Mobile Tech News — Real-Time Travel Info, Photo Viewer, Treo 680, and More

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New SplashTravel Pro Offers Real-time Flight, Weather, and Currency Data

SplashData has released a new version of its SplashTravel application for Palm OS. This allows users to access airline schedules, check for flight delays, obtain gate information, view worldwide weather forecasts, and look up the latest exchange rates for major currencies.

Like the standard version, the new SplashTravel Professional helps users create packing lists, check time differences between cities, track expenses, look up area codes, and much more.

SplashTravel Professional is available now on a subscription basis for $6.95 per month or $49.95 per year, and can be found at SplashData’s web site.  A non-subscription version, SplashTravel Standard, includes all features except for the flight and weather data services, and is available for $29.95.

 

Resco Unveils New Version of Photo Viewer

Resco has released a new version of its popular picture application for Pocket PC.

Photo Viewer 2007 offers many new features, including the ability to automatically upload images to flickr.com. This saves memory space without having to delete any captured memories.

More information on this software is available at www.rescophotoviewer.net.

 

Palm Treo 680 Released in Venezuela and Uruguay

Palm is continuing its efforts to make the Treo 680 a global phone with releases in Venezuela on the Digitel network, and Uruguay on the CTI Movil netowrk. Both releases target new users in the rapidly growing smartphone and feature-phone markets.

More information about the Palm Treo 680 smartphone is available at www.palm.com/Treo680.

 

Mobile Email Untethers Sales Team

Mobile email was once a tool just out of reach for small and midsized businesses (SMBs). They knew the capabilities existed, but they were hard pressed to find viable solutions that didn’t come with massive expense and management headaches.

In its stead, some companies were forced to rely on unsophisticated systems that were thrown together out of necessity instead of having a truly viable solution that could be deployed throughout the entire company. More from SearchMobileComputing.com

 

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