NewsGator Now Offering RSS Reader for BlackBerry
NewsGator Technologies has launched an RSS reader for RIM’s BlackBerry handhelds and smartphones. This allows users to subscribe to the RSS feeds offered by many web sites — including Brighthand.
NewsGator Go! automatically reformats articles and links to accommodate limited bandwidth and screen size.
It also works with other RSS readers from this company. Articles marked as “read” on a mobile device will show up as “read” on other NewsGator applications, including FeedDemon, NetNewsWire, NewsGator Online and NewsGator Inbox.
In addition, this application allows users to send interesting articles to friends and co-workers via email from their mobile device.
This software sells for $29.95 or $14.95 if bought with any of NewsGator’s desktop readers
More information on NewsGator Go! can be found on its developer’s web site.
SanDisk Launches Premier Line of microSD Cards
SanDisk has introduced SanDisk Mobile Premier, a new line of performance-oriented microSD memory cards aimed specifically at the mobile phone market. These allow consumers to quickly transfer content to and from their mobile phones.
In addition, these cards feature SanDisk’s TrustedFlash technology, which allows wireless carriers to sell premium content that can be downloaded directly to mobile phones, stored on the cards, and played on other TrustedFlash-enabled devices authorized by the network provider.
SanDisk Mobile Premier microSD cards will be offered in 1- and 2-gigabyte capacities, with suggested retail prices of $45 and $70, respectively. The fingernail-size cards, which come with an adapter to fit standard SD card slots, are slated to be available this spring.
BoxWave Releases Cases for T-Mobile Dash and Samsung BlackJack
BoxWave is now offering the Active Case for the T-Mobile Dash. This is made of clear plastic, so users can see their smartphone without having to remove it from the case.
The Active Case is available now for $24.95 from the BoxWave web site.
This same company also recently began offering a Holster Clip for the Samsung BlackJack. This allows the user to attach this smartphone to a belt, and quickly release it with one hand.
It sells for $15.50.