“DataViz, Inc., a leading provider of Office compatibility solutions today announced the availability of Documents To Go Premium Edition version 11.00 for Palm OS handhelds and smartphones. The award winning and #1 mobile Office suite for Palm OS now supports track changes and other advanced formatting features.
New Features Include:
• View tracked changes in word processing files
• Apply and view Styles in word processing files
• View border and wrapped text in spreadsheets
• Ten starter Templates included for creating Word and Excel files
For nearly 10 years Documents To Go for Palm has been providing customers with the ability to view, edit and create native Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files and attachments instantly on their device. In addition users can view PDF files and edit their Office documents with confidence as DataViz’s acclaimed InTact Technology will ensure that all original file formatting is retained once a file has been edited on their Palm handheld or smartphone and forwarded on.” Check it here:
“Japan’s NTT DoCoMo Inc and South Korean partner KTF Co will jointly develop a smartphone using Google Inc software for launch next year, the Nikkei business daily reported on Wednesday.DoCoMo, Japan’s top mobile phone operator, is part of a global alliance to develop phones based on Google‘s Android platform and has been eyeing a launch in 2009.DoCoMo owns 10 percent of KTF and the two companies have been jointly procuring handsets to cut costs.Smartphones, which combine the capabilities of personal computers and mobile phones, have been gaining popularity in Japan, in part led by the July introduction of Apple Inc’s iPhone.DoCoMo aims to introduce the Google phone at a price about 20 percent lower than existing smartphones, as it will save costs on software development using the Android software, the report said. Google is offering the software for free.The new phone would be the first Google phone to be sold by Japanese and South Korean carriers.A DoCoMo spokesman said the company had not yet decided to launch an Android-based phone next year.Japan’s second-ranked wireless carrier KDDI Corp is also in the Open Handset Alliance that includes Intel Corp, eBay, LG, Motorola, Qualcomm and Samsung.T-Mobile has already rolled out an Android-based phone called G1, made by Taiwan’s HTC Corp, featuring a tough-sensitive screen, a computer-like keyboard, and Wi-Fi connections.DoCoMo shares were up 1.5 percent at 160,400 yen as of 0107 GMT, while KTF shares were down 0.9 percent at 27,700 won. Japan’s Nikkei average was down 1.1 percent.” via tech.yahoo.com
“The LG Incite is yet another smartphone that will compete against the iPhone. The handset will be available soon from AT& T and it will cost as much as the 8GB iPhone. That’s 199 USD with a two year contract.
Here’s what you can expect from the LG Incite:
- Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
- GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz, UMTS 850/1900/2100MHz
- 106.7mm x 55.9mm x 15.2mm (4.2″ x 2.2″ x .6″)
- 3 inch 262k color WQVGA (240×400 pixels) touchscreen TFT
- 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM, microSD card slot
- POP3/IMAP/SMTP” via mobilewhack.com