Mobile Tech News — New Agendus Version, RoadSync for S60, Tetris Game Pak 2, and More

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New Version of Agendus for Palm OS Released

iambic has just released Agendus for Palm OS 11, a new version of its  personal information manager for Palm OS-based handheld devices.

Features such as icons, to-do hierarchy, and contact relationships can now be synchronized from this application on the handheld to a desktop computer, either through Agendus for Windows Outlook Edition or Agendus for Windows Palm Desktop Edition.

Agendus for Palm OS Professional Edition, Version 11 can be bought from for $39.95. For information on upgrade options, visit the iambic web site.


DataViz’s RoadSync Now Available for S60

DataViz has just announced that RoadSync, its Exchange ActiveSync client, is now available for S60 3rd Edition devices.

Based on the ActiveSync protocol licensed from Microsoft, this application provides secure, wireless, and direct push synchronization with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 for a variety of handhelds and smartphones.

With the addition of this newly supported platform, RoadSync is now available for five of the most popular mobile platforms: S60 3rd Edition, UIQ, Series 80, Palm OS, and Java MIDP 2.0. Support for Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition is also planned for later this year.

Pricing for this application starts at $100 per user, but volume discounts available for five or more users. RoadSync for S60 is available now from the DataViz web site.


Handmark Introducing Tetris Game Pak 2

Handmark has announced that the Tetris Game Pak 2 will be available at retailers June 30. This new version offers new games and significant updates for the Palm OS and Windows Mobile Pocket PC platforms, and is now, for the first time, available for Windows Mobile Smartphone and BlackBerry operating systems.

“Handmark is focused on bringing Tetris Game Pak 2 to more mobile users and platforms than ever before,” said Douglas Edwards, Handmark co-founder and chief marketing officer.

Tetris Game Pak 2 will be a available at most major electronics, computer, and office supply stores in CD ($39.99) and MMC ($49.99) versions. The individual games are also available for purchase from


New Wireless Adapter for ActiveECG

Active Corporation has released a new Bluetooth adapter for their ActiveECG cardiac monitor. For a limited time, this Bluetooth adapter will be offered to new ActiveECG customers for free.

ActiveECG provides diagnostic-quality cardiac monitoring on Palm handheld devices. It offers real-time display and recording of ECG data, and comprehensive cardiac monitoring capabilities which include QRS (heart beat) detection, pacemaker detection, leads-off sensing, active noise suppression and extensive self-testing.

The Bluetooth adapter for this application eliminates the use of varying cables for different devices and ensures that users can continue to use it when they upgrade to new handhelds.

ActiveECG costs $699 and includes the ActiveECG hardware, software for Palm handhelds and smartphones and companion software for the PC, ECG lead wires, battery, test cable, extra cover, one set of ECG electrodes and is covered by a one-year warranty.

The Bluetooth adapter has a price of $200, but, or a limited time, the Bluetooth adapter will be provided for free to new ActiveECG customers.

More information on Active Corporation and ActiveECG is available at this company’s web site.



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