“Astrology & Horoscope Pro is a professional program which uses astrology to advice you about matchmaking by sign, your 2008 horoscope, detailed zodiac sign analysis and numerology by your birthdate/birthday.Matchmaker by Sign:The stars can provide much insight about ourselves, including how, when, and with whom we are most likely to fall in love. Of course, astrology is not destiny, so while the one you love may not be a “classic” match for you in astrological terms, that doesn’t mean all is lost. By understanding the universal forces that attract you to your lover, you can learn how to make any relationship work, and better understand your own self in the process.Horoscopes 2008:What’s in the stars for you in 2008? Astrology & Horoscope Pro has the scoop on everything from professional developments to romantic interludes to the general trends of your life! Find out when you should ask for that raise, lift your ban on blind dates or start planning for a visit to faraway lands.Zodiac Signs:Welcome to the fascinating world of astrology and horoscopes! For years, decades and centuries human-kind has turned to the heavens for answers and guidance in their lives! This program area covers all details about your sign as: Love, Health, Likes/Dislikes, Problems/Solutions, Planet ruling, your animal, color of choice, starstone, famous persons with your sign etc.Numerology:Numerology is a key to your inner self. All numbers based on your date of birth reflect influences and events related to the momentum of your life. Think of their effect on your life as similar to the weather and the landscape you travel through — the Path of Your Life. The influences are enormously important. In fact, the most important number in your chart — the Life Path number — is based on your date of birth. And yet, the power of these numbers is felt as almost “external” — most of them affect you only for periods in your life (cycles) or are overcome after you reach a certain age (Challenges). Even your Life Path number is a cycle; it is the longest cycle of your life.” Check it here:
“Getac PS535E is a rugged Windows Mobile Pocket PC with built-in GPS and bluetooth. It also just made it through FCC which means you can expect to see it in store shelves the hands of military personnel pretty soon. PS535 is fully rugged, with MIL-STD 810F and IP54 compliance and vibration & drop-shock resistant. It runs on Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Premium, has a transflective 3.5″ TFT LCD which is visible under direct sunlight, embedded high sensitivity GPS receiver, and even embedded 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth. Other features include the powerful 2400mAh Li-Ion battery, SD card reader, integrated mic and speaker and a mini USB port. As far as standard software you got the Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile, Internet Explorer Mobile, Outlook, and Windows Media Player 10.” via navigadget.com
“In times of inconsistent quality, it’s good to reflect back on devices that have oozed quality, charisma or style, and sometimes even all three. I’m looking here at just devices from the Symbian OS world, by the way, so I’m excluding anything powered by a different OS or by a pre-Symbian OS, such as Psion.And, just to make things interesting, I’m not going to cover them in chronological order, but in order of the power of their design. And I’ll take the ‘Top 10’ in reverse order, building up to the most innovative and significant Symbian OS smartphone EVER.
10. Nokia 9500 (2004)
The 9210 (see below) had been established for a couple of years and the 9500 was the big facelift. Rolling in then-new technologies like Wi-Fi and GPRS made a big difference to connectivity, as did the smaller and more pocketable form factor. To this day there are a lot of hardened 9500 users who wouldn’t swap their Symbian and Series 80-powered Communicator for the world.
9. Sony Ericsson W960i (2007)
This was the first UIQ-powered smartphone for years that made me stop and do a double-take. After numerous models with unconventional key layouts or wierd keypads, the W960 looks gorgeous, has a large flush-fitting and almost fully finger-friendly touch screen, a good and traditional number keypad, plus Wi-Fi, a serious 3 megapixel cam and full 3G data. Oh, and it’s black, which always helps in the style department! Yes, there are a few bugettes, but surely Sony Ericsson is onto them…? ” Read more here:
“Whew!…. hard work and just in time for the weekend (and Bike Week down here in Daytona Florida). As with CE, Windows and OS X. We need feedback on this preview version before we call it final in 2 weeks 3/14. So plsease post any bugs here as we as our tracker as you come across them here: http://coreforge.org/tracker/?func=browse&group_id=15&atid=225 as it will will help make 1.2 the best it can be. So, whats new? Well since our last ‘Beta’ Symbian release, this version has the largest amount of overall changes/additions/fixes. But the biggest thing many ppl will find is the stability. This was a top priority for us with this milestone. On the changelog for v1.2 on symbian, well it features everything listed here: http://coreplayer.com/content/view/23/1/ with about 300+ changes. But here are some of the bullet list items:- Added digital signing for S60 3rd Edition and UIQ v3.- File associations are now active- Added our advanced streaming components UDP/RTP/RTSP/RTCP/SDP/Unicast/Multicast/HTTP Tunneling- Backlight now works- WebBrowser mimetype integration- Added support for 12 languages- Added support for YouTube Mobile via web browser ( http://m.youtube.com ) The native YouTube Mobile interface will be in the next release – Added Google GData Component- Added CoreAVC WMMX optmizations- Added support for special chars- Added Speex and GSM audio codec support” via corecodec.com
“Mitsubishi announced that the company has decided to no longer continue its mobile handset business in Japan in order to strategically shift resources to the communication-related business and other businesses the company plans to strengthen. This decision has been made with a view to further accelerate the company’s growth strategy under the management policy of “making strong businesses stronger.Mitsubishi Electric started supplying car phones in 1983 to Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corp. and since then, the company has been involved in the mobile handset business in Japan, with the recent products supplied to NTT DoCoMo, Inc. (hereafter “NTT DoCoMo.”) It has become difficult these days, however, to expect growth in demands for the already matured domestic mobile phone market, with the increasingly diverse preferences of consumers leading to severe business conditions. Consequently, Mitsubishi Electric’s mobile handset business has recently suffered shipment decreases and it has become extremely difficult to expect improvement in this field. Under these circumstances, Mitsubishi Electric has considered the course of action involving the mobile handset business from every aspect and decided to no longer continue the business. The company will strategically shift its resources to other businesses the company plans to strengthen, thus continuously boosting the company’s business performance and further increasing its corporate value. Mitsubishi Electric will therefore stop launches of newly developed models after the current models supplied to and sold by NTT DoCoMo. Even after the business restructure, however, we will continue after-sales-service as well as the recall of D06 lithium batteries (announced in Japan on Dec. 7, 2006). Meanwhile, Diamondtelecom, Inc., which is a mobile phone sales dealer and a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric, will continue and work to further expand its business. Mitsubishi Electric will also work to maintain and further strengthen the partnership with NTT DoCoMo through the communication related business we aim to expand. ” via businesswire.com