Nokia’s new tablet leaks online, sporting GPS for added spiffiness!

“Nokia’s 770 was a grand idea – a portable computer to hook you up with e-mail and web access at the click of a stylus – and it had a gorgeous screen too.Now it looks like those industrious Finns have created its successor, taking a leaf out of the N95’s book and cramming in GPS too.The new model, currently doing the rounds online in the form of shaky camera phone shots and these “semi-official” photos, looks much smaller than the original, and more entertainment focused.The main menu of what some are now calling the 330 shows options for viewing videos and photos, navigating via GPS and playing MP3s.Support for DivX movies is also touted, with the device packing a respectable, albeit not massive, 3.5-inch screen.We’d love to see Nokia branch out into portable GPS systems. The N95’s downloadable maps and constantly updated point of interest data means it’s set to be one of the most handy devices going, but not everyone will want a smart phone of such high calibre.If the latest rumblings are true, the 770’s about to be upstaged by its newer, smaller sibling.” via

Frutakia for Windows Mobile Smartphones updated to v1.2

“”From the makers of ‘PaintBall’, a new, fun & extra addicting puzzle game that will also sucks you in and won’t let you go until you’ve wasted all of your time! ‘Frutakia’ uses the ‘casino slots idea’ and turns it into an original & fun puzzle game.• Game Objective:You must make groups of 3 or more same fruits/items at any direction! There are 5 different fruits and 2 different items. ‘Blanks’ can also appear.The ‘bell’ scores more points than the fruits and the ‘super item’ scores the most!—23/Oct/2006 UPDATE (1.2) —* Game freeze bug fixed.* Game fully tuned for best performance* Memory leaks fixed* 100% faster gameplay* Faster gameplay with arrow keys” Watch this video preview here and more info here:

New Palm OS Web Browser In Development

“Palm OS users will soon be able to check out a new Web browser for their mobile devices.Features including…A Tabbed interface (supporting up to 3 tabs)An address bar featuring a url box and navigation buttonsAn Integrated RSS readerPrivate browsing (mask the history, cache and cookies)Support for JPEG, GIF, BMP and PNG (with alpha channels) imagesSupport for HTML/XHTML/WML/RSS 1.0/2.0Support for WAP 1.0/2.0Support for Hires and Hires+ screen sizesNo need for the Java VM!Planned Features Include…Advanced 5-Way scrolling (based off of the Nokia S60 Browser)Removing the 3 tab limit JavaScript support (using Apple’s JavaScriptCore)gzip Compression for a faster browsing experienceOpening and saving files to the local file system” Check it here:

Instant SMS Sender 3.0 Released for Pocket PC!

“Handy application for Bluetooth phone users. You can use your Pocket PC to send and receive SMS messages via your phone. Application is fully integrated with the Pocket Outlook. You can send messages from the contact list and received/sent messages will be saved into Outlook mail folders. Main Features Supports international characters; Contact lookup when a new message arrived; Supports Delivery report Notification; Integrated with Pocket Outlook. Sent and received messages are stored in the Outlook folders. Supports sending long SMS messages;Hardware Requirements: Pocket PC with Bluetooth or Infrared port Intel XScale or ARM CPU GSM Mobile phone with Bluetooth or infrared port” Check this great program here:

REVIEW: Vodafone Palm Treo 750v Windows Mobile Pocket PC

“The Treo 750v is based on Microsoft’s Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC which means it’s a Pocket PC Phone Edition with touch screen. Sporting quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE and triband UMTS makes it a real world traveler since the device can virtually be used in any GSM or UMTS network around the globe. In addition, the Treo 750v supports Bluetooth 1.2 (including A2DP and AVRC stereo profile), IrDA but lacks W-LAN.The device is powered by a 300 MHz Samsung CPU with 128MB ROM and 64 MB RAM which can be extended with miniSD memory cards.< The TFT touch screen supports 240x240 pixels displaying 65k colors. On the back, the device is sporting a 1.3 megapixel camera without a flash and misses a front facing camera for video telephony (if supported by the UMTS network).The removable 1200 mAH Lithium-ion battery should provides a talk time of up to 4.5 hours in GSM or 2.5 hours in UMTS with an estimated standby time of up to 10 days!The device measures 111x58x213 mm and weights 154 grams." Read this nice review here:

Upcoming HTC Hermes / Cingular 8825 Pocket PC Phone

“While HTC Hermes is available in many regions of the world, including Japan which was released as HTC Z, Cingular has yet to announce the availability of the HSDPA pocket pc phone. It is now spotted on their website, images and screenshot of the page has been posted on the howard forum, although there is still no info on the pricing.The Cingular 8825 offers the ultimate range of connectivity options including: tri-band UMTS / HSDPA, which will allow users to roam in all regions of the world, plus GSM, GPRS, EDGE, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a mini-USB port.Designed with easy messaging in mind, the Cingular 8825 features: Direct Push email technology available with Windows Mobile 5.0; Internet browsing; synchronization with Microsoft Outlook Calendar, Contacts, and Email; the ability to work on applications in the Microsoft Office suite such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and the ability to view PDF documents. The Cingular 8825 comes equipped with a slide-out, ergonomic QWERTY keyboard and 2.8″ color display with touch-screen. It is also a 2 Mega pixel camera with macro mode, on-screen controls and DSC (Digital Still Camera) functionality, plus a second camera for video telephony.” via