‘Snake Deluxe’ is based on the ‘Classic Snake game’ that we all know. The game objective is almost the same. You try to eat fruits by controlling the snake’s route. Below the game’s screen you will see all the meters. (Score, Time etc.) There you will see how many fruits are left for eating. Also keep an eye on the time that remains until you eat the next fruit. You can turn the snake by tapping on the screen or by the keys (2=Up, 4=Left, 6=Right, 8=Down). There are some obstacles in every level, so be careful not to crash on them.FEATURES: * 24 Different levels.* 4 Different worlds.* 4 Different Bosses.* Unique map.* Frame by frame smooth animation* QVGA, 240×320 & 320×240 support!* Horizontal resolutions supported 320×240* 16bit crystal clear graphics!* Full screen graphics!* Speed control* Adventure mode for unlocking the map!* Open Gameplay. You choose where to play.* Export Hi-Scores to internet* Roller navigator support* Rich Sound effects (Only if device support it)* Vibration in game (Only if device support it) ” Check it here:
AOL today announced the AOL Open Mobile Platform, which it plans to make available to developers this summer. The new open platform will help stimulate innovation by providing developers with ready access to the tools and source code they need to build and distribute applications across all major mobile device platforms and operating systems including BREW, Java, Linux, RIM, Symbian, and Windows Mobile. As a result, developers will be able to create applications for a wide variety of mobile devices.The AOL Open Mobile Platform is based on proven technology acquired by AOL that has been deployed across more than 150 different handsets on carrier networks in the U.S. The platform will consist of three components: an XML-based, next-generation markup language; an ultra-lightweight mobile device client; and an application server. A dynamic presentation layer will allow for rapid deployment of new features and easy optimization for a wide variety of mobile devices, allowing developers to build and update applications once, and then distribute them across all supported devices and platforms. In addition, it will be possible to integrate applications built using the AOL Open Mobile Platform with third-party APIs, as well as with AOL’s open APIs for AIM, AOL Mail, AOL Video, MapQuest, Userplane, Truveo, Winamp, and others. The AOL Open Mobile Platform will also give developers the ability to monetize their mobile applications by utilizing advertising resources, such as clickable banner ads, provided by AOL’s Platform-A.“The use of mobile services continues to increase at a steady rate and for any developer looking to build applications for this growing space, the AOL Open Mobile Platform couldn’t make it any easier,” said Steve Murphy, Senior Vice President of AOL. “Our new open platform will provide developers with a new breed of tools, including source code, for creating robust mobile services and will encourage product innovation.” “AOL is committed to providing developers around the world with access to our core technologies which give them the ability to build and deliver innovative new products,” said Kevin Conroy, Executive Vice President of AOL. “Mobile is an important example of how we’re opening AOL’s products to the developer community and providing access to new open tools and source code. As more developers leverage our open technologies, we look forward to seeing exciting new products that serve a global audience.”
GSmart, the leading mobile phone brand owned by the Taiwan-based GIGA-BYTE Communications Inc., is proud to showcase its first 3.5G Windows Mobile PDA phones with brand new mobile TV and GPS series at Mobile World Congress (3GSM) in Spain. GSmart will also be introducing revolutionary modularized platforms and exclusive graphic user interface for the first time.Taking the spotlight is MS808, the world’s first 3.5G mobile TV phone supporting DVB-T, DVB-H, T-DMB, ISDB-T, and GPS. MS804 is the only 3.5G sliding phone on display and comes with cap-sensor and digit dial keys. Also on show are ultra slim HSPDA GPS devices, MS800 and MS820. MS820 features the exclusive motion-sensing G-Sensor and graphic user interface. All GSmart phone models launched in 2008 will feature graphic user interface to offer consumers an easy-to-use environment.In addition to the models being showcased, GSmart continues its tradition in bringing new concepts to the industry as it introduces modularized platforms, where all major features including modem (HSDPA, WCDMA, EDGE), TV, GPS/AGPS, and storage become optional. q60 is the first modularized model following by MS800, MS804, MS820, and MS808. Buyers will now have the freedom to choose different feature combinations to target market needs.As the first model in a new product line, MD800 is the world’s first and only 3-in-1 wireless data card with 3.5G and GPS/AGPS, combining Express card, mini USB, PCMCIA interfaces by switching the adapter.Dr. Stanley Jenq, Chief Executive Officer of GIGA-BYTE Communications said, “Following the success of the award winning digital TV PDA phone, GSmart t600, we are leading the industry in delivering Mobile TV. With the new 3.5G TV and GPS series, and our modularized production system, we offer smart technologies that will fulfill the everyday needs of mobile users with speed and unprecedented quality.”GIGA-BYTE Communications proudly takes part in Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from 11th to 14th of February 2008 at Hall 2.1, booth F72 (in Taiwan Pavilion).
“On behalf of the entire Android team, I’m happy to let you know that an updated version of the Android SDK — we’re calling it m5-rc14 — is now available. Today, we’re continuing the early look at the Android SDK that we started back in November by providing updates to the Android APIs and the developer tools based, in part, on the great feedback and suggestions developers have been giving us. We’re excited about the progress that we’ve made and look forward to making additional updates in the future as the platform evolves towards production-readiness.There are a couple of changes in m5-rc14 I’d like to highlight: New user interface – As I mentioned when we introduced the m3 version of the Android SDK, we’re continuing to refine the UI that’s available for Android. m5-rc14 replaces the previous placeholder with a new UI, but as before, work on it is still in-progress. Layout animations – Developers can now create layout animations for their applications using the capabilities introduced in the android.view.animation package. Check out the LayoutAnimation*.java files in the APIDemos sample code for examples of how this works. Geo-coding – android.location.Geocoder enables developers to forward and reverse geo-code (i.e. translate an address into a coordinate and vice-versa), and also search for businesses. New media codecs – The MediaPlayer class has added support for the OGG Vorbis, MIDI, XMF, iMelody, RTTL/RTX, and OTA audio file formats. Updated Eclipse plug-in – A new version of ADT is available and provides improvements to the Android developer experience. In particular, check out the new Android Manifest editor.You can find more information about what’s changed in a couple of documents that we’ve published. First is an overview of the changes to the Android APIs in API Changes Overview. If you want a more granular view of what’s changed, an API diff between m3-rc37 and m5-rc14 is also available. Finally, Upgrading the SDK provides links to the two previously referenced documents and the release notes, as well as instructions on how to upgrade your development environment.” More photos here:
“Panasonic, today announced the release date of the world’s first* 32 Gigabyte (GB) SD High Capacity (SDHC)** Memory Card with Class 6 speed specification. With a global release in April 2008, the new SDHC Memory Card, RP-SDV32GU1K, is perfect for those wanting High Definition content,as it can record up to 12 hours of High Definition video. The new SDHC Memory Card will have a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $699.The newly developed card, featuring a massive 32GB of capacity is ideal for AVCHD High Definition video recording, a growing demand thanks to the recent expansion of High Definition SD Camcorders. When used with Panasonic’s newly released High Definition SD camcorder, the HDC-SD9, the 32GB card can record approximately 12 hours of 1440 x 1080i High Definition video in HE mode, and approximately four hours of 1920 x 1080i full High Definition video in HA mode. With the Class 6 speed specification and maximum data transfer speeds up to 20MB/s, the 32GB card allows users to enjoy superb performance and high-quality recording.” Read more here:
“The phone’s appearance catches the eye extremely easy. If you pull the phone out of the suede bag, included in the box and people around you don’t start asking you questions like “Is this Prada?” or “Is that a new model by Samsung?”, then most likely, you are surrounded by individuals, who have spent the last year in a Buddhist temple. Confusion like that could be explained, by the large display, which when inactive, offers extremely beautiful mirror-like effect. The TFT display has a 240×320 pixel resolution and supports up to 65k colors. Its high contrast, providing good visibility in daylight, as well as the easy to clean surface, leave us with a very good impression. Just over its upper right corner is the video calling camera.” Read more here: