Best Tarot for Windows PC just released!

“By the Tarot reading a person may be able to find answers about his/her hopes and wishes.There are many ways of tarot readings. This program uses ‘The Celtic Cross spread’. The Celtic Cross is probably the oldest and most popular pattern for reading the tarot. It has survived so long because the layout of the cards is simple, but powerful. It uses 78 cards. 22 Major and 56 Lesser Arcana cards of the Rider -Waite Tarot deck.– Features of Best Tarot PRO–• 78 Distinct, large size Tarot cards.* VGA 640×480 & 480×640 graphics.* QVGA resolutions supported.• 2 different card explanation ways.’Simple’ & ‘Advanced’.• Can save up to 3 different Profiles.• CAN FIND and explain the card pairs!• Explains the reversed cards.• Advanced algorithm which uses your Name, Surname, Birth date & Birth time.• Conclusion report with emotion graphics.* Arrow keys support” Check it here:

The Weather Channel Mobile Launches Flash Lite Weather Application for Verizon

“The Weather Channel Interactive (TWCi) today announced the launch of its first Flash Lite downloadable application for select Verizon Wireless Get It Now-enabled phones. Enhanced with rich graphics powered by Flash, the new application combines an unsurpassed combination of comprehensive weather information and intuitive design. The subscription service delivers detailed forecasts, animated radar and satellite maps, severe weather alerts and national severe news including hurricane coverage, all in a customizable and easy-to-navigate interface. Adobe and Verizon Wireless announced earlier today the availability of Flash Lite for BREW which gives Verizon Wireless customers the ability to automatically download applications and immediately “Flash-enable” their phones.The Weather Channel Mobile application allows users to view current conditions, detailed forecasts and severe weather information for over 98,000 locations worldwide. Other key features include maps in-motion and local and national severe weather alerts. The new application delivers more than 44,000 animated radar and satellite maps for U.S. locations (including Alaska, Puerto Rico and Hawaii) and can be pre-set with favorite locations. The service costs $3.99 monthly access and can be downloaded from Verizon Wireless’ Get It Now virtual store on select phones, including The V (LG VX9800), Motorola RAZR V3c and V3m and Samsung SCH-a950. Download charges for Get It Now applications vary and airtime charges apply when browsing, downloading and using certain applications. Customers need a Get It Now-enabled handset and Verizon Wireless digital service to access the Get It Now virtual store.” via

Windows Mobile 5.0SE/5.5 Crossbow on Smartphones Preview

“As seen in our September 2006 poll, Windows Mobile remains a popular GPS Navigation platform in spite of the rise of the AIOs, with the PDA “flavour” coming out on top. The Smartphone “flavour” has gained a lot of traction though since it was launched at the end of 2002 though as seen in this article and this will probably go a step further with the upcoming “Crossbow” platform, that may or may not be called WM5.0SE, WM5.5 or WM6.0 when it is released. These days there is quite a bit of confusion between Smartphones and PDAPhones, but when Smartphones first came out at the tail end of 2002 with the Orange SPV / Qtek 1010 they were the first phones running on a Windows/WinCE platform. At the time WinCE was used mostly on PocketPCs that came all the way from the fist Windows CE 1.0 devices launched in 1997. A lot of “convergence” has happened since, with PocketPCs having had GPS and GSM/CDMA modules grafted on and Smartphones acquiring more power and the higher resolution screens of the PocketPCs. Today, the main differences are the touchscreen that remains a PDA exclusive and a more limited number of applications running on Smartphones, notably Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and GPS related.”Read more here: