O2 Xda Orbit 2 communicator based on HTC Polaris

Sp3220070418134139“We’ve already mentioned that O2 operator is working on an HTC Polaris version (O2 site has accidentally posted its picture). This time the German operator has announced a product dubbed O2 Xda Orbit 2, which looks this way. The new communicator got the support of TouchFLO interface (finger-oriented input). The operator has scheduled the shipments of O2 Xda Orbit 2 in Germany for early December. The sales package contains a 1-GB storage card with preinstalled TomTom navigation software and the maps of Germany, Austria, Switzerland and main roads of Europe. The communicator will cost a mere €99 on a 2-year service plan.The specs of O2 Xda Orbit 2: Networks – GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz and UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100 MHz OS – Windows Mobile 6 Professional CPU – Qualcomm MSM7200 400 MHz 128 MB RAM and 256 MB ROM microSD-slot Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, WiFi b/g 3-megapixel camera Built-in GPS-receiver” via mobile-review.com

Video Comparison on Windows Mobile and iPhone!

“So much of what needs comparing between these two devices is software experience, so it had to be a video. And it turned into a more general “Windows Mobile vs. iPhone” sort of deal, so we bring you a long (25 minutes, too long for YouTube!) one. So grab a cuppa joe and witness the (low-key) smackdownery. If you don’t have time just now, here’s the short version: iPhone: Absolutely rocks the universe with its media capabilities and its browser. Windows Mobile: Still the king of productivity. …with plenty of “check out this native 3rd party app” cheap shots thrown in at the end.Basically we’re looking at a situation that matches with everybody’s expectations surprisingly well – the Apple product is hip, flashy, and surprisingly easy to use. The Windows product actually lets you, you know, work. Now in the desktop world, I find that the Mac lets me do the work I need to as well (if not better) than Windows. But in the mobile space, well, the cloying commercials fit pretty well.” via wmexperts.com

Pocket Tunes 4.05 Update Released for Palm OS!

Sp3220070418134139“Access millions of songs using Pocket Tunes Deluxe 4.0 along with music subscription services such as Rhapsody To Go, Napster To Go, and Yahoo! Music Unlimited. Pocket Tunes turns your Palm device into a portable audio player! Play music and audio books from your collection, or subscribe to an online music service to gain access to millions of unique songs! With Pocket Tunes Deluxe, you can even listen to Internet radio anywhere that you have wireless Internet access. Note: Read below for compatible devices. Online music store access requires Pocket Tunes Deluxe and a paid subscription to one of many compatible music services. Online music store access is only compatible with some devices; please read the compatibility list below. Listening to Internet radio may incur data usage charges; please check your wireless data plan before using this feature. Features: NEW in 4.0! Internet Radio catalog with hundreds of preset stations. NEW in 4.0! Support for AAC and aacPlus files and streaming audio. NEW in 4.0! Display album art.” Check this great program here: