Smart Educational games just updated for Blackberries to v1.1

Smart Educational games is a pack of games that helps you learn world Geography (States, Counties, Capital Cities), improves your memory, your mental awareness and your calculating speed. Specially designed for both Grown-ups and Kids: The program is suitable for both Grown-ups and kids. A simple button changes the difficulty on all the games at once.
Improve your Geography:
There is a pack of map games for USA, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Center and South America where you must find either States / Countries or the Capital Cities on the map. The faster you do it the better your score will be. Help is available so that you can surly learn all the worlds geography.
Improve your Memory:
A memory game helps you fit your brains memory and by time improve it.
Improve your Mental Awareness:
A puzzle game with many different images helps you use your brain by just playing a very addictive game.
Improve your Calculating Speed:
These may look like simple ‘shoot the ufo’ games but they are very sophisticated educational games which help you calculate faster and faster. You can try addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
* Runs horizontal and vertical.
* Crystal clear graphics with thousands of colours.
* Full screen graphics!
* Difficulty control.
* 5 way navigator support
* Export Hi-Scores to internet
—11/Aug/2008 UPDATE (1.1) —
* Specially designed for Blackberry Bold!
* Blackberry KickStart compartible.” Check it here:

i mate Ultimate 6150 Review

“Almost the entire front is taken by the touch sensitive 2.8” display. It has a resolution of 480 х 640 and supports 65k colors. Since it is not leveled with the front panel surface, and is placed deeper in the body, pressing the areas towards the edges, could be quite uncomfortable. The screen is very sensitive and offers good picture, but it is not usable in direct sunlight. Besides, it gets dirty pretty easy even when you carry it in a case.Over the display are located the video calling camera, the brightness sensor and the LED indicators for the status of the device. The last ones light up in red when you have a missed event (call, message, alarm), in orange when the phone is charging and in green when everything is OK.” Read more here:

Nokia 6650 review at allaboutsymbian!

Nokia 6650

“As with some, but not all, clamshells, there’s a cover display and simple UI, driven by the up-volume key on the 6650’s side and three touch-sensitive areas beneath the cover display. These light up as needed and the UI cycles between a simple clock (disappointingly not full-screen, as on the old Panasonic S60 phones), Camera (for taking self portraits only, as the lens is then facing toward you!), Calendar (just showing you a month grid for ready reckoning purposes, there’s no attempt to show your PIM data), Timer (a simple countdown timer with alarm, for reminding you to take something out of the oven, etc.), Stopwatch (a nice little app with multiple split times shown), Profiles and Music player.” Read more here:

Live video of HTC’s “Dream” Android phone?

“Yeah, it’s not the highest quality video we’ve ever seen, but if you can look past the blurriness and Darth Vader breathing noises you might be pleasantly surprised. Thanks to an eagle-eyed tipster, we’ve some video footage of what might be the HTC Dream. The world’s first Android handset is in fine form here, sporting a slide out QWERTY keyboard in addition to some touchscreen goodness. The Android interface appears to be tweaked a bit from the last time we saw it, with an auto-rotating display and what appears to be a relatively responsive touchscreen. The phone looks good with the keyboard hidden, but when the panel slides out it reveals a Sidekick-esque design that might inspire more than its share of hatred. Then again, this could be some sick jerk playing games with an eager public. What do you think? Is this legit or a sorry excuse for a joke?” via