Hand Reading just released for Windows PC

“”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’s hands and know more about them.These tests are image based, simple and entertaining.The program consists of:PALM LINES: Heart line. Head line. Life line. Saturn line. Apollo line. Mercury line.FINGERS: General. Thumb. Jupiter. Saturn. Apollo. Mercury.EXTRAS: Gifts and marks. Hand shapes. Compability.Hand Reading Pro Features:* VGA 640×480 & 480×640 graphics.* QVGA resolutions supported.* Resolution choice.* You can set up to 3 completely different users at the same time!* Arrow keys support” Check it here:

TomTom Navigator 6 Review

” Upon initial startup, Tom Tom 6 looks nearly identical to Tom Tom 5, but in fact, Tom Tom 6 offers a number of improvements in both functionality and usability. You notice the differences right at the startup – namely, the program now starts up quite a bit faster than before (around 10 seconds versus the older startup that took about 30 seconds).The installation process has been simplified – it can now be done by simply inserting the memory card (MiniSD) or DVD and following the prompts. Device activation hasn’t changed; you send in your Device ID and get back an activation code which youenter into your PDA. It’s probably the hardest part of the whole process, and it isn’t very hard at all.There have been enhancements to the 2D display mode. You can now select either “heading up” (the only choice in version 5) or the new “north up” mode. As has been mentioned on this site before, this means that you can now actually use the program as a pedestrian without having the direction constantly trying to spin and adjust to the direction the GPS “thinks” you are going.” Read this nice review here:

New Windows 3G smartphone ASUS O2 XDA Graphite

“The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved a 3G Windows Mobile 5.0 powered smartphone by ASUS. The model is called O2 XDA Graphite and supports Bluetooth and WLAN. The smartphone is equipped with an integrated camera.The technical specs of ASUS O2 XDA Graphite:
CPU: Intel PXA270 416MHz +Intel Hermon
Operating system: Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 (Smartphone)
Networks: UMTS, GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz), GPRS class 10
Memory: 128MB Flash ROM, 64MB SDRAM, microSD slot
Display: 2.2”, TFT, 240×320 pixels, 65K colors
Connectivity: Bluetooth v2.0 / USB v1.1 (client + host)
Dimensions: 109.5x46x18 mm
Weight: 100 g
Messages: SMS, MMS 1.2 and E-mail
Sound: 40-tones polyphony, MP3, WMA, WAV, AMR-NB.” via mobile-review.com

CorePlayer Released for Palm OS and PPC!

“CorePlayer, the new and improved commercial successor to TCPMP, has been released for Palm OS devices today. CorePlayer is a advanced multimedia player that handles a wide variety of video formats. This new version is compatible with a wide range of video formats including DivX, H.264, mpeg-4 and much more. The program also includes a MP3 and AAC audio player with support for album art and enhanced podcasts. It also includes new support for skins and streaming support. CorePlayer Features: “Universal Skins” allows you to create a unique custom user interface Best in Class audio and video decoders like CoreAVC our H.264 High Definition video decoder CoreTheque media libray allows for easy management of you playlist, bookmarks, database Video support: H.264 (AVC), MKV, MPEG-1, MPEG-4 part 2 (ASP), DivX, XviD, MJPEG Containers: Matroska, TS, PS, 3GPP, MOV, AVI, MPEG-4, NSV Audio Formats: MP3, AAC, MKA, WAV, OGG, Speex, WAVPACK, FLAC, MPC, AMR, ADPCM, ALaw, MuLaw, MIDI,WMA Streaming Support Hardware acceleration on supported devices ” Check this great player here:

EQO Mobile adds support for Blackberry and WinMobile Devices

EQO Communications, a leading developer of platforms for mobilizing VoIP, Instant Messaging and online social networks, today announced immediate support for RIM Blackberry and Windows Mobile powered devices. The addition of the Blackberry Pearl and other powerful smart-phones brings the number of EQO-supported handsets to more than 400 devices from major manufacturers including Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Palm, LG, Panasonic, Phillips, RIM, Samsung, Sanyo, Sharp, and Siemens.”We’re rapidly evolving toward a world of ubiquitous connectivity in which we will be connected to each other all the time, everywhere we go,” said Jill Aldort, Wireless/Mobile senior analyst for Yankee Group. “One of the most important elements in achieving this vision is the ability to deliver an easy to use, communications service that can reside on a broad range of handsets.” According to some estimates, more than 60 million smart phones will be sold worldwide in 2006. Users of RIM Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices now are able to access EQO Mobile, an Internet Communications platform that enables mobile VoIP calling and instant messenger services including AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ, GoogleTalk, Jabber, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Instant Messenger and Skype. “In response to user demand, we’re adding support for the most popular smart-phones,” said Colin Quon, founder and CTO of EQO. “Many smart-phones bring the benefits of a full keyboard, which provides a richer IM experience, and are often bundled with wireless data services, making EQO Mobile a natural fit for these users.” EQO Mobile is an evolution of the EQO for Skype service introduced at DEMO 2006. Since the launch of EQO for Skype, EQO has established itself as the premier mobile solution for Skype, with users in more than 130 countries across 260 carrier networks. EQO Mobile and the EQO Me widget are available for free at www.eqo.com. About EQO CommunicationsBased in Vancouver, Canada, EQO has developed a revolutionary mobile service that keeps people connected to their online communities and instant messaging networks from their mobile phone. Using a combination of a proprietary mobile soft switch platform and a presence-enabled Voice-over-IP (VoIP) signaling network, EQO is capable of bridging online identity, presence-based calling and Instant Messaging services to mass market mobile handsets available worldwide. EQO is venture-financed by the Working Opportunity Fund, managed by GrowthWorks Capital, and BDC Venture Capital.