, analyze your palm and fingers, read your horoscope and numerology, make more than 1000 questions psychology tests, play psychology games, read the Tarot and find answers and a lot more…4 great programs (Most recent versions) made as a pack and offered less than half price!” Check it here:
I Hate Guns Review for Symbian
“On starting a new game, you’re presented with a graphical cut-scene, elegance in its simplicity. You answer the phone, and a mysterious stranger pops up in the top corner, like something out of a 1950’s screwball comedy, informing you that your daughter (who you never told anyone you had) has been kidnapped from her foster parents. And like the good absent father that you are, it’s time to knuckle down, hit the American Mid-West, and go get her back.Just like Lee Majors in The Fall Guy, you’re not one for guns (hence the title), so while every one of the enemies will have some form of deadly weapon (sword, pistol, machine gun, Celine Dion CDs) you’ll be using your five deadly weapons – two hands, two feet and a brain.” Read more here:
Sony reader out in time for holidays!
“NEW YORK, Sept. 26, 2006 The wish of avid readers and technology buffs is coming true today with the debut of the highly-anticipated Sony Reader Portable Reader System.Available today direct at sonystyle.com for those who can’t wait, the Reader will also be on retail shelves next month, just in time for holiday gift giving.Sony today also announced the premiere of its CONNECT eBook store. Agreements with a number of major publishing companies have made more than 10,000 eBook titles available to download to the Reader via the companion PC software.And for a limited time, when a Reader is registered on the CONNECT site, people will receive a $50 credit towards the purchase of any available eBook titles which can now be reviewed online at ebooks.connect.com.“Today, we’re writing a new chapter in digital technology for reading,” said Ron Hawkins, Sony Electronics’ vice president of Portable Reader Systems marketing. “Easy and enjoyable to use, the Reader fulfills the promise of electronic reading in a way that no other device has been able to do. Not intended to replace traditional books, but to supplement them, the Sony Reader allows people to take a library of books and other reading material with them wherever they go.” Starting in October, book fans will find the Reader on shelves at SonyStyle stores located in high-end fashion malls throughout the country as well as at about 300 Borders® stores, including Borders airport locations. Borders, the exclusive bookstore retail partner for the Reader during the upcoming holiday season, will also sell pre-paid cards for eBook downloads on the CONNECT service.Widespread Publisher SupportNew publishers working with Sony to provide titles for Reader through the Sony Connect eBook store include: Hyperion, McGraw-Hill Professional, Cambridge University Press, Harlequin Enterprises Limited, National Geographic, Kensington Publishing and Regnery Publishing, among others. These firms join Penguin-Putnam, Simon and Schuster, Random House, HarperCollins, Hachette Book Group USA and Holtzbrinck Publishers along with TOKYOPOP, whose commitment to providing titles for Reader was announced earlier this year.“Our collaboration with publishers will be a key factor in growing the popularity of eBooks,” said Lee Shirani, vice president for eBooks at Sony CONNECT. “We look forward to working closely with publishers to offer consumers an increasing breadth and depth of title selections; great value; and ease of use in discovering, downloading and reading new titles on the Sony Reader.”The Sony Reader couples an innovative electronic paper display with simple on-screen controls and stylish design. Travelers can carry as much as they want to read whether they are traveling across the globe or just around the corner. With battery life equivalent to roughly 7,500 continuous page turns, readers can potentially devour multiple bestsellers such as “Marley & Me” by John Grogan, “I Feel Bad About my Neck” by Nora Ephron, “Ricochet” by Sandra Brown and “War and Peace” without having to recharge.The Reader’s high-resolution electronic paper display delivers a realistic print look that rivals traditional paper and results in crisp text and graphics that are easy on the eyes and readable even in bright sunlight.In addition to electronic books the Reader can also store and display personal documents in Adobe PDF format, RTF, text and JPEG photos. From the CONNECT eBook store, you can also download via your PC selected RSS feeds from blogs and news sites free-of-charge. Feeds from popular sites such as Salon, Slate, Huffington Post, engadget and Gizmodo among others are available right from the start.Pricing and AvailabilityThe Sony Reader will retail for about $350 and comes complete with USB cable, a wall charger, the CONNECT Reader software and a protective soft cover. The Reader and optional accessories such as colorful leather covers and a charging cradle will be available through www.sonystyle.com, SonyStyle stores, Borders stores and authorized retailers nationwide. More information about Sony Reader is available at www.sony.com/reader.
Symbol WT4000 wearable computer
“Symbol has added a new model to its family of rugged mobile computers.The WT4000 is a wearable handheld design for warehouse use and similar applications. Powered by Windows CE 5.0 and a 520 MHz Intel XScale PXA270 processor, it boasts of inbuilt Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g) short-range wireless connectivity. Other features include a 2.8-inch color QVGA screen, alphanumeric keypad, and a barcode scanner.Compatible with the IP-54 sealing standard, the novelty can survive drops to concrete from as high as 1.2-meter. Its weight is just over 320 grams, though. The 2300 mAh battery should allow up to 9 working hours.The estimated price of the Symbol WT4000 is $2800.” via pdalive.com
Mio H610 Review: The Sexiest GPS Alive
“So how is it to use the Mio H610 on the road? Installation is easy – it uses the same mounting system than the Mio C310/C710. Once turned on, the time to first GPS fix (cold start) is 2 or 3 minutes, which is longer than I expected.As I said before, entering a destination is very quick, especially if you already have the city in the “recent cites” list. The software is pretty good at guessing which name you’re trying to enter and will often propose a list of streets after a few letters have been entered. ” Read more and watch the video here:
HTC introduces “SoftBank X01HT” HSDPA Smartphone in Japan
“High Tech Computer Corp. (HTC) has started supplying HSDPA Smartphones to SoftBank in Japan. The Smartphone, which has been named the “SoftBank X01HT,” features HSDPA technology that will deliver a faster mobile broadband experience to Japanese customers (data transfer rates of up to 1.8 Mbps on downlink and 384 Kbps on uplink). The SoftBank X01HT was based on HTC TyTN announced not long ago.This technology enables mobile phone users to rapidly download video clips, music tracks, images etc. The “SoftBank XO1HT” is also equipped with wireless LAN functionality, allowing users to connect to the Internet at high speeds in wireless LAN environments at home, at work, and in public.The “SoftBank X01HT” is powered with Windows Mobile 5.0 and features an ergonomic QWERTY keyboard for fast data input. The device is fully equipped with Microsoft Office, so users can easily view and/or edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF documents on the go. Users are able to browse their favorite Internet websites by using Internet Explorer Mobile.In addition, the “SoftBank X01HT” provides users with POP3 and IMAP4 email services. Furthermore, customers will be able to utilize Microsoft Exchange Push E-Mail technology in the near future. With Pocket Outlook, users can access their calendars, contacts, tasks and inboxes in real time. Users are also able to play music and videos on Windows Media Player and take pictures with a high-resolution 2-Megapixel camera. For these large-volume data functions, a microSD card can be used to provide external memory. Main Features Windows Mobile 5.0 Sliding QWERTY keypad for data input 3G high-speed connectivity using HSDPA POP3 and IMAP4 email Microsoft Exchange Push E-Mail (this will be provided in the near future) ActiveSync data synchronization service Windows Media Player. Bluetooth and Wireless LAN solutions 2-Megapixel high-resolution camera” via slashphone.com
Nokia XpressMusic birth of a new line up
“Not only did Nokia freshen up its handsets range and introduce a number of Music Editions of its phones at Nokia Open Studio, it also officially announced revision of its view on music phones development. Till recently the company had featured loads of music-optimized models, if we are to count those with just music players onboard as well, without wide set of extra capabilities. Having on hands many products with bundled FM-radio and standard audio jack, Nokia was far inferior to Walkman in many respects. First, quality of interface layout affected the Finnish manufacturer’s solutions – Nokia’s S40 music player was very ascetic and retained a couple of crucial functionality caps (for example, there were no categorizing feature, ranking system etc.), on top of that some controls seemed quite crude, as they were against customers’ habits.” Read this nice article here: