The Final Battle just updated to support Blackberry Bold and KickStart!

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“The Final Battle is one of the best games we ever made.It is a new, huge and funny adventure game which reminds us the old classic ones. The plot is happening at the age of the knights. Your character is a guy which wakes up in a prison cell with amnesia. He doesn’t even know who he is! Your task is to escape from the prison and find out the entire story behind your capture. And of course try to stay alive…
* Blackberry Bold compartible
* Blackberry KickStart compartible
* Game loads 2 times faster
* Game exits 2 times faster ” Check it here:

T9 vs qwerty speed testing at Nokia E71, E90 and N78!

One of the reasons the E71 was so hotly anticipated was because it brought QWERTY back into the Eseries after quite a while, the last Eseries in the same form factor being the E61i. But because of its size, it created doubts in the minds of a lot of people about its real world usability. I have been a Nseries man for a long time and since it still offers no QWERTY, I became really proficient with T9 and never really felt the need for QWERTY. A few months ago I bought my first Eseries device, the E90 and still found myself using T9 on it more than the internal keyboard. It was just too wide for me, however with the E71 that changed. This in my opinion is the best form factor for a QWERTY device and when coupled with predictive text and auto correct, it makes for a deadly combo.This post pits the E90 and a T9 based device, against the E71 and we try and find out which is the best text entry solution.” Read more here:

Samsung INNOV8 Hands on Preview at allaboutsymbian!

“The Samsung Innov8 (i8510), a top of the range S60 handset in a slider form factor, was announced in late July. With an 8 megapixel camera (which gives the phone its name), 16GB of onboard flash memory, 2.8 inch screen, integrated GPS, accelerometer, optical senor and comprehensive software package it is, arguably, the new super-phone – the best specified device currently announced. Nokia’s high end Nseries devices will finally be facing some serious competition; the INNOV8, positioned at the top end of the market with an estimated launch price upwards of 500 Pounds, will be facing off against Nokia high-end Nseries devices such as the N95 8GB and N96.The INNOV8 which we spent time with at one of Samsung’s offices was a pre-production model. While major hardware changes are unlikely, there will be software revisions before the retail release. ” Read more here:

Garmin and Asustek still together despite Nuvifone setback

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“Asus, who are making the Nuvifone for Garmin, remain in a business relationship with the company, despite the Nuvifone being set back from the second half of this year, to the first half of next year. Garmin said this was due to on-going negotiations with network carriers, although it’s speculated that another reason could be Asus’s lack of knowledge, in the touchscreen-area. Again, as has been said before, the longer you delay something, the longer you allow the competition – Apple, with their 3G iPhone, and HTC with their Touch Diamond, in this case, to capitalise on the delay. ” via