HTC Cavalier Approved by FCC

HTC Cavalier Approved by FCC “Remember the HTC Cavalier, a replacement to the popular Excalibur series? Hot off the pages of the Federal Communications Commission, we can confirm that the Cavalier has gained approval.Identified only as CAVA100, the Cavalier can now be sold in the world markets. It will initially be sold in Taiwan, and hit US shores later this year, although a launch date has not been announced.No word on the pricing. The Cavalier is a 3G/WCDMA phone with Bluetooth and a basic 2 megapixel camera. It also supports 802.11 b/g WLAN connectivity. It uses a Sony ACX362AKM-8 LCD panel for display.” via

SlingPlayer Mobile for Palm OS Released

“SlingPlayer Mobile for Palm OS is now out of beta and version 1.0 has been officially released. Combined with the SlingBox , this solution enables users to view their own live television and entertainment media on the go via the Treo 700p or 755p smartphone. Sling Media says that other Palm OS devices may work as well, and encourages users to try out the trial version. SlingPlayer Mobile is available now for $29.99 US and $34.99 CAD.There is also a 30day trial of SlingPlayer Mobile.Sling Media says in addition to eliminating bugs during the beta testing process, they’ve added a few new features based on customer feedback. Some of the features are:* Battery level indicator* Remote control button placement optimized for DVR usage* Ability to add any remote control functions as Favorites shortcuts” via

Spb Software House Releases Spb Wallet For PPC!

desc “Spb Software House, the leading Windows Mobile software developer, releases Spb Wallet, a safe, secure and convenient storage for all your important information. Windows Mobile is designed for working with emails, PIM data and documents. But there is a need for working with the fourth type of information. Spb Wallet provides a structured secure storage for personal information like passwords, credit cards, serial numbers, and accounts. Synchronization with the desktop companion provides a seamless user experience on both a PC and a Windows Mobile device. Spb Wallet keeps all of your most valuable information encrypted using strong AES 256bit algorithm which is recommended by US Government for secret and top secret information. Additional features like automatic clipboard cleanup, a special logon panel and program auto-lock helps to protect your data against potential side channel attacks. Desktop PC Application (with Synchronization)Spb Wallet consists of a Pocket PC program, a companion desktop PC program and a synchronization module. The desktop application has all the features of its Pocket PC counterpart, as well as the ability to import data from other wallets and a special Internet Explorer toolbar that makes surfing on the web easier. Each user can synchronize his or her data between multiple desktops and multiple devices. So, if you use Spb Wallet on your office computer, home computer, notebook and your Pocket PC, your information will be synchronized on each of these computers. Great User Interface and ExperienceThe first thing you will see when you open a card in Spb Wallet is a beautiful, realistic card picture. Cards in Spb Wallet look almost exactly like those cards would look in a normal wallet. Smart tag technology adds interactivity to these cards so that you can make a phone call, send SMS/emails, open web pages, or copy data to the clipboard with just one or two taps. Spb Wallets contains more than 60 predefined templates for just about any type of information you can think of. Or, you can easily customize the existing templates or create new ones using a graphics editor. ” Check it here:

Nokia 6120 Classic / 6121 Classic Review

Nokia 6120 Classic Music Player“The 6120 Classic has similar multimedia features to other S60 3rd Edition FP1 models. It has a hotswap microSD memory card slot which can use cards up to 2 gigabytes in capacity (about 500 to 1000 music tracks). As stated above, the 6120 Classic is A2DP and AVRCP compatible, so you can use Bluetooth stereo headphones with their own music controls. If you prefer wired headphones, the 2.5mm headphone socket is stereo, and you can also use 3.5mm headphones through an adaptor (third party adaptors are small and very cheap, about 5 to 10 euros from any major electronics shop). There’s an external mono speaker which is very clear and loud, but obviously a single speaker can’t do stereo.The 6120 Classic has a music player compatible with an array of formats (including AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, and WMA), and which can filter tracks by artist, album, playlist, genre or composer. There are customisable equaliser profiles, with five built-in presets. There are also various special effects including Bass Boost, Reverb and Stereo Widening. Playback can be sequential or random, and you can loop playback as well. The sound quality is good, but as with other S60 phones there’s a one second gap between tracks and a one second delay between pressing a button and the music player responding.” Read more about this beautiful smartphone here: