“emTube is an application for Symbian S60 3rd edition phones that allows you to: Search and browse videos on YouTube. Download selected videos onto your phone. Stream FlashVideo files directly from YouTube. Play local FlashVideo files. 30-12-2007: Version 1.0.6 has been released.New: Added French, Turkish, German, Lithuanian, Hungarian and Danish translations.New: Added two new keys in player view: 3 – rewinds video and 4 – mutes audio.New: Added “User defined” option to the max search results, it allows to enter any value from 1 to 999.New: Added “User video” and “Related videos” options to the play view. It is now possible to display list of related/user videos without going back to the search results list.New: Seek bar on full screen now shows how much of the video has been downloaded (using red color).New: emTube now remembers position on the search results list when user finishes watching video and goes back to this list.New: Added muted audio icon. In both normal and full screen mode.Fixed: Several bugfixes that improve application stability.Fixed: Access point selection dialog now shows BT access points, so it should be possible to use emTube if user connects to the internet via GnuBox.Fixed: Audio volume handling, was set to 0 even if there was one bar visible.Fixed: OSD pause indicator was sometimes visible during playback.Fixed: Video titles are not correctly scrolled using marquee effect on search results list.Fixed: emTube is now compatible with rotateMe 2.0″ Check it here:
BlackBerry 9000 series photo surfaces!
“The BlackBerry 9000 series rumours are not going away, after recently getting some Wall Street analyst backing, there is now a spy shot that’s emerged on the BlackBerry forums site.Posted by someone suposedly based in Waterloo, where RIM’s Canadian headquarters are, with only the word “Enjoy” as a comment, this could be the new form factor of handsets due in the first half of 2008. The 9000 series were strongly rumoured to be toting full touchscreen capabilities, as you will see in the pic, this keeps RIM’s now iconic device design but with more curved edges and a splash of aluminium. There’s no way of knowing whether this is a mock-up, early prototype, or even complete fake, but we’ll keep you informed as and when more emerges on the forthcoming smartphones.”via pocket-lint.co.uk
Pink Palm Centro on the Way?
“Rumors of a Pink Palm Centro have been brought up on the SprintUsers forum along with an official looking image. The image shows a pink colored Centro in the same style as some of the official promo images, which were also leaked shortly before the official Centro announcement. While a release date is far from certain at this point, a couple of posters claim to have heard of a January 6th availability date and also an in-store date of Jan 13th from various Sprint retail employees. The Palm Centro is currently exclusively available from Sprint in the US in Onyx Black and Ruby Red. It starts at $99 when purchased with a select data plan and two year service agreement. ” via palminfocenter.com