Archive for December 21st, 2008

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State of Palm OS Software Sales Analyzed

1229703695.gifTamsPalm has posted an article linking to a couple of interesting stories over at the CreativeAlgorithms company blog. Justine Pratt, from one of the oldest Palm OS software houses still operating, talks about the possible reasons why Palm OS software sales have plummeted in 2008. Justine says that Palm OS sales dropped below sustainable levels at the end of 2007. The sales dropped even below levels in which support is justified, and some developers responded by offering existing titles for free with no support.

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T-Mobile G2 rumours begin to surface

t-mobile-g2 It might be too good to be true, but in fact, the G1 might already be an old deal for T-Mobile, HTC, and Google, therefore, the companies started working on the G2. Only specifications are available, and a mock-up shot. Rumours are said to be “not-confirmed”, so we cannot actually qualify this as a strong possibility. The G2 is said to be in a touch screen-only form factor, and like many competitors, has four buttons. The trackball is going to stay. A 5 megapixel camera will be the upgrade to the current 3.2, while an additional VGA camera will be included, for 3G video calls.

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Sony Ericsson C905 competition

You may have seen our recent review of the Sony Ericsson C905. Having completed the review Orange said to us; "Hey why don’t you run a competition on T&M and allow someone to win the C905?"

So here’s your chance to win an Orange Sony Ericsson C905. This is the Ice Silver model which is exclusive to Orange. The C905 is one of the few phones out there to feature a fantastic 8 megapixel camera!

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Entry is simple. All you have to do is answer the competition question below and then submit your entry using our contact page. We will then choose a winner at random from the correct entries. Please put ‘C905 Competition’ in the message subject and remember to include your email address when entering so that we may contact you if you are the lucky winner. Email addresses will NOT be disclosed to any third party.

The competition question: How much does the Sony Ericsson C905 8 megapixel cameraphone weigh?

Entries only accepted via the feedback form. GOOD LUCK!

EDIT: Competition now closed.

 

Posted by: Matt

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E-Ten Glofiish DX900 Dual SIM in the hands of 4winmobile

image The guys over 4winmobile have got their hands on the latest Eten DX900 Windows Mobile Phone. What’s special about this one is it has two sim card slots that can be used at the same time. This means you can have one phone that has your business sim card and your personal sim card installed and active at the same time. Both lines work together which saves you having to carry around two handsets. The specs are pretty good too, more info after the break.

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Pointui Home 2 preview video

image We are all in favour of software for Windows Mobile that improves the touch experience and keeps the stylus tucked away, well Pointui have just released a preview video of their soon to be available software that does just that. Also in the latest version there are applets and many other new features, we have the video after the break.

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SeeqPod Release the First ‘Playable Search’ Application for Windows Mobile

image SeeqPod Inc., the Playable Search™ company, today unveiled the only application for Windows Mobile devices that allows users to play search results from any Windows Mobile powered device. The application, developed especially for the Windows Mobile operating system, taps an infinite amount of media available in the ‘Cloud,’ making millions of search results, podcasts, Wikipedia content and other playable data throughout the Internet, accessible for a one-time fee, which is currently offered at the introductory rate of $9.95 US.