Lost in the Pyramid just updated for Win Mobile Standard (Smartphones)

Pyramid “Lost in the Pyramid is a fresh idea that brings back memories from the old, funny adventure games. Your character is an archeologist which discovers a brand new Pyramid. Your task is to enter the Pyramid, explore it, unravel its mysteries and try not to die. — 14/Apr/2008 Update v1.3 —* New resolution support: 320×320.* Runs on: 400×240* Runs on: 440×240* Minor bugs fixed” Chek it here:

Nec Lui is a Stunning UMPC and On Demand System

“Simply put, NEC will release a full ‘On Demand’ System for personal/home usage with a central server and different clients, which have the shape of a Notebook (a Vaio UX like shape). All clients will not have any OS installed on them, they will remotely access to the server in order to give you access to your Vista OS (Microsoft); from these 2 devices you will be able to also stream any kind of media with a limitation to DRM contents which in some case will not be able to be streamed outside of this network. Outside of the network like at the office or on the go, you will also be able to access any feature of the Lui system, OS, Contents, Video, Music (Except DRM protected ones).You will also be able to access the Lui Server from your TV or any other media system; like, for example, a Video Game console (In the future). Finally, in order to make this work seamlessly, NEC chose the WiMAX as the connection protocol.” More photos here:

Tap into experiences with the Nokia 6212 classic

Nokia today introduced the Nokia 6212 classic featuring integrated Near Field Communication (NFC). The 3G handset allows consumers to conveniently share content, access services and information as well as conduct payments and ticketing with one tap of the device. The Nokia 6212 classic is expected to start shipping in the third quarter of 2008 in select markets in Europe and Asia with an estimated retail price of EUR 200 before taxes and subsidies.”NFC-capable handsets such as the Nokia 6212 classic are set to change the way mobile phone users interact with devices and services in their surroundings,” says Jeremy Belostock, the Head of Near Field Communications, Nokia. “With the Nokia 6212 classic, people can swap items like business cards or calendar notes by simply tapping their handsets together. With ever-increasing device functions and services available, ease-of-use is essential. One way to keep things simple is NFC.”Near Field Communication is designed for intuitive, simple and safe interaction between electronic devices. By tapping an NFC-enabled tag, consumers can receive new content such as weblinks, audio files or contact data directly to their phone. They can activate a profile in their handset or open applications such as FM radio or web browser. Photos and videos can be easily shared by tapping another NFC-capable phone and pairing with a Bluetooth NFC-enabled device, like the new NFC variant of the Nokia BH-210 headset, happens with just one touch. The lightweight Nokia BH-210 with NFC headset allows users to access all functions easily with a single multifunction key. The widely compatible headset can be used with a number of Nokia devices as well as other manufacturers’ phones. The Nokia 6212 classic can also be used as a travel ticket or for mobile payments. Travel tickets can be charged over the air, so there is no need to wait at the service counter. Users can store their credit card information on the device and access their account online directly from the handset. Using the Nokia 6212 classic for payment and ticketing purposes requires a service subscription and the installation of an appropriate secure application. Security for transactions is assured as the handset can be set to allow payment only when the user expressly authorizes the transaction via an additional passcode.The Nokia 6212 classic allows consumers to personalize and edit their own NFC tags, be it for writing calendar entries or setting the alarm clock. The sales pack of the Nokia 6212 classic comes with three sticker tags, one of which opens the NFC introduction in the phone.The slimline Nokia 6212 classic comes with an extensive set of features such as a 2 megapixel camera, bright 2-inch QVGA display, stereo FM radio and music player supporting multiple formats. An optional microSD memory card of up to 4GB provides ample space for personal content such as images and songs.