4 Elements for S60 3rd Edition review

Buildings in 4 Elements“4 Elements is a real time isometric strategy game combining elements of both Sim City and Civilization. It’s nowhere near as complex as those titles, but at the same time it’s much harder to play due to a total lack of documentation or help files either in the game or on the developers’ web site. It’s as if they built a potentially excellent game with a good concept and good graphics and sound, but then forgot to add a decent interface or tell anyone how to play it. Hopefully this review will also act as something of a surrogate instruction manual. 4 Elements opens with a fade into a Star Wars-style cinematic scrolling text, with some excellent artwork forming the different backgrounds as it scrolls. The idea of the game is to land your colonising craft on a planet and extract minerals containing four elements, elements which when combined together in equal proportions provide a source of energy, but which are present in the minerals in unequal proportions. There are four different colonising teams on the planet competing over the same resources, and they can choose to trade with each other or fight. ” Read this nice review here:

HTC Herald Officially Launched as the HTC P4350

“With the convenience of instantly synchronised Outlook email, contacts and calendar through Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Direct Push you can be in touch wherever you are. With Pocket MSN you can also connect to Hotmail and MSN messenger.When doing business, manage your Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on the go – the full auto-sliding keyboard makes editing a breeze.If you just want to relax, you can enjoy your music and video through Windows Media Player, enhanced with Stereo Bluetooth wireless sound quality.Available in Europe from December 2006.Highlights. Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 PDA phone with instant access to your email. Slim and compact with auto sliding full keyboard. Full connectivity with Quad-band, EDGE, Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi. Windows Media Player and Pocket MSN with MSN Messenger. View Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF documents on the go. Full specification Download the product sheet for further insight into key features and specifications. Decide which is best for you. Download Product Sheet [Premium] ” Check it here:

Glofiish M700 Pocket Pc Phone Announced from ETEN

“E-TEN Information Systems announces the glofiish M700, a Pocket PC Phone to feature a sliding QWERTY keyboard. The product also supports a full compliment of communications standards and is currently the only device in this category to offer both Wi-Fi and GPS.Just a few weeks ago, E-TEN captured headlines with two landmark announcements; the launch of a new consumer brand for Pocket PC Phones and accessories, glofiish , and the release of one of the world’s thinnest all-in-one communications devices, the glofiish X500 . Today E-TEN brings to market the glofiish M700, a full-featured communications device optimized for rapid messaging and high mobile productivity. Based on the latest version of Windows Mobile 5.0, the glofiish M700 supports Direct Push Technology to help business users work more effectively with email even while out of the office and includes mobile versions of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint for greater convenience and productivity. The glofiish M700 supports GSM, GPRS and high-speed EDGE for voice and data connectivity almost worldwide, while IEEE 802.11b/g support allows users to connect to public and private Wi-Fi networks when in range of suitable hotspots. For travelers, the glofiish M700 also features GPS and TMC functions delivered via an embedded SiRF Star III chipset allowing the glofiish M700 to handle both daily business needs and weekend leisure. Preloaded on the glofiish M700 are a number of E-TEN in-house developed value added software utilities including; M-Desk, an easy to use Program launcher, several phone and messaging tools, camera and image editing software, FM tuner, backup utility and more. “ via slashphone.com

imate sends a clear message with JAQ3 at GITEX 2006

“In line with the strategy of offering more mid-range Windows Mobile devices that appeal to a wider audience at a lower price point, the i-mate JAQ3 is a dedicated messaging phone that boasts the many familiar applications of Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC. Designed with user preferences in mind, its full QWERTY keyboard, five navigation buttons and scroll wheel allow for easy navigation and use of services including email. Furthermore, the landscape 2.4′ colored touch screen supports the use of the stylus as an increasingly popular means of accessing and writing email and messages. Commenting on the launch Jack Craine, Global Sales Director at i-mate said:’ The new i-mate JAQ3 is ideal for the busy professional who wants to reap the benefits of the Microsoft Windows Mobile solution and the rapid growth of WiFi connectivity at an attractive price. In addition to this, the i-mate Suite solution makes the i-mate JAQ3 a very attractive proposition for businesses in the Middle East.’ As the other i-mate devices in the portfolio, the i-mate JAQ3 enjoys the benefits of Window Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC including Windows Mobile Direct Push* Email, Hotmail and MSN Messenger access, Microsoft Office Mobile, Windows Media Player Mobile and Internet Explorer Mobile. The phone also enjoys the Club i-mate value added services and customer support – www.clubimate.com – and 2.0 mega pixels camera. The i-mate JAQ3 is now available in the Middle East and comes with i-mate Suite pre-installed as a trial package to enable users to test the benefits of minimized downtime, safeguarded data, and secure access and transfer of information on the go. The technology at a glance: • OS – Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC PE • GSM / EDGE, Quad Band • 64MB RAM / 128 MB ROM • QWERTY keyboard • Scroll wheel • 5-way navigator pad • 2.4′ colour TFT LCD touch screen • 2.0 Mega pixel camera • WiFi 802.11 b/g • Direct Push Technology – Push Email ” via ameinfo.com