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Week of April 1, 2007

Galaxy Gate and Retro Detonation now FREE.

Galaxy Gate: a gripping puzzle with a nice graphics and unique gameplay. Here on more than 30 levels the player can test his logic and frustrate the plans of space terrorists. Puzzles are graduated by the level of complexity from simple ones to those which can be solved only by a smart and attentive player.
For more information, files and activation code please go to http://www.inscenic.com/product.php?id=9

Retro Detonation: ultimate classical game with excellent graphics, nice music and easy-to-use controls. You must help Retro to blow up his enemies and go through five unique worlds.
For more information about the game, files and activation code please go to http://www.inscenic.com/product.php?id=8

(Source: Press Release)
Posted Friday, April 6 2007 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.95 Comments ()

Kingston Works/w Partners for microSD T-Mobile Dash Promo

In addition to the new 2GB microSD card with dual adapters (microSD to mini and standard SD) launching today at CTIA, Kingston Technology is working with T-Mobile USA, Inc. along with Handango and QMobility, to provide a content-filled microSD Flash memory card as a special gift with purchase of a new T-Mobile Dash.

Available online and in T-Mobile stores through April, the special cards come pre-loaded with a sampling of entertaining games, useful applications and mobile utilities  provided by Handango, the leading provider of smartphone content. The special card also includes the poker game Aces Texas Hold emŽ - No Limit as well as Fizz Weather 2.3 for Smartphone, which provides forecasts and air travel information.

Kingston is delighted to be working with T-Mobile, along with Handango, HTC and QMobility to create a fun and functional content-packed microSD card for the Dash promotion, says Wendy Lecot, Flash marketing manager, KingstonŽ. Collectively, we are giving the consumer the best out-of-box experience by offering how-to videos, set-up tips, games and other useful applications to help a T-Mobile customer get the most out of his or her new  T-Mobile  Dash.  (Source: Press Release)

Posted Thursday, April 5 2007 by ChrisD
Rating: 3.04 Comments ()

Free Mobile Walking Tours for Pocket PC's

This free mobile application is for anyone who is looking to make the most of their city vacation. Included with this application is a choice of city databases which can be downloaded to a mobile device to direct the user on a set of various city tours.

A set of city databases are available for download and each databases includes a map outlining interesting points to visit along with facts, pictures, statistics and description for each sight.

To make the most of this sightseeing tour, all of the information is stored locally on the mobile device which means that no internet connection is required.

This application can be downloaded from http://www.adventurecitytours.com/maps  (Source: Press Release)

Posted Wednesday, April 4 2007 by ChrisD
Rating: 3 Comments ()

Convenient tool for personal data storing

Paragon Software (SHDD) introduces Handy Safe utility for private information storing and convenient data managing on devices running Windows Mobile for Smartphone.

Handy Safe is especially designed for all kinds of confidential information storing. Now there is no need to keep numerous data in mind or write it down. Passwords, credit cards details, user names, codes, accounts (email, Internet, shopping, bank) and insurance policies will be located in one place on smartphone, so user will have to remember the only Handy Safe password. The information is protected from outsider access by 448-bit data encryption (Blowfish).

Handy Safe application for Windows Mobile Smartphone includes Handy Safe Desktop agent that helps to synchronize the information between PC and smartphone, so user can easily update the data both on PC and smartphone.

Moreover Handy Safe for Windows Mobile Smartphone allows to:

Handy Safe for Windows Mobile Smartphone provides with the most comfortable and simple way to save important data not being afraid of losing or forgetting it.

For more information about Handy Safe please, visit http://smartphone-software.penreader.com/Handy_Safe.html  (Source: Press Release)

Posted Wednesday, April 4 2007 by ChrisD
Rating: 3.04 Comments ()

Banking Goes Mobile

The electronic wallet got one step closer to reality on Monday when Citibank unveiled a cell-phone-based service that lets customers pay bills, check their account balances and transfer funds, regardless of which wireless carrier they use. The free program, Citi Mobile, will be available for customers in Southern California via download this week at Citibank.com and will go nationwide this summer. AT&T, Sprint and Verizon customers can start using the program this week, with other carriers and a Spanish-language version out later this year. "We're changing. Banking is changing," said Citigroup CEO Chuck Prince at the launch event in New York City on Monday morning. "I look forward to the competition trying to keep up with us."   (Source: Anita Hamilton, Time)
Posted Monday, April 2 2007 by ChrisD
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FreeWMThemes.com is finally online.

The website www.freewmthemes.com offers free professionally designed windows mobile themes. The website is updated daily with great themes.

Supported screens include QVGA, VGA and Square in both portrait and landscape orientations.

There are also RSS feeds that you can subscribe to through your browser, My Yahoo or Google to get a list of the latest themes added daily.

Registration is free and will get a free lifetime subscription to event themes for free.

There are pals which will welcome you there and guide you through the website and explain the different screen types of Windows Mobile.   (Source: Press Release)

Posted Sunday, April 1 2007 by ChrisD
Rating: 3.09 Comments ()

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