PDA News – Sony Ercisson P800 Review, ZIOsoft Releases Spawn, bargainPDA.com Slashdotted

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The P800 is supposed to be in the US in March. Until then, enjoy another European review

Jorgen from Infosync has spent a good deal of time with the P800 and provides an extensive review covering all the good and bad.

Originally slated for a launch in the fall of 2002, Sony Ericsson’s P800 has been of the most anticipated connected handhelds for a long, long time. Not only is the P800 the first palm-sized Symbian OS device, it’s also the first to sport a touch-screen, tri-band GSM, use the UIQ platform, and simply come from a company which isn’t Nokia. Sure, its introduction has been delayed a couple of times – but as you’re about to find out, good things come to those who wait. <More…>

ZIOsoft brings another big-name game to the Pocket PC – Enter Spawn

Last time we heard from ZIOsoft, they had made an excellent port of Age of Empires to the Pocket PC platform. Now they’re back with the release of Spawn.

Spawn for StrongARM : Based on the best-selling independent comic book of all time, Spawn for Pocket PC follows the battle of Hellspawn against Angels in a world where good and evil are not as clear-cut as they may seem. Spawn for Pocket PC is your chance to join in the battle that has endured for centuries and threatens to tear apart any hope for a peaceful existence on Earth.

Spawn is available now for trial or purchase for $29.95.

If you visited yesterday you likely noticed poor server performance – thanks to Slashdot

In the tech world, there are not many sites that wield as much power as Slashdot. Yesterday they linked to our Motorola article and brought the server to it’s knees (notice the over 14,000 views). The server held though, albeit with reduced load times. Anyway, thanks to Slashdot for the exposure and thanks for the patience to our readers for any trouble this caused you yesterday.



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