Google Maps Released for Windows Mobile

” Take the power of Google Maps with you on your windows mobile phone. Real-time traffic — See where the congestion is, and estimate delays in over 30 major US metropolitan areas. Detailed directions — Whether you plan to walk or drive, your route is displayed on the map itself, together with step-by-step directions. Integrated search results — Local business locations and contact information appear all in one place, integrated on your map. Easily movable maps — Interactive maps let you zoom in or out, and move in all directions so you can orient yourself visually.Satellite imagery — Get a bird’s eye view of your desired location. (It’s like you’re there, we swear.)Looking for other ways to access Google local listings from your mobile device? Try text messaging Google or using your mobile web browser to get local listings.”New! Download the CAB and ActiveSync

Review of GSM/UMTS handset Motorola V6 MOTORAZR maxx

“Being the current top of the RAZR line, the V6 maxx is in fact a late call – the competitors have already bombarded the market with numerous RAZR-esque phones and many of them have turned out to be pretty successful. If we were to quote an example here, it would be Samsung E780, as well as its UMTS-edition going by the name of Samsung Z540. Being released a tad earlier, Motorola V3x didn’t save the day, since it was lagging behind its competition in the sense of a sole, yet the most crucial aspect – casing thickness. The fate played a mean trick, since the company by persistently pushing the RAZR and setting the trend for slim solutions, it tripped up Motorola V3x, even though interface- and feature-pack-wise the handset was much more alluring than the original. The next incarnation of Motorola V3x is the MAXX, however the MOTORAZR sign in the model’s title brings along additional and often uncalled information that sometimes plays not into the hands of the company (no matter how sad it is, facts are facts – many don’t want to glance at the RAZR even, due to being all fed up).” Read this nice review here: