Mobile Tech News — Photo Dialer, Animated Themes, iPhone Cases, and More

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Contact-ing for Windows Mobile Smartphone Released

Birdsoft has introduced Contact-ing for Windows Mobile smartphones. This is a Home Screen photo speed dialer that allows users to quickly contact people. Simply tapping on someone’s photo can open the Contact or immditately dial, email, or visit the web site of the person.

Naturally, it is compatible with photos stored in Pocket Outlook WM5+.

Contact-ing costs $9.95, and a free trial is available. More information can be found on the Birdsoft web site.


Put Animated Themes on a Pocket PC with FlashThemes Player 2007

Netwasp has released a new version of its Windows Mobile animated theme software: FlashThemes Player 2007.  With this release, any screen type on any Pocket PC device (from 2003 up) is supported, portrait, landscape and even square Screens.

Each theme animation scales to fit the screen it’s running on, ensuring the best quality animated themes with no scrollbars. The player even handles hiding the icon tray in WM5.0/6.0.

Included with the player are twelve high-quality themes, and additional themes are available for a fee.

To learn more, or purchase FlashThemes Player 2007 for $14.95, visit the Netwasp web site.


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Line of iPhone Cases Announced has begun taking pre-orders for its iPhone Case Line. At its launch, this is made up of the Copilot and the eNOVO (see picture at right).

The Copilot ($36.95) is a pouch, while the eNOVO ($9.95) is a flip case. Both are made of cowhide leather and come in a variety colors.

For more information or to make a purchase, visit the web site.


Treos Debut Around the World

Palm has launched two of its Treo smartphones in three additional countries.

Claro Nicaragua is now offering the Palm OS-based Treo 680, while the Treo 750 Windows Mobile smartphone is available on the StarHub and SingTel networks in Singapore and the Globe network in the Philippines.

More information on these devices is available on Palm’s web site.




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