ClieSource is putting together a petition asking Sony to develop drivers to allow the CompactFlash slot on the NX series and NZ90 to use memory cards.
DataViz has released Passwords Plus, an app that stores personal information such as account numbers and logins on both a PC and a Palm OS handheld or smartphone. Data is kept synchronized between desktop and handheld and both use 128-bit Blowfish encryption. It’s available immediately for $30.
Clickgamer Technologies is close to releasing Pocket C64, which allows users to play Commodore 64 games on a Pocket PC.
RhinoLaunch 1.5 from RhinoCode allows users to add shortcuts to directories on a Pocket PC. RhinoLaunch will then constantly monitor that directory and will add the correct shortcut icons to the Today Screen. As new programs are added or removed from that directory, RhinoLaunch will see the changes and automatically update the shortcuts on the Today Screen. It is $6.
ucp morgen has signed a software licensing contract with Danger Inc. which will enable users of hiptop devices to send, receive, and compose MMS messages.
Soft Pocket Solutions has released EZ-Expense 2.0 for the Pocket PC, which allows business travelers to capture expense information when they occur. It comes with a Pocket PC application, an ActiveSync module, and a desktop database. Data can be automatically entered into a pre-made expense report or an Excel spreadsheet. Version 2.0 has numerous new features. It is $35.
STNE Corporation has changed its name to PDA Specialists. The company offers internal memory upgrades for the Palm V, VII, III, Zire, m105, m125, m130, m500, m505, i705, Handspring Visor, Visor Prism, Visor Edge, Visor Platinum, Visor Neo, Sony T415, N610C, N710C, and N760C. It also offers repairs on almost every model.