Astrology & Horoscope Pro is a professional program which uses astrology to advice you about matchmaking by sign, your 2009 horoscope, detailed zodiac sign analysis and numerology by your birthdate/birthday.
Astrology & Horoscope Pro Features:
1) Run on the newest and the old Windows Mobile phones & Pdas.
2) All resolutions are supported. VGA too.
3) Horizontal resolutions and square resolutions supported.
— Nov/2008 UPDATE —
* 2009 Yearly Horoscopes added.
* 2009 Numerology added.
* Extras added: Birthday analysis.
* Blackberry Storm supported.
* Accelerometer rotations enabled.
* Minor bugs fixed. Check it here:
ASUS has introduced the ASUS P565, a business PDA phone that boasts an 800 MHz processor. Featuring ASUS’ latest touch-driven user interface called Glide UI, the P565 comes with a 2.8″ touchscreen running at a high resolution of 480 x 640 pixels, 3 megapixel camera, built in GPS, WiFi and support HSDPA data connection. The fast processor renders the P565 particularly amenable to multitasking, while Glide enables users to switch between tasks rapidly with their fingertips. The P565 also comes with a potent suite of business-oriented features and software, including push mail, business card recognition and Microsoft Office Mobile. Other useful applications such as Anytime Launcher and Multi-Home enable users to view their calendars, the times of local and visiting cities, weather reports, online news and much more-all with an intuitive tap, slide or flick of their fingers.
The ASUS P565’s battery lid is lined with black synthetic leather, commanding instant respect and attention. The leather contrasts nicely with the P565’s modern, high-gloss face, and lends the phone a natural tactility and evocative appeal that elevates it far above other phones on the market.
- Networks HSDPA 3.6Mbps, UMTS 2100, EDGE/GPRS/GSM 900/1800/1900, Class 10
- Operating System: Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
- Dimensions: 102 mm x 60.5 mm x 16 mm
- Weight: 120 g (with battery)
- Standby Time: 250-300 hrs with 3G and 200-250 hrs with 2G
- Talk Time: 3 hrs with 3G and 4 hrs with 2G
- Display: 2.8″ TFT, 65K-color Touchscreen, VGA (480 x 640 pixels)
- Processor: Marvell TavorP 800 MHz
- Memory: 256 MB Flash + 128 MB DDR SDRAM
- Expansion Slot: MicroSD with SDHC support
- Connectivity: WLAN 802.11b+g , USB v1.1(FS), Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
- Messaging: SMS / MMS / Email / MSN / Push E-mail
- Battery: 1300 mAh Li-Ion
- GPS: SiRF Star III with InstantFix
- Camera: 3 M Pixel Auto Focus (Main)
- 300 K Pixel for Video Telephony (Sub) via slashphone.com
“As far as Nokia’s consumer map goes, this audience is classified as Technology Stylists. In our review on the N78 we pondered over different scenarios for that phone, but each of them required Nokia to cut its price tag a fair bit, so as to make it a more appealing choice in view of the N82’s hegemony. However they haven’t heeded this piece of advice, and effectively, the N79 serves as a replacement not only for the N73, but the N78 too. All in all, this segment has reached the level of saturation when this many offerings simply can’t get along and some will have to withdraw. Luckily for Nokia, the N79 seems to be all the rage these days, for it offers a decent feature pack at an adequate price point. Even without any further price reductions the Nokia N79 has all it takes to secure its place on the shelves of retail stores for a very long while; especially since the Nokia N82 is becoming a thing of the past – while Nokia haven’t depleted its potential just yet, they are definitely about to. Although there is always an option to send the price though the floor, it’s not the best way to keep some handset afloat while maintaining an acceptable profit margin. ” Read more here: