Now that many of us are starting to get our deserved vacations, its great to be able to put these work tools called Smartphones to a different use, like gaming!
So here’s suggestion: EAMobile has a selection of titles that range from classic games to high profile titles like Sims 2 and Spore.
To start having fun now visit EAMobile.
Dasher is an innovative piece of software that allows us to input data easily without the use of the keyboard and by recurring to just one hand.
You can use the finger or the stylus to visually navigate between the letters and numbers collections that are organized alphabetically and logically.
the final result is a very intuitive and easy way to write who’s only back draw is the fact that at the moment it occupies the whole screen.
To download and try Dasher today click here
Source: Loke Uei’s Blog
Gizmodo has had access to the image study of the future Microsoft retail stores created by a company called Lippicot.
Though these are not the official final designs, they sure let us foresee some very interesting and dynamic spaces where people will be able to see most of Microsoft’s products such as Windows 7, Surface, PC’s and Netbooks, and of course Windows Mobile.
A bar will also be available and the stores could be prepared for events such as presentations, training and birthday party’s.
It seems that all preparations are going according to planed and the first stores should open by Fall.
It seems that the iPhone is not yet ready for the business environment due to some security issues that have been reported by Jonathan Zdziarski to wired.com.
According to him, by using some exploits widely divulged around the internet, one could get access to the personal and business information on the iPhone 3GS in a matter of minutes.
What’s interesting about this story is that you can appreciate from the posted videos how simple it is to crack security of the iPhone, when you should expect that any device that features business applications, Exchange sync should comply to industry security standards.
Microsoft has recently announced that Windows Marketplace for Mobile will be available for all Windows Mobile 6xx versions. For devices with 6.0 and 6.1 a download will be available by the of this year.
Therefore developers will be able to reach a wider audience when trying to sell their products.
Here is the timeline:
Application Submission Opens on July 27th: Windows Marketplace will open for application submissions from 29 supported countries July 27.
Windows Mobile 6.0 and 6.1 Support: Windows Marketplace will be available for Windows Mobile 6.0 and 6.1 by the end of 2009 (in addition to Windows Mobile 6.5 at launch in the fall).
Business Center: Windows Marketplace will feature a "Business Center" category for business applications.
Developer Contest: Microsoft will be disclosing the details of a Windows Marketplace developer contest on July 27.
Source: Windows Mobile Blog
Lucasarts is prepping a re-release of the infamous and full of humor adventure “Secret of Monkey Island” with updated graphics (no nothing of that 3D rubbish) that is faithful to the original version.
The game sure looks good and comes with re-mastered audio (songs and voices).
One of the coolest features is the possibility that with the click of a button you can switch to the older version.
It seems that this will be available to several platforms, lets hope that Windows Phone’s get a break at it too!
For more info go the Lucasarts website.
According to the official Windows Mobile portal, the AT&T Samsung Jack will have an upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.5.
Check it out here.