Mobile Tech News — Brain Training Game, Pocket Launcher, New Case Design

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Spb Software House Introduces Brain Training Game

Spb Software House has just released Spb Brain Evolution a new game for Pocket PCs. This was designed to improve the user’s mental awareness, and maintain brain fitness. The game includes ten games and will measure the user’s progress.

The sub-games are Sudoku, Numbers, Qaudronica, Guess Who, Memorica, Encyclopedia, Minesweeper, Matches, Balltracker, and Arithmetics.

More information on Spb Brain Evolution, which sells for $19.95, can be found on the Spb Software House web site.


Conduits Technologies Releases Pocket Launcher 3.0 for Windows Mobile

Conduits Technologies has introduced a new version of its a customizable application launcher. Pocket Launcher 3.0 improves on the device’s built-in program launcher with a tab-based, expandable categorization system.

This application includes a collection of large, icon-based lists of applications that are installed on a device. The list of icon shortcuts and categories is initially taken from the user’s current layout of the Programs screen. It also links a tab to the My Documents folder.

Version 3 improves upon previous releases with better hardware compatibility, integration with the device, and new tabbing features.

Pocket Launcher 3.0 — which works with both Pocket PCs and WM Smartphones — is available for $9.95 from Conduits Technologies’ web site.


Proporta Develops New Case Design

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Proporta’s new Lateral Case was designed to improve on its Alu-Leather case. Like it’s predecessor, it’s made of both Aluminum and Leather, but the new design offers metal on the sides to better protect the device.

It uses a flip-cover design, and allows the cover to be swung around all the way to the back. It also gives access to all ports and controls.

The first Lateral Case version is for the Treo 700 series, but more are planned. The current one sells for $49.95.

To learn more, visit Proporta’s web site.





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