The first software I ever bought for my handheld was Ilium eWallet - it stores information cards in a secure file, synchronises with a desktop, and more. And even after I moved to Windows Mobile years later, this is still the first software I install on any new handheld I get - Pocket PC or Smartphone.
Ilium is now celebrating its 11th anniversary with a week of promotions with prizes including Amazon gift cards, software and more. So check the Ilium Software blog from Monday (2nd June) through Friday (6th June) to find out how to enter.
They are also running a software sale during this period with 55% discount over their regular price. The link will be live on Monday as well.
Enjoy - I have enjoyed for over ten years!
If you don't know yet HP has partnered with 31 websites to give 31 HP HDX notebooks loaded with the ultimate hardware and software. Each site will give one of those beasts away - one a day during 31 days.
Enter our competition now, then follow to the 31 Days of the Dragon website to find out where to go next.
I have just contacted Vodafone and confirmed this is a done deal, which means they will be providing unlocked handsets.
I am sure this will make the consumer in general and some of our users who discussed this on Geekzone in particular a bit happier today.
A great decision Vodafone!
The Cisco Mobility webcast will be on-line from 28th May 1:30pm PDT (click the link for other timezones).
Thanks to our sponsor, listed here again:
Pizza: Telecom New Zealand is paying for the pizza.
Drinks: 3Bit and Sprite Software are sponsoring the drinks.
920 Career Agents are bringing Guitar Hero Legends of Rock 3 (game and guitar controller) for PS3 and Xbox 360 (check their IT Rock Star promo).
iway Computer is giving away an AverTV Hybrid Speedy PCI-e DVB-T card.
Ingram Micro is giving away a wireless laptop mouse and a Habu gaming mouse.
McAfee is giving us a few copies of McAfee 2008 Total Protection.
Quay Corp is giving us a Targus laptop bag to giveaway during the event.
The next event will be the Geekzone Pizza evening in Christchurch. Again, the event is 100% full now, but you can add your name to the waiting list - check the sponsors and prize list for that event. If you are interested in sponsoring the pizza, drinks or some prizes contact me now.
Dates are 8th July (Auckland), 11th July (Wellington) and 15th July (Christchurch).
Visit the competition page now to enter. Due to the size and weight I am making this competition open to New Zealand resident only, sorry.
These Dell printers produce high quality output - I am using one here now and it's very good stuff. Recommended.
To find out more, check our Dell Colour Laser Printer 1320c review or visit the Dell website.
Nokia's next gen N-Gage platform potentially ushers in a new age of high quality connected phone gaming. However, it now seems that there's a rather large flaw at the heart of the platform: if you upgrade to a new phone, you cannot transfer any of your N-Gage games from the old phone. The only way to move your N-Gage library is to buy all your games again.
Nokia's official stated policy is that N-Gage activation codes should only work on the device where they were first activated, because they feel this is an important way to combat digital piracy and ensure that their partners are not losing out on sales.