Aristotle Virtuousness Test is out for BlackBerries!

Aristotle “From the makers of the best seller ‘Personality Psychology Pro’ another interesting title about ethics and virtues called ‘Aristotle Virtuousness Test’.This program is a simple 11 step test which determines how much virtuous you are according to Aristotle*. (*It’s the world known Ancient Greek Philosopher, Plato’s student.) This test should be done by someone who knows you very well. (E.g.: Family, partner, friend…) Don’t do it yourself! After the test you will be given a score out of 100. Then you will be given detailed stats of what should be done to correct your flaws according to Aristotle. ” Check it here:

O2 UK announces the Xda Atmos Windows Mobile Smartphone

“Announced by HTC as the S730 back in October last year, O2 UK today unveiled the launch of the O2 Xda Atmos, its version of HTC’s Windows Mobile 6 Standard Smartphone which adds UMTS/HSDPA and a 400 MHz processor for those consumers and business professionals who want high speed connectivity. The O2 Xda Atmos is a compact smartphone phone which features an auto-sliding QWERTY keyboard making it an ideal choice for the mobile professional who needs easy access to E-Mail, messaging and the internet while out of the office. Equipped with Windows Mobile 6 Standard, the Xda Atmos supports quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE and singleband UMTS/HSDPA at 2100 MHz as well as Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and WiFi b/g and features 256 MB of ROM and 64 MB of RAM: The Xda Atmos is now available from O2 UK but currently listed for O2 business customers only.” via

Puretracks Will Launch Consumer Friendly Music Service On BlackBerry

Puretracks, a Toronto-based digital music provider, is launching a music service for BlackBerrys that could help make RIM’s enterprise-focused devices more consumer-friendly. RIM will be under increasing pressure as Apple gears up to launch Microsoft’s ActiveSync on the iPhone, enabling enterprise users to get email, calendar and contacts pushed to the iPhone. Enabling Blackberry devices to do more consumer services may widen the appeal of Blackberry devices, and enable some users to carry just one device for both their work and personal lives. Puretracks is partnered with Universal, Sony BMG, Warner, EMI, and independent labels worldwide. The store will debut in the U.S., but there’s no word on how much the tracks will cost, or if Puretracks will partner with carriers or go direct to consumers. Puretracks, which is building the service with the help of Magnet Mobile Media, will show off the DRM-free service tomorrow at SXSW in Austin before launching at CTIA next month. The music store will be available on the BlackBerry Pearl, the BlackBerry Curve and the 8800 series, which already have music players embedded into the phones.” via

LG Glimmer – touchscreen slider for Alltel

“LG introduced the Glimmer (LG-AX830) for the American Alltel. Built on the same platform as the Shine handsets it belongs to the Black Label series. This slider is equipped with a touchscreen display and designed for CDMA networks. Most likely, LG will introduce a GSM Glimmer at the CTIA event in April.The specs of LG Glimmer: Networks – CDMA EV-DO 800/1900 MHz Display – 2.8” touchscreen 240×400 pixels, 262K colors 2-megapixel camera 128 MB of onboard memory microSD-slot Interface – Bluetooth 1.2 and USB Battery – 800 mAh Talk time – 3.5 hours Standby time – up to 7 days Dimensions – 101.6x52x15 mm Weight – 127 g” via