“3 new hot fixes are now available for the HTC Touch Pro, Touch Diamond and Touch Diamond2, which can be downloaded from the HTC support site. The Touch Diamond2 hot fix is specially released for Hong Kong PCCW network users. You will need this hot fix if can’t dial out but can receive calls through the PCCW network when roaming in HK. The hot fixes for Touch Diamond and Touch Pro will improve the GPS capability for better location locking.” via slashphone.com
“Keyboard locking has become one of my must have features lately and I’ve used a number of units where you lock the keyboard by pressing and holding the ‘end call’ button. I have to admit that I quite prefer having the positive feedback of a lock switch. When you slide the button to the right (in the photo above), the button stays there, and the T127 becomes locked. The screen turns off and it will not accept input from any of the keys, except the call pickup button when a call comes in. When you want to re-activate the unit, you slide the button all the way to the left (right, if you’re looking at the screen) and you’re back in business.
Unfortunately, this didn’t always work as it was supposed to. About 30% of the time, the unit refused to turn back on after being locked. I’m not sure if this is related to the installation of Spb Mobile Menu, but quite a few times I wasn’t able to get the screen to turn on, no matter how I played with the Power On button. I eventually had to soft-reset the unit to get things running again.” Read more here:
“FULLY SUPPORTS Symbian S60 5th Edition Touch Screen!
(Nokia 5800, N97, Samsung Omnia HD)
Lost in the Pyramid is a fresh idea that brings back memories from the old, funny adventure games. Your character is an archeologist which discovers a brand new Pyramid. Your task is to enter the Pyramid, explore it, unravel its mysteries and try not to die.
* Fully translated into several languages.
* Hilarious story and humorous dialogs.
* Many rooms to explore.
* Witty puzzles to solve
* Easy point and click game play with interactive inventory.
* Fresh high quality graphics
* Full screen graphics
* Funny interactive scenes
* Automatic save and continue system
* Two different game endings
* Export your Hi-Score online and compare it with everybody.
* Supports virtual mouse pointer ” Check it here”
Today, Ovi Store by Nokia is available globally to an estimated 50 million Nokia device owners across more than 50 Nokia devices including the forthcoming flagship device, the Nokia N97. Customers can visit store.ovi.com through their Nokia device browser to immediately begin downloading, personalizing and making their devices smarter and more fun with applications, games, videos, podcasts, productivity tools, web and location-based services and much more. “Ovi Store is open for business and we’ve stocked the shelves with both local and global content for a broad range of Nokia devices,” said Tero Ojanpera, Executive Vice President, Nokia Services. “Ovi Store makes shopping for content and applications easy and fun for feature phone and smartphone owners alike.”In available countries, customers can update their devices with the Ovi Store mobile application by selecting the Ovi Store icon in the Download! folder on their device. The mobile client is available in English, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish and supports operator billing in Australia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Russia, Singapore, Spain and the United Kingdom. Globally, credit card billing is available through the mobile application and the mobile website. Additional countries, languages, devices and features will be added throughout the year. AT&T plans to make Ovi Store available to its customers in the United States later this year. “AT&T looks forward to introducing Ovi Store for our customers later this year,” said David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets. “AT&T has a reputation for providing the most customer choice of content and applications and offering Ovi Store is in line with that strategy.”