HTC Athena – the realm of UMPC

“In terms of the form-factor, HTC X7500 is already not a communicator that can be seamlessly taken to your ear, yet it is still not a table computer or even a UMPC/Origami. So, what is it then? Let us take a close look at its size and weight. Measuring 133.1x97x20 mm and weighting about 350 g, the X7500 is somewhat more cumbersome compared to HTC Universal’s numbers, which are 127.7x81x25 mm and 285 g respectively. In spite of the company considering this device “still pocketable”, you won’t have a good time dragging it along – dimensions-wise the X7500 goes almost hand in hand with UMPC computers of 2- and 3-G, while its functionality, as of today, is somewhere between PocketPC and UMPC. And one question springs up instantly – do consumers really need such solution and what its field of application is?” Read this great article here:

MobiSystems OfficeSuite 3 is out for Symbian!

“Carry your office documents with you anywhere anytime. Moreover, with OfficeSuite it is as easy as ABC to create dynamic text documents, calculate and analyze data right on your phone. Need to modify an existing office document on the go? No worries OfficeSuite will keep the original document format and still allow you to make the desired changes. OfficeSuite has two separate work modes: In View mode you can open and read document without any limitations in functionality or time. No limited trials! In Edit mode documents can be modified on the device and saved in their original format. The save is available for a limited 30 days trialFaster and Smarter Opening of PC Native Document FormatsOfficeSuite is empowered with a unique algorithm for opening Office documents. Native MS formats are processed faster and smarter than any other mobile application. Only with OfficeSuite you are capable of opening and modifying RTF files on the mobile phone. Supported Formats: DOC, TXT, RTF Palm DOC XLS, XML, CSV JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG4 Ways to Share Office Documents: Bluetooth transfer to other phone or PC Infrared beaming Direct upload from/to your PC via cable connection As Email attachments ” Check it here: