APPS ROUNDUP: Microsoft, Opera, Onebox

Staff writer
24 Nov 2009
00:00

Windows Marketplace runs on WinMo 6.0, 6.1 OS

First launched exclusively to Windows Mobile 6.5-based handsets, Windows Marketplace now supports devices that run on WinMo 6.0 and 6.1. Microsoft will roll out an online marketing campaign to promote the marketplace initiative.

Opera Mobile 10 for Windows Mobile phones ready

Opera Mobile 10 beta for Windows Mobile phones is now available for download, elevating mobile browsing to “a desktop-like experience.” The Opera Mobile 10 beta looks and feels similar to the Opera 10 desktop browser and Opera Mini 5 beta.

Onebox releases Blackberry, iPhone apps

Onebox, a brand of j2 Global Communications, now provides mobile application support for the Blackberry while support for iPhone platforms is due before yearend. Onebox has also added call record, web conferencing and new service plans that will be rolled out through the end of this year.

Cellcrypt expands support for BlackBerry smartphones

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Metatron unit releases eBook reader for iPhone

Metatron subsidiary i-Mobilize has released a new eBook reader application called "iRead" on iTunes. Pending i-Mobilize releases currently under review by Apple include eBooks on health, personal finance, business and entertainment.

Pingo unveils smartphone app for discount international calling

Pingo has unveiled its Pingo EZ Dial, a new smartphone application that delivers automatic access to discount international calling rates. The application is available to users of iPhone, Blackberry, and Treo as well as phones using operating systems such as Nokia Symbian, Windows Mobile and Google Android.

Another 'Star Wars' game premiers on iPhone

THQ Wireless has launched “Star Wars: Trench Run,” a new iPhone game developed by studio Infrared5 in conjunction with Lucasfilm. Players must destroy the Death Star by dogfighting with TIE fighters, navigating through obstacles and laser-fire.

Microsoft releases Office 2010 public beta

Microsoft Hong Kong has made available for free download Office 2010 public beta, which includes new features like the Outlook Social Connector. Microsoft also released the Windows Azure platform, touted to bring to reality the company's vision of cloud services.

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