“Sony Ericsson and Research In Motion (RIM) today announced out-of-the-box availability of BlackBerry Connect software v4.0 on the Sony Ericsson P1i in various countries in the Asia Pacific1 region, including Australia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.BlackBerry Connect will be pre-loaded on the Sony Ericsson P1i and supports push-based wireless email services, including attachment viewing and wireless email synchronization, in conjunction with both BlackBerry Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Internet Service. Additional features supported through BlackBerry Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Connect v4.0 include: Enhanced attachment handling capabilities, enabling users to view images, footnotes and tracked changes; Remote look-up of corporate email address directory; Triple DES or AES wireless encryption; Internet and corporate intranet access via the BlackBerry Mobile Data System (MDS); Wireless device provisioning to allow devices to be activated wirelessly; Remote control of email settings to allow users to wirelessly configure out-of-office replies, email filters, and auto-signatures directly from their device; and Wireless IT policy enforcement and commands. BlackBerry Connect will be pre-loaded on new P1i smartphones and existing Sony Ericsson P1i users can download the BlackBerry Connect v4.0 software from the Sony Ericsson website ” via slashphone.com
Nokia to release its own Sidekick?
“Nokia has got a patent for the mobile device resembling T-Mobile Sidekick. The new device differs in the opening mechanism: you have to revolve the device at 180 degrees, while with the standard Sidekick you just slide the display to reveal the QWERTY-keyboard. It’s unclear whether such design is more convenient or it’s just an attempt to go beyond the patents of Danger, the maker of the original Sidekick. Unfortunately there is no info when Nokia’s Sidekick-like device will come to stores.” via mobile-review.com
SkyeQuiKey For Symbian S60 Review!
“SkyeQuiKey integrates itself seamlessly into the S60 3rd Edition active standby screen and leaps into life only when you use the number/alphabetic keys. As with standard predictive text practice, it scans for all possible matches based on the letters (or numbers) assigned to each key, within your Contacts store, within the application set (i.e. program names) and Web bookmarks.So, in the example above, typing ‘3283’ (spelling out ‘Dave’) brings up an appropriate set of matches, and very quickly too, more or less as fast as you can enter the characters – very impressive. From the matches found, one keypress takes you to the right record in Contacts or you can create a new message or make a voice call directly from the SkyeQuiKey interface.Taking another example above, typing ‘673’ (‘Ope’) instantly finds the Opera Mini web browser in its matches, which is what I was after, with a press on the d-pad launching it. Very slick. ” Read more here: