imate JAQ3 Review at!

“After i-mate severed their relations with HTC, they had to find the right producer for their phones, in order to continue their existence as a trademark. After the misconception called JAQ, JAQ3 is one of the first products, marking the first stage in the trademark’s development. The phone targets the consumers, aspiring for the full functionality of Windows Mobile for PocketPC OS and the hardware QWERTY keyboard that would always be there for them to use, but at the same time wouldn’t give up on the display’s QVGA resolution, choosing a quadrangular-display phone like Treo (750, 700w, 700wx) or HP (iPAQ 6500 and iPAQ 6900).” Read this nice review here:

Lost in the Pyramid is out for Symbian S60 and UIQ3!

“Lost in the Pyramid is a fresh idea that brings back memories from the old, funny adventure games. Your character is an archeologist which discovers a brand new Pyramid. Your task is to enter the Pyramid, explore it, unravel its mysteries and try not to die.FEATURES:* Fully translated into several languages.* Hilarious story and humorous dialogs.* Many rooms to explore.* Witty puzzles to solve* Easy point and click game play with interactive inventory.* Fresh high quality graphics* Full screen graphics (QVGA)!* Horizontal resolution supported (320×240)* Funny interactive scenes* Automatic save and continue system* Two different game endings* Export your Hi-Score online and compare it with everybody.* Supports virtual mouse pointer The game is fully translated into: English, German, Turkish, Italian, French” Check it here:

Nokia PC Suite Updated to Version 6.83 with Vista support

The Windows PC software for Nokia phone owners that’s free and easy to use.Latest update: Version 6.83 New version of Nokia Content Copier lets you select the content types you want to back up and restore Notification when new phone software (firmware) updates are available Support for Windows Vista added Released 04 April, 2007Key software features Automatic, secure data transfer between phone and PC Connect wirelessly or via cable Fast, easy connection to the Internet Manage music, messages, contacts, and images Over 30 languagesSee the features supported by your phone model and Download PC Suite

Review of GSM/UMTS handset Motorola K3

“The phone measures up at 103x42x16 mm and weighs in at 105 grams (which is 2 grams on top of the K1’s weight). These dimensions are comfortable enough to allow you to carry the handset in any way you like. On the fashion front, it everything but a runner-up when faced off against the previous offerings, even though it is not that flashy, it has some latent charm of its own. To me, the handset is more like exceptional, yet staid things. This handset will suit both a businessman and a fashion-conscious consumer. Whereas Motorola K1 reminds more of a Christmas-tree toy, the K3 doesn’t suffer from that and what’s more, benefits from this by being less smudge-prone.” Read more here:

Linux Foundation Expands Membership with Marvell, Nokia and VirtualLogix

Minimo ScreenShot images ” The Linux Foundation (LF) today announced three new members who represent the increasing opportunity for Linux as it continues to mature on devices. New members include Marvell, Nokia and VirtualLogix.“It’s really important to understand the issues and opportunities for Linux in multiple environments, and the addition of Marvell, Nokia and VirtualLogix will deepen our understanding and help us all push the envelope even further,” said Jim Zemlin, executive director of The Linux Foundation. “We’re looking forward to rolling up our sleeves with these new members in the coming months, including at our first Member Meeting this June.”Marvell silicon solutions power a range of consumer electronics and the gateways that form connectivity among us all. Marvell joins The Linux Foundation with a focus on the standardization of mobile and embedded Linux and its adoption on a wide range of devices.In addition to its leadership position in mobile communications, Nokia is recognized for its Linux based Maemo platform, open source mobile web browser and developer portal. It is interested in working with the LF on Linux-based technologies, including its Internet Tablet, in a vendor-neutral environment.“It is important that Linux will not be controlled by any single company,” said Ari Jaaksi, director, Open Source Software Operation, Nokia. “The Linux Foundation’s protection mission helps provide that assurance. We also believe the Foundation’s collaboration role will provide us a good venue to work with the industry’s leaders in important areas such as desktop architecture and mobile Linux initiatives.”VirtualLogix joins LF to contribute its real-time virtualization expertise to help device manufacturers incorporate the rich functionality of Linux into mobile handset and network infrastructure applications, while reducing bill of materials.” via