“By the Tarot reading a person may be able to find answers about his/her hopes and wishes.There are many ways of tarot readings. This program uses The Celtic Cross spread’. The Celtic Cross is probably the oldest and most popular pattern for reading the tarot. It has survived so long because the layout of the cards is simple, but powerful. It uses 78 cards. 22 Major and 56 Lesser Arcana cards of the Rider -Waite Tarot deck. — Features of Best Tarot PRO–• 78 Distinct, large size Tarot cards.• 2 different card explanation ways.’Simple’ & ‘Advanced’.• Can save up to 3 different Profiles.• CAN FIND and explain the card pairs!• Explains the reversed cards.• Advanced algorithm which uses your Name, Surname, Birth time & date.• conclusion report with emotion graphics.–20/December/2007 UPDATE —* Fully compartible with all the latest Windows Mobile 6 Classic and Professional pdas.* Fully compartible with all the latest Windows Mobile 6 Standard Mobile Phones* Motorola Z8 fully compartible* Full support for latest UIQ3 phones (Eg Sony Ericsson & Motorola)* Full support for latest S60 3rd Edition (Eg Nokia & other)* PC version: Square VGA.” Check it here:
Major Chinese handset vendor adopts Linux for 3G phones
“One of China’s largest handset and infrastructure vendors has reportedly adopted a Linux-based mobile phone software stack as part of its standard 3G mobile phone operating system. ZTE will incorporate Trolltech’s Qtopia Phone Edition into its Linux-based “U980″ platform for 3G TD-CDMA phones, according to Trolltech. Zhongxing Telecommunication Equipment (ZTE) was founded by Zhongxing Semiconductor in 1993. In 2006, it boasted nearly 40,000 employees, and annual revenues of about $3.12 billion, up from 20,000 employees and $2.61 billion revenues the year before.In addition to handsets, ZTE sells infrastructure equipment, and in fact bills itself as the fastest-growing telecom equipment manufacturer (TEM) in the world. It recently won a massive contract to build half of state carrier China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA network.”U980” is apparently ZTE’s standard Linux-based operating system to be used on handsets designed for use with China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA network. Phones based on the U980 platform will reportedly be sold through China Mobile, according to Trolltech.The U980 stack is hardly ZTE’s first Linux-based mobile phone OS. In an October survey by VisionMobile, ZTE ranked sixth globally among Linux handset OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), after Motorola, NEC, Panasonic, Samsung, and rival Chinese firm, Haier.Trolltech’s Qtopia Phone Edition (QPE) application platform and user interface stack will serve as the application development framework for ZTE’s Linux-based U980 platform, says Trolltech. Oslo, Norway-based Trolltech previously supplied its QPE stack and tools for ZTE’s e3 (pictured above) and 3700 phones.Stated Luo Zhong Sheng, general manager for TD-SCDMA products at ZTE, “Qtopia offers the advantage of a comprehensive development platform while being very flexible. We hope to leverage both advantages when building our internal TD-SCDMA mobile phone platform, U980.”Other China-related wins for Trolltech’s QPE include the 3G Linux phone from government-owned TEM (telecommunications equipment manufacturer) Datang, and YuHua Teltech’s “Normandy” phone. Trolltech also supplies a subset of QPE, along with development tools to Motorola, whose Motorola Ming reportedly accounted for one percent of all smartphones sold in China last year. ” via linuxdevices.com
Motorola Z8 Ferrari limited edition!
“What do you do when your are way behind your rivals in current mobile phone offerings, constantly loosing your market share, bleeding money and are late with the production of your next flagship (which still is a generation worse in some features then offerings by others) for more then 2 months?I’m talking about Motorola and it’s MOTO Z10 smartphone that was supposed to go on sale last October.Well, you start leaking the details to the press through your branch managers, about what an awesome line-up of phones you have planned for the next year. And then start copying meaningless design/co-branding additions, your rivals did months ago, and add bundles to a year old flagship you have now.In addition to Ferrari colors and logos, MOTO Z8 Ferrari Limited Edition comes bundled with 2 Ferrari videos, pre-registration to the official Ferrari site (www.ferrariworld.com), custom Ferrari wallpapers and ringtones, direct links to to online Magazines like Top Gear, Auto Express, GQ, Esquire and Autosport, and a bundled “The Bourne Identity” movie.I’m sure it will appeal to some diehard Ferrari and MOTO fans, but otherwise it’s just plain old Motorola Z8 RIZR phone.And it won’t even be available for Christmas. MOTO Z8 Ferrari Limited Edition will come on sale through Ferrari Store and major Motorola retailers in Q1, 2008.” via unwiredview.com