Hampton Software Releases Palm OS VoIP Client
Despite the lack of new Wi-Fi Palm OS PDAs, developers are releasing VoIP software that works with both W-Fi and non-Wi-Fi enabled devices. Hampton Software Ltd. is the latest, with Articulation.
Supporting the SIP VoIP protocol, Articulation enables Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular-enabled Palm OS PDAs (external microphone needed for some models) to make and receive VoIP phone calls. It also supports echo cancellation, silence suppression, and lookup from the contact's list.
A trial of Articulation can be downloaded from the Hampton Software web site. It can be purchased for $37.94 (which unlocks the 1 minute call duration limit of the trial).
Earthcomber Adds On-demand Maps and Data
The latest release from Earthcomber allows travelers with smartphones and PDAs to wirelessly retrieve free maps and data over-the-air. Other enhancements in the latest release of Earthcomber allow users to pack even more maps and content onto their devices or removable storage cards. In addition, the application's performance has been improved significantly. Earthcomber can now spot hundreds of nearby locations in just a few seconds.
Over 2.5 million locations around the USA are available on Earthcomber. Users can find nearby ATMs, Wi-Fi hotspots, hotels, coffee shops, restaurants, fast food, museums, historical sites, attractions, parks, lakes and trails, gas stations, and more.
In addition, Earthcomber provides the latest movie listings for 5,400 theaters and 30,000 screens. Users can search in their proximity for a specific movie title, or simply look for the closest theatre and then display prices and show times.
The update to Earthcomber supports Windows Mobile and Palm OS PDAs and smartphones and can be found at the Earthcomber web site.
Six New Games from Iambic
The Iambic software store has announced six new games now available from its web site:
SlingPlayer Mobile TV Software Available Free for a Limited Time to New Slingbox Customers
The very popular Slingbox has won a mobile following, and Sling Media is giving a reason for more people to try out this service. For a limited time, customers who buy and register a Slingbox between August 15 and September 16, 2006 will receive a free registration key for either SlingPlayer Mobile for Pocket PC or the just released version for Windows Mobile Smartphone.
The smartphone version is compatible with devices that run Microsoft's Windows Mobile Smartphone Edition 5.0. SlingPlayer Mobile for Pocket PC is compatible with devices that run Windows Mobile Pocket PC 5.0 and 2003 Second Edition. It supports any type of Internet connection on mobile devices, including 3G cellular services such as EV-DO or UMTS, Wi-Fi, USB, or Bluetooth-based connections.
SlingPlayer Mobile is available for $29.95 for those who are already a Slingbox users but have not yet tried the SlingPlayer Mobile. SlingPlayer Mobile for Pocket PC and Windows Smartphone are available today as a free 30-day trial download from Sling Media's web site, www.slingmedia.com/mobile.
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