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Week of March 20, 2005

GiveMePower To Participate In Intel Corporation’s Mobilized Solutions Guide: Small Business Edition

PowerCAD® Mobility Solutions Selected For Invitation-Only Marketing To Thousands of Intel Channel Partners and Small Business Users

GiveMePower Corporation (OTCBB: "GMPW"), a provider of next-generation computer-aided design (CAD), digital blueprint management and graphics development software for Windows® mobile, wireless and desktop computing, has been selected on an invitation-only basis to participate in Intel Corporation’s roll out of their new Mobilized Solutions Guide: Small Business Edition. Part of Intel’s Mobilized Software Initiative, the Mobilized Solutions Guide is the industry's most comprehensive comparative guide for mobile solutions, allowing Intel channel partners and their customers to quickly identify, compare and select mobile solutions that meet their business and technical needs. Other key providers to the Mobilized Software Initiative include IBM, Microsoft and SAP.

"We are honored to be invited by Intel to participate in their new Mobilized Solutions Guide for small business," said Bill Walton, president and CEO of GiveMePower. "As defined under the Mobilized Software Initiative, ‘mobilized software’ is "mobilized" when it works regardless of where users are, what devices they use, how they may be connected or whether they are connected at all. Our PowerCAD software solutions do just this, giving millions of prospective users true ‘anytime, anywhere and anyone’ access to billions of AutoCAD-compatible designs, drawings and digital blueprints that are used to construct and manufacture virtually any man-made product or structure."

Showcased alongside Intel in 2004 at two trade conferences, and profiled by Microsoft in a recent enterprise mobility white paper, PowerCAD® mobile, wireless and desktop CAD solutions are gaining popularity as the system of choice for companies looking to increase productivity, improve communications and reduce costs on their projects. Customers range from small and medium size businesses, to major corporate and government enterprises such as AT&T, General Dynamics, Maytag, Penn State University, the United States Postal Service and multiple branches of the U.S. Military. (Source: Press Release)


Posted Friday, March 25 2005 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.85 Comments ()

Arabic and Farsi Localization for Pocket PC 2003/Windows Mobile and Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition

Smart Handheld Devices Division of Paragon Software Group released new redactions of LEng, the localization system for Pocket PC/Windows Mobile based PDAs, that supports Arabic and Farsi on Pocket PC 2003/Windows Mobile and Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition devices.

The light version of localization system LEng for Arabic and Farsi enables the complete support of mentioned national languages on PDAs with Pocket PC 2003/Windows Mobile and Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition:

The possibility of input, editing, saving, transferring to desktop PC or other PDAs and printing of texts containing national symbols;
The support of all regional settings for both languages (in wide range of Arabic countries);
and other necessary functions concerning usage of national languages on determined PDAs.

Worth of mentioning that new Arabic and Farsi redactions of LEng support the specific features of Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition, that is

* High Resolution mode of display;
* Landscape layout of display;
* VGA mode.
More information on Arabic and Farsi redactions of LEng for Pocket PC 2003/Windows Mobile and Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition can be found on:

http://farsi.pocket-pc.penreader.com/Language_Extender_Farsi.html
http://arabic.pocket-pc.penreader.com/Language_Extender_Arabic.html. (Source: Press Release)


Posted Friday, March 25 2005 by ChrisD
Rating: 3.11 Comments ()

Laridian releases PocketBible for Microsoft Windows Mobile-based Smartphones

Award-winning Bible study software now available for handsets

Laridian, Inc., a leading publisher of Bible-related software for mobile devices, today released a version of its PocketBible® software for use with Microsoft Windows Mobile-based Smartphones.

Laridian’s PocketBible has received Pocket PC Magazine’s “Best Bible Software” award for four consecutive years. This new smartphone version adds another convenient way to read, search and study the Bible for today’s mobile consumer. Over a dozen Bible translations are currently available for use with the program, including the best-selling New International Version. Bible translations can be installed to main memory or a storage card. Users can easily switch between translations to compare wording, bookmark their favorite passages, and view cross-references, footnotes and more.

"We’ve had a number of requests for a smartphone version of PocketBible," said Craig Rairdin, president of Laridian. "The Windows Mobile-based Smartphone’s high-resolution screen and ability to multitask makes it ideal for reading the Bible. And the capability of the Windows Mobile smartphone platform allowed us to include the advanced searching techniques that have made our PocketBible program so popular with Windows Mobile-based Pocket PC users.”

“Windows Mobile-based Smartphones are helping redefine the mobile phone experience and extend usage beyond voice and text messaging,” said Julie Wymetalek, manager of the Mobility Partner Advisory Council (MPAC) at Microsoft Corp. “We’re pleased Laridian is expanding PocketBible to Windows Mobile software for Smartphone, providing consumers with a new, unique application option that enables further customization of their Windows Mobile-based devices.”

The PocketBible program is available for US$10.00. Bible translations are sold separately and range in price from free to US$24.99. Bible translations include translator footnotes, cross-references and words of Christ in red where available. All are available for immediate download from the Laridian Web site, www.laridian.com.

Award-winning Bible study software now available for handsets

Laridian, Inc., a leading publisher of Bible-related software for mobile devices, today released a version of its PocketBible® software for use with Microsoft Windows Mobile-based Smartphones.

Laridian’s PocketBible has received Pocket PC Magazine’s “Best Bible Software” award for four consecutive years. This new smartphone version adds another convenient way to read, search and study the Bible for today’s mobile consumer. Over a dozen Bible translations are currently available for use with the program, including the best-selling New International Version. Bible translations can be installed to main memory or a storage card. Users can easily switch between translations to compare wording, bookmark their favorite passages, and view cross-references, footnotes and more.

"We’ve had a number of requests for a smartphone version of PocketBible," said Craig Rairdin, president of Laridian. "The Windows Mobile-based Smartphone’s high-resolution screen and ability to multitask makes it ideal for reading the Bible. And the capability of the Windows Mobile smartphone platform allowed us to include the advanced searching techniques that have made our PocketBible program so popular with Windows Mobile-based Pocket PC users.”

“Windows Mobile-based Smartphones are helping redefine the mobile phone experience and extend usage beyond voice and text messaging,” said Julie Wymetalek, manager of the Mobility Partner Advisory Council (MPAC) at Microsoft Corp. “We’re pleased Laridian is expanding PocketBible to Windows Mobile software for Smartphone, providing consumers with a new, unique application option that enables further customization of their Windows Mobile-based devices.”

The PocketBible program is available for US$10.00. Bible translations are sold separately and range in price from free to US$24.99. Bible translations include translator footnotes, cross-references and words of Christ in red where available. All are available for immediate download from the Laridian Web site, www.laridian.com. (Source: Press Release)


Posted Wednesday, March 23 2005 by ChrisD
Rating: 2 Comments ()

New version of Pocket PC Encrypter/Shredder app released (v2.2b)

A new version (v2.2b) of Airscanner Mobile Encrypter (new point release) is available now. All users (including v2.1b users) are urged to update is it contains several bugfixes and security updates.

INSTALLATION NOTE: You should first decrypt all your data, then back up all your data, and then uninstall the previous version of the encrypter, before installing the new version.

Latest Pocket PC Antivirus update

Pocket PC antivirus users should update their antivirus to the latest definitions (dated March 20, 2005). Smartphone users do not need to update at this time. (Source: Press Release)


Posted Wednesday, March 23 2005 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.83 Comments ()

PhatWare releases CalliGrapher 7.5

Phatware is happy to announce the availability of CalliGrapher 7.5, the award-winning handwriting recognition software for Microsoft Windows-powered Pocket PCs. The new version addresses several compatibility issues and includes significantly enhanced PenCommander - CalliGrapher's scripting utility that allows users to execute applications, insert repetitive text, access application's commands and more by simply writing the command's name. The new version also includes the updated documentation and online help.

For detailed information about CalliGrapher 7.5 and its new features, please visit http://www.phatware.com/calligrapher

CalliGrapher 7.5 is a free upgrade for all registered users of CalliGrapher 7.x. For more information, please review the upgrade policy at http://www.phatware.com/support/upgradeinfo.html. New users can download a 30-day free trial version of CalliGrapher 7.5 from the PhatWare corporate web site at http://www.phatware.com/index-download.html

For pricing information and to purchase the product online please visit http://www.phatware.com/index-buy.html (Source: Press Release)


Posted Monday, March 21 2005 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.5 Comments ()

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