Palm Pixi Plus Review at brighthand!

Palm Pixi for   Verizon Wireless

“The Pixi Plus is indeed a “pixie” of a phone, very slim and very light – it definitely won’t weigh down your pocket or your bag.
The overall design is pretty minimal; the only things you’ll really notice when you look at the phone are the display and keyboard. The power/wake button is on the top left corner of the device, while the ringer/silent switch, volume buttons, and covered charging port are on the right side.
The back of the phone includes the Palm logo, camera, and one small speaker opening on each side. The device is plastic with a soft finish that is easy to grip and just textured enough to solve the smudgy fingerprint problem that plagues many other phones.

The display is 2.6-inches and runs at 320 x 400 resolution. It’s very bright, even outside. Text, photos, and videos all look nice, with no ghosting or other quality issues to mar the overall experience.
Of course the screen is a bit smaller than what you might see on other, larger devices, but it does seem to be of good quality and with no squinting needed.” Read more here:

Sygic Mobile Maps for Nokia N900 Maemo is available

“The first turn-by-turn voice guided navigation application for Maemo phones has got available for European Nokia N900 users at Sygic web e-shop. With the full set of navigation features, multiple user settings, fast route calculation, user-friendly operation and the latest maps situated on-board of the device, Sygic Mobile Maps turns Nokia N900 into a full-featured personal navigation device, and provides for superb user experience and reliable navigation.” Check it here: