Sony Ericsson P5 with live photos!

“It looks like the announcement of the highly rumored Sony Ericsson P5, codenamed Paris, is really close, as today several real photos of this baby leaked online – this time they are better quality and you can see more details.
Beside the photos, no additional information about the Sony Ericsson P5 is revealed. The obvious is that the phone has slider form factor, M2 card slot, the proprietary QWERTY keyboard of Sony Ericsson M600, a 5 megapixel camera with lens cover and a secondary videocall camera located at the front panel.
We’ve also spotted a dedicated music key on the right side of the Sony Ericsson P5, which probably is used for the shake control or other accelerometer-based function. Unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be any side scroll wheel on the left side – a control we are used to from previous high-end Sony Ericsson smartphones.
So far from previous leaks we also know that Sony Ericsson P5 is supposed to run on the latest UIQ 3.3 UI for Symbian. Other goodies include the built-in GPS receiver, Wi-Fi, and HSDPA connectivity. Impressive enough, we can’t wait to see it finally announced.” More photos here:

Yahoo! Go 3 Beta for Windows Mobile Released

“Looks like Yahoo Go development is continuing apace with the release of Yahoo Go 3 (Beta). You can grab a download here, but a perusal of the compatible devices list seems to indicate that it’s only compatible with Windows Mobile Standard for now.
New features include:

  • An integrated at-a-glance Yahoo screen
  • Improved Yahoo oneSearch
  • Prettier design and navigation, complete with clouds — because your data is stored, you know, in the Cloud. wink
  • Full-on widget support, with in-app widgets like MySpace and eBay

Interestingly, we haven’t heard mum since Yahoo struck a deal with HTC over a year ago to pre-install the app on HTC devices. Perhaps, like ourselves, HTC was disappointed with Yahoo Go 2, which replaced the awesome Outlook integration with so-so in-app email. We’re downloading Yahoo Go 3.0 now to see if that’s changed, but not expecting it to. Now that the Yahoo Microsoft merger is not going to happen, Yahoo Go 3 is probably going to be your best bet for getting your Yahoo On for the foreseeable future.” via