Astrology Pro for Windows Mobile 6 Classic & Professional updated to v1.3

HandAstrology & Horoscope Pro is a professional program which uses astrology to advice you about matchmaking by sign, your 2006 horoscope, detailed zodiac sign analysis and numerology by your birthdate/birthday.Astrology & Horoscope Pro Features:1) Tuned for 2003, 2003SE and 2005 devices.2) VGA, QVGA and Square (240×240. Eg: Treo 700w)3) Fully supports all newest pdas. (Treo 700w, VGA, WM2005)–05/June/2007 UPDATE (1.3) —* Fully compartible with Windows Mobile 6 Classic and Professional (2006)* New resolution supported. 320×320 (For future Treo WM6 phones)* Minor bugs fixed” Check it here:

OpenMoko Neo1973 Linux mobile phone on target for September launch

NEO1973.jpg“The world’s first open source mobile phone will be available this September priced at $350, its developers have confirmed. The FIC Neo1973’s final printed circuit board design is complete, said OpenMoko staff at the Computex trade show in Taipei, Taiwan, today.The touch screen 2.5g phone offers WiFi and GPS. CPU and memory are both being improved or expanded from earlier specifications, said William Lai of OpenMoko’s community development department. “Early users and the development community have asked us for more power”, he explained.OpenMoko is a subsidiary of electronics manufacturer, First International Computer (FIC), which itself is a division of the giant Formosa Plastics Group.Like Apple’s iPhone, the Neo1973 is controlled entirely by its touch screen. However, given the importance of the touch interface, this is a key area still in need of improvement prior to launch, OpenMoko staff admitted. In a brief hands on test at Computex, the touch screen proved difficult to use, responding consistently only when tapped or scaped with a fingernail, and often ignoring input with the wider area of the fingertip. The device can also be operated more easily with a supplied stylus, staff said, but the phone does not have a clip or docking bay to hold this.The OpenMoko platform will eventually run on a wide range of phones, and later models are already in development, staff said.OpenMoko is talking to several mobile carriers in Europe and elsewhere who are interested in offering the phone to their customers, Lai said. The company expects to announce partnerships later this year. The open source platform can help carriers offer a wider range of software without heavy development costs, he said.The phone is based on an almost totally open software platform, with full hardware access. Only the inner workings of the GSM and GPRS module are off-limits, for intellectual property protection reasons, and to avoid radio frequency regulatory problems or interference with mobile carriers’ operations.Despite the openness of the design, FIC and OpenMoko are not concerned about imitators cloning the hardware and selling a cheaper version with the same open source software. “We don’t see that happening any time soon, because phone design is really hard,” Lai said, “it’s not like cloning a PC”. via

Pretec S Diamond First miCARD Customer

” Do we need an even smaller USB flash drive or memory card standard? MMC Association thinks so since they just debuted miCARD, adding yet another choice to a bewildering array of mobile data interfaces. The miCARD sports dual interfaces, one of which mirror that of a standard MMC pin while the other provides directly connectivity to a USB 2.0 port.There’s a distinct difference between this and Sandisk’s SD/USB offering introduced back in 2005. With the Sandisk, you just fold back one half to reveal the USB connector. However, the miCARD requires you to remove the USB stick from the MMC adapter, which means one more thing to keep track of when on the road. The USB dongle has an area 40% smaller than a miniSD. The idea of all these is to make use of every mini-meter of space. Pretec is the first company to embrace miCARD with its S-Diamond series with capacity ranging from 128MB to 8GB. Theoretical max. limit is 2048GB or 2TB.” via