Frutakia just released for all latest BlackBerry RIM phones!

“From the makers of ‘PaintBall’, a new, fun & extra addicting puzzle game that will also sucks you in and won’t let you go until you’ve wasted all of your time! ‘Frutakia’ uses the ‘casino slots idea’ and turns it into an original & fun puzzle game.• Game Objective:You must make groups of 3 or more same fruits/items at any direction! There are 5 different fruits and 2 different items. ‘Blanks’ can also appear.The ‘bell’ scores more points than the fruits and the ‘super item’ scores the most!• How to play: There are two ways of playing. 1) The first is by moving the fruits up or down (By using the arow keys.) 2) The second way is by clicking on the button ‘Spin All’ (Besides every button there is a number. Push the number on your keypad to push these buttons) which moves the fruits like casino slot machines does.FEATURES:* Supports all latest devices.* 16bit crystal clear graphics!* Full screen graphics!* Frame by frame smooth animation* Speed control * Roller navigator support* Rich Sound effects (Only if device support it)* Vibration in game (Only if device support it)* Export Hi-Scores to internet “Check this great game here:

More Details on the NTT DoCoMo and Google Partnership Emerge

“December of 2007, we have reported on the DoCoMo and Google partnership in the works. More details on the partnership have emerged. According to reports, DoCoMo will be using Google maps for mobiles and will design a new user-interface more user-friendly for exploring Gmail, YouTube, and other Google services. The default search engine will also be Google with keyword-based advertisements present in the search results. DoCoMo has also announced their intention to launch a Google Android phone. Now that’s something to look forward to.” via

Review of GSM/UMTS handset Samsung F490

“It is ironic, but the Samsung F490 along with many impending handsets and previous offerings running this platform is nothing more but Samsung’s reaction to LG’s solutions, specifically the LG Prada. And as far as the Samsung F490 is concerned, its direct competition is the LG KU990, so leave this rivalry with Apple out – these are two totally different phones, with the former having no focus on multimedia, and delivering with its calling features instead. It turns out that the F490 is a feature phone powered by a touch-sensitive display, which unties the maker’s hands in certain ways, which makes for a more fetching device overall.” Read more here:

YouTube Rolls Out Improved Mobile Site!

“YouTube first dipped its toe in the mobile world in November of 2006 with a deal to deliver some video clips through the VCast service of Verizon Wireless. Last year it created a mobile Web site accessible on many Sprint and AT&T phones. But the site only carried a small slice of YouTube content. And it has another subset on the iPhone.Today, the company is unveiling a new mobile service at that it said will carry most of YouTube’s catalog, or tens of millions of videos. The site will also have personalization and community features that it lacked before, so users will be able to log in and subscribe to certain channels or have easy access to their favorite videos. And they’ll be able to upload videos directly from their mobile devices. “The mobile experience will be much closer to the Web experience,” said Hunter Walk, a YouTube product manager. For now, the new site will have no impact on Google’s bottom line, as it will be free of ads. Mr. Walk said the new site is intended to get existing users of YouTube mobile to spend more time on the site and to increase the YouTube mobile audience. “We want more and more people try mobile video for the first time,” he said. Watching videos on mobile phones remains a niche activity. YouTube said its mobile site will be accessible from devices that are capable of streaming video and that run on 3G networks. According to the company, that’s about 100 million devices worldwide, a small fraction of the more than 3 billion cell phones in use around the world. What’s more, many of those devices, especially overseas, run on limited data plans, so watching videos can prove expensive, as YouTube notes on its mobile Web site: “YouTube Mobile is a data intensive application. We highly recommend that you upgrade to an unlimited data plan with your mobile service provider to avoid additional charges.” via