Wednesday´s News Bits
This article contains unofficial information.
- KOffice for the Nokia N900 is a completely free application for opening of Office files. Unfortunately, the program does not allow for content editing, plus it´s not any good at visualizing spreadsheets. (source: Nokia Addict)
- CoPilot Live 8 for Windows Mobile has been updated. The new version improves the overall software functionality and adds an extra feature that gives you the option to enter information on interesting objects and places from CSV and OV2 files. You can purchase CoPilot Live 8 from the website of the developer. (via mobiletech)
- Bartender Pro for the BlackBerry platform gives you the opportunity to shine as a bartender. You just need to provide information on the products you have at hand and the application will help you to whip up pretty decent cocktails indeed. We don´t really believe the program can teach anyone how to toss bottles as a seasoned pro, but at $2.99 the application is well worth the money. (source: PocketBerry)
- Jaybird BAIP adds stereo Bluetooth to your iPhone. The gadget is quite compact and has already passed FCC, so we expect to see it hit the shelves pretty soon. (source: Wireless Goodness)