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PhonPhun

by claus1960
Site with free (under GPL licence) Sudoku game for mobile devices like Smartphones, PDAs etc. M-SuDoKu is a free J2me (JAVA) of the popular puzzle game. A version with numbers in Chinese characters (Kanji/Hanzi) is also released: M-Kanji-SuDoKu. Its features include: Colourful user interface | Level choice (Medium or Difficult) | Background image choice | Restart option | Input mode for devices without numpad | Input mode for devices with both joypad and numpad | "Show solution" option (both for the complete grid and for a single 3x3 box only) | "New puzzle" option | Automatic language selection (currently supported: English, Italian, Spanish, German, French) Please visit PhonPhun for more info, license details, source code and new versions!

WAParound-your-stocks.de

by claus1960 (via)
Mobile portal with detailed descriptions of free international financial WAPsites. Categories: Germany, Switzerland, Austria, UK, France - Low Countries, Scandinavia, Southern Europe, America, Asica, Australia - Africa, Currencies - Forex. WAP emulators and browsers. Financial Sudoku with currency symbols (free pdf download). Mobile access via WAP (OTA, over the air): http://wappadoo.de.

WAParound-your-car.de

by claus1960
Mobile Portal with finest selection of free international WAPsites (Asian Philosophy, Castles, Animal Signs, Martial Arts, Nature, Religion). Free mobile wallpapers (. Categories: Traffic news, Weather, Mobile Office, Events, Taxi, Petrol Stations, Shopping, Restaurants & Food, Hotels, Travel, Health, Religion, Schedules (Bus, Trains), Airlines & Airports, Sports - Outdoor, Games & Downloads, Cinema - Movies - TV, News (General), News (WAP, mobile), Dicitionaries, Read & Fun, Science - Learning, Stock Markets, Currencies, huge SEO section, Free Japanese Language Resources (JLPT, Kanji Crossword Puzzles, Online Match Games). WAP browsers & emulators. Mobile Access via WAP (OTA, over the air): http://wappadoo.de)

November 2006

WURFL : fichier XML

by astrochoupe
Définit quels sont les caractéristiques de chaque téléphone mobile pour l'accès au WAP.

Openwave Phone Simulator

by astrochoupe
Openwave® Phone Simulator is a free software development kit that makes creating innovative mobile applications even easier. This flexible and powerful programming tool features the latest versions of the Openwave® Mobile Browser and Openwave® Mobile Messaging Client, as well as documentation and sample code for authoring wireless applications using XHTML/CSS and MMS-SMIL.

October 2006

DealMine.com, What's your deal? Compare prices, discounts, memberships & rewards.

by jackiege
via eHub aggregator of discounts and rewards that matches deals through comparison shopping on the web. On wireless site, discounts and rewards are searchable so that travelers can search the best deal and apply them at the point of sale when checking int

June 2006

the::unwired -

by nomadcom1
where mobility meets wireless

May 2006

Palm Discovery» (re)Inspire. (re)Energize. (re)Explore. (re)Discover your Palm. (re)Discover an amazing device that will dramatically change and enhance your life in ways you’ve never imagined. Embark on a personal journey of discovery and enlightenmen

by maceyr
(re)Inspire. (re)Energize. (re)Explore. (re)Discover your Palm. (re)Discover an amazing device that will dramatically change and enhance your life in ways you’ve never imagined. Embark on a personal journey of discovery and enlightenment with the Palm. Video and software reviews with Flash simulations/demonstrations are ublished every week with a sprinkling of editorials, tips, and tricks throughout the week.

April 2006

TextPayMe

by manic
Send and receive payments from your mobile phone using text messages. Get $5.00 just for signing up.

March 2006

the::unwired - CONCEPT: IXI PMG connects your devices with the GSM/GPRS network

by oseres (via)
CONCEPT: IXI PMG connects your devices with the GSM/GPRS network Posted by Arne Hess - at Wednesday, 12.03.03 - 13:03:00 CET under 5 - Thoughts - Viewed 381x When I was in Cannes some weeks ago, I've joined a presentation by Ixi Mobile about their PMG (Personal Mobile Gateway) which is a pretty fascinating concept, based on Bluetooth. In the center is the Ixi-Connect, which connects on one hand with the GSM/GPRS network and on the other hand with all kind of Bluetooth enabled devices - from a telephone receiver which can be used like a normal cell phone but doesn't include the wireless radio to digital cameras (I even saw a working high-resolution prototype from Sony which connected to the Ixi-Core) to pens, chat boards or whatever is connectable. The chat board below was connected to MSN IM and you could use it for wireless chatting, but also SMS is supported. The pen recorded shot voice notes and send them as E-Mail to any recipient in the world. Right beside the pen you see the Ixi-Connect module which is pretty small and light. A great and pretty useful component are the wireless cameras. You can predefine an E-Mail address, snap a picture and this is sent automatically to the predefined E-Mail address. As I wrote above, this will works even with high-resolution cameras. Today, Samsung announced on CeBIT it's PMG support. Samsung Introduces the World�s First PMG (Personal Mobile Gateway) Phone at CeBIT Samsung Electronics and IXI Mobile to Collaborate on Innovative Mobile Devices CeBIT, Hanover, Germany - March 12, 2003 - Samsung Electronics and IXI Mobile, Inc. today announced that Samsung has incorporated Personal Mobile Gateway (PMG) technology into a new breed of Samsung wireless phones and peripheral devices by licensing IXI software. Samsung will exhibit a PMG Phone as well as other peripherals designed-for-PMG products at CeBIT in Hall 26, Booth 68. The Samsung SGH-X410, the world�s first PMG Phone, is a tri-band GSM/GPRS with 65k colors, Bluetooth and 40 polyphonic ring tones. "Samsung, as a mobile communications trend-setter, offers a wide variety of products designed to be at the center of peoples lives both in their homes and when they are mobile," said Amit Haller, President and CEO of IXI Mobile. "As the inventor and pioneer of the PMG, we are very pleased to be working with Samsung to enable the introduction of new and innovative wireless products that greatly enhance the users� mobile experience." The PMG is the bridge between the mobile and the Personal Area Networks (PAN), combining cellular and short distance wireless with micro-router and micro-server functionalities. It is the point of connection between the wireless network and the new category of affordable and best-of-breed mobile devices. The PMG enables a new set of innovative, optimized Sleek Devices (e.g. watches, pens, phones, messaging terminals, gaming devices, cameras) that deliver a superior experience, while still focused on fashion and budget. Final Conclusion The Ixi concept is a pretty interesting one as as they mentioned to me on 3GSM Congress, it's not a show case only but will become reality. Getting Samsung on board now with handset support might be an important step for them! Overall I was impressed about the options what to connect and best of all, according to the Bluetooth standard, you can connect several devices simultaneously. Cheers ~ Arne Related Links : [More Information] Related Articles No related articles found.

February 2006

3G Porn, Service & Gadget News

by exhibitionist
A blog following the development of 3G porn & adult content

January 2006

Sshhh... One-chip, real-time smartphones are here | The Register

by oseres (via)
the confluence of two trends, each long predicted, but only now deemed ready for prime-time. The first is the consolidation of functionality onto one chip. Most of today's phones (and wireless PDAs too) use two processors to perform much of the donkey work - a baseband processor to handle the radio, such as GSM, CDMA and Wi-Fi, and an application processor to run the operating system, such as Windows Mobile, PalmOS, Symbian OS or Linux. But running everything on one chip, the application processor, allows the manufacturer to make a considerable saving on Bill of Material (BoM) costs. Or alternatively - and this is the route being tak

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