you may think big deal… but today there’s great news for anyone with a S60 mobile smartphone (like the Nokia N95) as social.fm has released a mobile client. I just downloaded it and am testing as I write this.. its awesome… social music networking at its best.. simply search for a song, add to my favorites and listen… anytime anywhere.. SCORE! See www.social.fm or you can catch the news over on symbianone – see http://www.symbianone.com/content/view/4943/108/
Archives for October 17, 2007
Sinbad Search as an open beta, it is a free application designed for smart mobile devices to simplify information retrieval. We are hoping to find some people interested in smartphones and smartphone applications to take it for a test drive, give us some feedback and maybe even write a bit about it on the web.
Sinbad Search is for looking up information on the go, it is not just intended as another RSS reader but software for finding information you need using your phone wherever you are. It is built with a simple interface and minimal bandwidth use in mind.
Sinbad Search uses modules to organize its functionality and different modules allow you to search specific information. Examples of modules are a dictionary module for word explanation and Wikipedia for encyclopedic reference. There are currently 80 modules ranging from news, famous blogs, reference to entertainment information such astrology and jokes of the day, of course the list will keep on growing. Sinbad Search is less than 100 kilobytes and needs a data connection since everything is accessed online. It is supported on just about any recent phone with Java and we’ve got a dedicated version for Microsoft’s Windows Mobile platform too. We of course have a lot of phones yet to test, but that’s all part of the beta process.
You can get it from http://www.sinbadsearch.com
or from the mobile version of the website at http://m.sinbadsearch.com
Saved target location for automated exports
File Comments – Add custom comments or copyright to every file created
Atom Name and Link Support
Amazon S3 Storage – Store all of your exported files on S3 automatically
KML 2.2 Schema Support
Additional labeling options
Field Formatting using ArcMap’s built-in support
Custom Time Formats for KML TimeStamps
KML Region Support (Vector, Raster and Vector Data as Raster Tiles)
Extra KML – Add custom KML tags to export (Document and Individual Layers) Many bug fixes
and much more